Personality Reflection Essay

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    As I approached to take the personality test I was not sure what my result would be, but the type it gave me which is ENTJ Extraverted iNtuitive Thinking Judging. The information that I received from has made me think on how I work in a group setting. This is not who I am at all. I am a very well planned and organized person, I like to know what the plan is, and what the outcome may be so I can prepare myself. I do NOT work well in an unorganized environment. I am a flexible person to a certain…

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    completing the lectures and learning about the different theorist’s perspectives in Personality Psychology. There are many perspectives and personal assessments to reflect on and different interpretations on why people may act the way they do. Overall, my perspective of others has change because there is a better understanding now of why people act the way they do. Essentially, it could be a factor of a personality disorder. A major part of Rotter theory is the internal locus, where what happens…

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    In an article written by Alan Kingstone, Chris Friesen, and Michael Gazzaniga they are discussing a study about gaze reflection and reflexive joint attention. They used two similar people to conduct multiple experiments to test out their hypothesis. In the article, Reflexive Joint Attention Depends on Lateralized Cortical Connections, their hypothesis was that the reflexive attention in response to gaze direction correlates with the hemisphere specialized for processing faces. The people used…

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    Mentoria Robinson Psy102 June 04, 2017 Dissociative Identity Sickness/problem Dissociative identity sickness or DID is defined as "The result of a showing the ability to create interesting new things defense that a young child use to deal with extreme serious physical or emotional harm" (Hawkins D., 2004). One mind doctor defined DID as it started in the time when a person is a child and its effectiveness to deal with a troubled home or surroundings. (Ross C. A., 1997) It is harmful due…

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    Infj Personality Analysis

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    My personality type is INFJ. Even though some people see an introvert as being weak; I see it as a strength. Many of my good attributes are as a result of me being an introvert. For example, one of my most valuable qualities are understanding, thoughtful, considerate, and companionate. The Myers Briggs test defines me as a INFJ. An INFJ individual is said to be insightful, compassionate, and idealistic. At the same time their vison about the world and their intuition makes them very…

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    High in the mountains of Wyoming after the Civil War, a bounty hunter and his prisoner are trapped in a cabin with six others after a blizzard prevents them from reaching town. In the beginning of the film, the eight people all have certain perceptions of one another, as the film progresses the perceptions rapidly change and the film ends with everyone's true intentions revealed. The film starts with a famous bounty hunter, John Ruth, transporting his prisoner ,Daisy Domergue, to the town of…

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    chosen to utilize in my professional career and personal development are as follow: 1. Golden Personality Type Profiler (GPTP) (both) 2. Myers- Briggs(MBTI) (career) 3. My Thinking Style (MTS) (personal) 4. Self Directed Search- SDS (career) 5. Workplace Personality Inventory II(WPI-II) (personal) One of five assessments I plan to use for professional and personal growth development is the Golden Personality Type Profiler. This assessment allows individuals to develop a deeper understanding…

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    In “The Angel Esmeralda”. The author Don DeLillo talks about how people want to experience what we as a person haven’t personally experience. For example, in page 85 when the European tourists came to the Bronx, Gracie’s neighborhood they began looking at the streets as if it was a museum because they are not used to of being a street where the houses are not well maintained, broken cars parked on the street and homeless people laying down on the sidewalks. In my opinion everyone relates to this…

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    The Rorschach

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    was first introduced as a monograph entitled “Psychodiagnostic” by Hermann Rorschach. Originally produced to serve as a diagnostic tool for Schizophrenia, its purposes faced much controversy and it was soon designated to be projective measure of personality rather than to diagnose. Its strengths and weaknesses caused numerous studies on its reliability and validity, doubts about its purpose, and new techniques to be developed including other inkblot tests. However, whether accepted or…

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    Habitat for Humanity seeks to put God’s love into action they also bring people together by building homes, communities, and hope. They have 5 mission principles which are to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ, focus on shelter, advocate for affordable housing, and promote dignity and hope and to support sustainable and transformational development. With these five principles they have accomplished and changed lives of many individuals over the years. Segment the University Segmenting is the…

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