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Assimilators would learn tennis by reading and

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learn by abstract conceptualization and reflective observation. Assimilators would learn tennis by reading and thinking about it and visualizing the play. Assimilators typically tend to value order, continuity, and expert opinion. They excel in the theoretical. They are rational and logical thinkers—able to reason both deductively and inductively. Assimilators prefer to work alone and may sometimes be overly cautious. This learning style is closely aligned with the Jungian preferences for introversion and intuiting. 5. Develop a working definition of personality in your own words. - Personality development is the development of the organized pattern of behaviors and attitudes that makes a person distinctive. Personality development occurs by the ongoing interaction of temperament , character , and environment. 6. Describe in your own words your primary learning style. - Visual: I learn well when aided by images, pictures, and spatial organization of elements. - Auditory: I learn well when aided by music, sound, rhyme, rhythm, speaking or listening. 7. Identify a left-brain activity that you do well. - The left side of the brain controls the right side of the body. The left side of the brain is also the center for speech, language, verbal memory, hearing, logic, mathematical processes, detail, and planning. 8. Identify a right-brain activity that you do well. - the right side of the brain controls the left side of the body. The right side of the brain is the center for processing nonlinguistic hearing/sounds, visuospatial processing, touch sensations, emotions, relational and conceptual thought, analogous thinking, and creativity.
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