Personality. An Introduction Sheldon . Personality. Personality - A unique pattern of consistent feelings, thoughts,and behaviors that originate within the individual. Freudian Classical Psychoanalytic Theory of Personality .
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Oral Stage (birth – 18 months)
Anal Stage (18 months – 3 years)
Phallic Stage (3 – 6 years)
Latency Stage (6 years – puberty)
Genital Stage (puberty – adulthood)
Carl Jung’s Collective Unconscious
Alfred Adler’s Striving for Superiority
Karen Horneyand theNeed for Security
(Luke or Leia)
(Luke and Obi-Wan)
slower to warm up.
Truth adopted by the disciplines of, rather than dishonesty.
Goodness, rather than evil.
Beauty, not ugliness or vulgarity.
Unity, wholeness, and transcendence of opposites, not arbitrariness or forced choices
Aliveness, not deadness or the mechanization of life
Uniqueness, not bland uniformity.
Perfection and necessity, not sloppiness, inconsistency, or accident.
Completion, rather than incompleteness.
Justice and order, not injustice and lawlessness.
Simplicity, not unnecessary complexity.
Richness, not environmental impoverishment.
Effortlessness, not strain.
Playfulness, not grim, humorless, drudgery.
Self-sufficiency, not dependency.
Meaningfulness, rather than senselessness.Traits of Self-Actualized People:
Eysenck argued that these traits are determined by heredity
(no self control)- Impulsecontrol
What do you see?
What do you see?