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    Question 1 1. Extension of the Sense of Self‚ that is‚ involvement and participation. This sense of authentic participation applies to work‚ family‚ leisure and all aspects of life. • Monica maintains the house • She babysits for her friends whilst at work whenever necessary. • She is willing to cook or bake something for her friend in the occasion of a party. • She takes care of the needs of her children • She also takes her family out to the amusement park for leisure. 2. Warm Relating

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    Gordon Allport- theory review PSY201 Boitumelo Chantelle Mangope   Introduction Gordon Allport was truly a phenomenal personality theorist who explained what a personality is and he bent most of the rules that were set out by other theorists including the father of personality himself‚ Sigmund Freud and in addition to that‚ he considered Freud’s theory of personality as the worst theory of all time. The Life of Gordon Allport Gordon Allport was the first American-born personality theorist and

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    of the many different notions of personality offered by theologians‚ philosophers‚ poets‚ sociologists‚ and psychologists‚ and concluded that an adequate synthesis of existing definitions might be expressed in the phrase "what a man really is" ? Allport defines personality as the “the dynamic organization within the individual of those psychophysical systems that determine his unique adjustments to the environment.” Dynamic Organization--an active‚ integrative‚ developmental process—changing while

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    PHOTOGRAPHER Gordon Parks once explained the complications of his birth this way: "I was born dead." Gordon was his mother’s 15th child. His survival as a newborn was miraculous. The doctor gave him up for dead‚ but an assistant asked if he could try his hand at getting the child to breathe. The family collected all the ice they could find and surrounded the newborn with an ice bath. Voila! Instant life. Every day after that was a gift. From his first breath Gordon Parks broke all

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    AllportGordon Gordon Willard Allport (November 11‚ 1897 - October 9‚ 1967) was an American psychologist‚ who played a major role in shaping the fields of personality psychology and social psychology. A long time and influential member of the faculty at Harvard University‚ he had wide-ranging interests in eidetic imagery‚ religion‚ social attitudes‚ rumor‚ and radio. His basic works include Pattern and Growth in Personality and his most influential book‚ The Nature of Prejudice. Allport proposed

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    Gordon Allport (1897 – 1967) was the first psychologist to give thought to the uniqueness of the human personality. He developed his ‘trait’ theory as a means to describe an image of personality rather than to try and understand its development. Allport was seen as a humanist due to his radical views of individuality‚ which conflicted with the beliefs of the more conservative behaviorists’ and psychoanalysts of the time. He originally studied philosophy at Harvard University and later returned to

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    Gordon Ramsey Gordon Ramsay was born on November 8‚ 1966 in Stratford‚ England. His dream was to become a soccer star. At the age of 15‚ the talented Ramsay joined the Glasgow Rangers‚ a pro club. His time with the team spanned three years until 1985‚ when a knee injury prematurely ended his career.he went back to school to study Hotel Management. When he was 16 he moved out‚ his father was abusive and an alcoholic. Gordon Ramsay has had a few run ins with the law once was for driving under the

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    Gordon Ramsay Gordon Ramsay is a British chef. He was born on November 8th 1966. Ramsay is most famous for his television show Hell’s Kitchen. Gordon Ramsay was brought up in Stratford upon-Avon‚ England. When Gordon was younger he had high hopes on being a professional football player. After a few serious injuries he finally decided it was time to settle in and focus on his culinary education. At age 19 he enrolled at North Oxfordshire Technical College to study Hotel Management. After graduating

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    Ramsey branded the celebrity chefs a ‘bunch of whingers’ and complained to the press that most of the stars ‘hadn’t done a day’s work in their lives’ Gordon also enjoyed huge success in America with the television show Hell’s Kitchen USA. The American public loved him and in 2006‚ he took the Ramsay empire to America where he opened Gordon Ramsay at the London in New York. The same year saw him gain further recognition with an OBE "for services to the hospitality industry" as well as receive

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    “The secret is to make sure the business is running to Perfection‚ with or without me” —Gordon Ramsay Gordon Ramsay‚ famous UK celebrity chef‚ born on November 8th‚ 1966 in Scotland and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon‚ Warwickshire. Ramsay had played soccer all through his early life in high school. He endured many occupational injuries during his football career which led to knee injury. Ramsay enrolled at North Oxfordshire Technical College to study courses in Hotel Management when he was

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