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Introduction - Personality Psychology Levels of Personality...

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Personality Psychology o Levels of Personality Analysis o Gap in the Field o Domains o Personality Research
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Personality Personality is the set of psychological traits and mechanisms within the individual that is organized and relatively enduring and that influences his or her interactions with, and adaptations to, the environment. _______________________________________________________ _______ Three levels of personality analysis: Human Nature Individual and Group Differences Individual Uniqueness
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Human Nature How we are “like all others” Traits and mechanisms of personality that are typical of our species and possessed by nearly everyone. _______________________________________________________ __________________ Characteristics of Human Behavior: People follow leaders who are confident. People seek unity by group action. People react best under pressure of deadlines. People easily lose their sense of identity.
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Individual and Group Differences How we are “like some others” ________________________________________________________ _______ Individual differences refer to ways in which each person is like some other people (e.g., extraverts, sensations-seekers, high self-esteem
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course PSYCH 2316 taught by Professor Michaelrose during the Spring '11 term at Collins.

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