Learning Objective PGATCOON20161234 Describe how the Sixteen Personality Factor

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Learning Objective PGAT_COON_2016_12.3.4 – Describe how the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16 PF) can be used to measure source traits and produce a trait profile of a person. o The sixteen personality factors or 16PF psychometric test assesses various primary personality traits in order to provide feedback about an individual's disposition, traditionally used by psychologists in a clinical or research setting and more recently by recruitment consultants and prospective employers Learning Objective PGAT_COON_2016_12.3.5 – Discuss the five-factor model of personality by identifying the characteristics of people who score high or low on each of the five dimensions; describe the advantages and disadvantages of being high or low on these dimensions, including the problem of maladaptive perfectionism; and explain how these Big Five traits are related to different brain systems and chemicals and how they can be used to predict future behavior. o The five -factor model of personality (FFM) is a set of five broad trait dimensions or domains, often referred to as the “Big Five ”: Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism (sometimes named by its polar opposite, Emotional Stability), and Openness to Experience (sometimes named Intellect) Gateway Question 12.4: How do psychodynamic theories explain personality?Learning Objective PGAT_COON_2016_12.4.1 – Discuss the psychodynamic theories, including their emphasis on unconscious forces and conflicts within the personality and what they share in common with the trait theories; and describe the best-known psychodynamic approach, which grew out of the work of Sigmund Freud and is called psychoanalytic theory.
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(Add 1,000 or more words beyond question word count of 1,820) Learning Objective PGAT_COON_2016_12.4.2 – Discuss, in detail, Freud’s three mental structures of personality: the id, ego, and superego; explain the pleasure and reality principles; list and describe the two parts of the superego; and identify examples of the rolesplayed by each structure in guiding behavior.
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