16 Personality Factors

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  • Computing Professionals: How To Be A Professional In Computing Field

    Thinking or Feeling, and Judging or Perceiving. Based on the MBTI type, you can found out what group or environment would you fit best or worst in. You can also understand other personalities which can you get along better with them when you are paired up with them. Because of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Test I know my personality type. I am an ENFP (Extravert, Intuitive, Feeling, Perceiving) type. The best group I could group with is a group that throw out new ideas and possibilities. That…

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  • Personality Assessment: The Myers Briggs Test

    When I take a personality test, they were never accurate until now. The Myers Briggs test was right on point for my assessment, actually I never thought of the reason why I am quick to think before I react, or be so “cold” when it came down to decision making. I always thought I was someone who wouldn’t attract people to me but, from this test it opened my eyes that I do attract more people to me before I even talked to them. Sometimes when I need to get a point across I use accurate data, or…

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  • Employer Personality

    and personality to find the best candidates. Employers tend to weigh heavily on qualifications and skill, however personality seems to be the deciding factor for most. The dictionary defines personality as a collection of emotional and behavioral traits that characterize a person ability to interact with society. That is, your personality is how you present yourself to the world. It is how others see you (Wallington Par 2). It is important to understand the variety of different personalities;…

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  • Carl Jung's Complex Analysis

    (Jung, 1973). To state briefly, individual unconsciousness is the storage within the mind that accumulates memories that are unnoticed today. Forgotten experiences, especially ones form childhood, are not lost. Instead they form a base of human personality. Among the forgotten experiences, consternation becomes a complex which can cause pain and suffering (Matton, 1999). That is why the negative complexes are likely to be settled as the shadow, the unpleasant dark side, in people’s mind. That is…

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  • Introvert Characteristics

    There are different types of being introvert but they share certain traits in common. When you say introvert, what does it mean? It doesn't mean you hate people. Of course not. You just prefer being on your own. You are just happier when you are alone. You enjoy activities and hobbies that don't have to involve other people. You like reading books, browsing the internet, playing games in your phone or computer, daydreaming and analyzing events and thoughts, and talking to yourself. In…

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  • Emerging Adulthood: A Case Study

    Bidirectional Socialization in Sibling Relationships in Young Adulthood Emerging adulthood is an important time in the lives of many individuals. Bi-directionality between siblings impacts the nature of young adulthood. I interviewed a pair of 19-year-old twin sisters. They are freshmen students at the University of Missouri and were born and raised in Iowa. Neither of the siblings are currently employed. They grew up in a two-parent heterosexual household and do not have other siblings. One of…

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  • Summary: Theories Of Motivation

    Motivation, as the energy necessary to take any assignment and follow it through successfully, is a byproduct of a fully functioning person who is open to experience, lives existentially (in a fluid way, in basically a congruent continual state), and is capable of establishing empathic relations with other human beings (Rogers, 1963, 1977). When empathy is absent from one’s life, and when there are no signs of relationships of unconditional positive regard, then there should be reason to believe…

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  • Gemma's Transition: A Case Study

    differentiating social situation to my own, along with the methods used to carry out the interview. Lastly appropriate and relevant theory will also be applied in relation to Gemma’s experience including a different perspective on this transition and critical factors on the particular…

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  • Identity In Oedipus The King

    Identification is the process known as finding oneself, or discovering the things that make up a persons personality or self. Ones origins, past present and future are the determining factors of becoming who one is. Two Known stories that use the process of exploring their inner self, through out the their stories are, Oedipus the King, as well as Dante’s story Inferno Canto . Both stories show a great depiction that portrays the effort of finding oneself. As Oedipus yearns to search for…

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  • Self Discovery Model

    by putting their personalities in one of the four quadrants in the Johari windows model, namely – 1. Open area - People with personalities in this area are assumed to be very extrovert and they themselves as well as others know a lot about them and their strengths and weaknesses. 2. Blind area - In this area, the personalities are such that others know many things about the subject person even the things that they themselves don’t know about them. 3. Hidden area – Personalities in this area…

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