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Unformatted text preview: 1-personality-tells what a person will do in a given situation
-2-R = f(S.P)-a-R-the nature and magnitude of person’s bhv. response
-b-R is a function (f) of stim situation in which person is placed (S)
-c-P-the nature of person’s personality
C-Nature vs. Nurture
-1-nature most imp.
D-Econetic Model-framework tat integrates env. Situations with characteristics of the person in an attempt
to understand that person
E-Factor Analysis-statistical procedure for determining # and nature of factors underlying large numbers
-1-states that responses intercorrelate (vary together) & can be used to define separate
-a-ID’s set of items with common denominator
-2-factor-hypothetical construct that is applied to a set of data and suggests what it is measuring
-a-primary factors-relatively pure and narrow in scope
-b-secondary factors-superset of primary factors (related distinct data)
-3-loadings-correlations of items with a given factor II. Basic Concepts
A-Traits-permanent entity that does not chance, & are either inborn or develop during life and direct bhv.
-a-subsidiation-idea that some psycho entities are classified in broader structures
-b-unique trait-so specific to individual
-1-Second Order traits
B-Intelligence III. Evaluation
-1-16 Personality Factors (16 PF)
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- Walden Two