Personality Reflection Worksheet
1.How would you define personality?
Understanding personality and the different personality traits revolve around the different perspectives and theories of professional researchers. Researchers such as biologist, personality psychologist, scientist, and anthropologist provide evidential detailed test studies on the personalities that make up the unique characteristics of people. The perspectives and theories from these professional researchers include the different detailed researches and scientific studies conducted by such theorist. To better understand personality, we should first define what personality is? We should view personality how professional researchers view personality. Personality is viewed as personality psychology by most researcher, and is observed as the scientific study of the psychological forces that make people uniquely themselves (Friedman & Schustack, 2012, p. 2). 2.What are some key personality features that define you?
Some key featured personality traits discovered as a part of aiding in the development of my character include some of the eight key aspects of personality (Friedman & Schustack, 2012, p. 2). The unconscious aspect, which is described as a not moment-to-moment awareness. For example, many people say I sound like my dad when I discipline my children. When I discipline my children I might say jokingly “I brought you into this world and I’ll take you out”. The ego forces are another aspect personality trait I have. For example, when I play any games and win I have the tendency to brag on my self-accomplishment. The culture aspect also played a role with aiding in the development of my character personality by way of the environment and experiences I encountered as a child. As a child I grow up in a culture and environment where my siblings and, and our peers had to say “yes sir’ and yes ma-am” to our older peer adults. This was believed to be a form of respect to the...
References: Friedman, H. S., & Schustack, M. W. (2012). Personality: Classic Theories and Modern Research, (5th ed.). Retrieved from University of Phoenix eBook.
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