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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Trinity Koch on Sunday October 25, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 101 at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill taught by Jeannie Loeb in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 11 views. For similar materials see GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY in Psychlogy at University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.




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Date Created: 10/25/15
Alex Rhodes PSYC 101 11509 Dr Loeb Chapter 11 7 Personality 1 Personality Traits a Personality Trait i The way that you behave in various situations 1 Ex honest anxious suspicious friendly etc b Distinctiveness i Each person has hisher own unique set of personality traits c Five Basic Traits OCEAN i Openness i Conscientiousness iii Extraversion iv Agreeableness v Neuroticism II Personality Perspectives a Psychoanalytic i Freud 1901 1924 1940 1 Structure of Personality a i Pleasure principle b Ego i Reality principle c Superego i Social standards 2 Levels of Awareness a Conscious b Preconscious c Unconscious i Desires come to the surface b Behavioral i Learning ii Skinner1953 1957 1 Determinism a Behavior is determined by environmental stimuli iii Bandura 1977 1 Observational Learning a Behavior is in uenced by observing others 2 SelfE icacy a One s ability to behave in a way that should lead to an expected outcome 111 c Humanistic i Rogers 1951 19611980 1 Selfconcept a Your mental picture of yourself ii Maslow 1968 1 SelfActualization a Hierarchy of Needs 39 Certain needs are more important than others Satisfaction of lower needs leads to the next level of needs 1 EX Physiological Safety Love etc iii Lower needs are more powerful motivators b SelfActualized person i Understands the hierarchy of needs ii Continued personal growth i39 d Biological i Eysenck1967 1982 1990a 1 Personality is determined by genes 2 Three Basic Traits PEN a Psychoticism b EXtraverionintroversion c Neuroticism 3 Environmental Factors a Same environment will affect certain people differently b Shared environment might vary Cultural Development a Different cultures tend to develop different style of personality i America 1 Independent view of the self ii Asian Cultures 1 Interdependent view of the self Works Cited Loeb Dr Jeannie I quot Short Version Powerpoint Chapel Hill 2009 Weiten Wayne Psvchologv Themes amp Variations Briefer Version Seventh Edition Belmont Thomson Higher Eduction 2008


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