July 2nd, 2013
University of Phoenix
In life everyone has different think and behaviors usually do to how a person is raised during childhood, what they have seen during childhood, or it is inherited through genes that are passed on to them. I chose two people for my final paper, they happen to be a husband and wife, their names are Lela and Jerry Hyles, they have been married for ten years they have no children together but they have many step children, Lela is 40 and Jerry is 58, the wife is about eighteen years younger than her husband, They are both currently unemployed they are disabled to work. These people are my parents Lela is my mother and jerry is my step father but if I have to choose one I would rather speak to the wife instead of the husband because I have more contact with her than him the wife is not only my mother but she is my best friend. I made the decision of choosing both a male and female for my interview because men and women think a little differently in some situations, which I thought, might shed a little light on the difference between the two genders and their thinking.
1.) Does the interviewee prefer studying in a library, or at home where there are background noises and some distractions?
2.) Has the person you are interviewing taken the Myers Briggs test? Report the results.
3.) Does the interviewee think these results are accurate? Why or Why not?
4.) Which experience does this person think contributed most in the development of his or her personality?
5.) Does this person feel that he or she is self-monitoring in regards to his or her attitudes? How or how not?
6.) What does the interviewee feel was the strongest influence on his or her attitude?
7.) What role does your interviewee think a person’s race, gender, or ethnicity play when forming that person’s personality and attitudes?
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