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A persons unique pattern of thinking, emotions and behavior
Personality
Characteristics imply that the person has been evaluated
Character
Hereditary aspects of personality
Temperament
Your ideas, perceptions, and feelings about who you are
Self-Concept
How you evaluate yourself based on appraisal of strengths and weaknesses
Self Esteem
Typical of your behavior
Traits
Personality consist of
Traits stable and consistent qualities
Common traits shared by most members
Individual traits a persons unique qualities
Groups of traits that occured together Core of the individual personality
Source traits
Cattells 16 traits
Reserved
outgoing
abstract thinking
concrete thinking
affected by feelings
Submissive
Serious
Shy
Expedient
Tough minded
bold
sensitive
Suspcious
dominant
Where does our personality come from
Enviroment and xperience help to shape who we are but we also inherit certain types of things
Psycholantic Theory
ID SUPEREGO EGO ANXIETY
Levels of Awareness
Unconcious
Concious
Preconcious
Freuds theory of personality development
Oral Stage birth to age 1
Anal Stage age 1-3
Sensual Pleasure from expelling & withholding feces
conflict with toilet training
PHallic Stage 3 to 6
pleasure from touching genitals
attraction to parent of opp sex
Latency Period 5/6 to puberty
Quiet time where psycosexual development is dormant
sex instinct is repressed
Genital Stage Puberty onward
unresolved conflicts arise
culminates in full adult sexuality
Reaches capacity for love