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Chapter 2 P E R S O N A L I T Y. Who am I???. Two Main Factors. HEREDITY Inherited Traits – Genes from your parents Can’t be changed Birth order Gender. Two Main Factors. ENVIRONMENT Acquired Traits – Influenced by : Home/family School/friends/peers Religious Groups/Sports teams

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two main factors
Two Main Factors

HEREDITY

Inherited Traits –

Genes from your parents

Can’t be changed

Birth order

Gender

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Two Main Factors

ENVIRONMENT

Acquired Traits –

Influenced by:

Home/family

School/friends/peers

Religious Groups/Sports teams

MEDIA

8 main types we are made up of a combination of these types
E = Extrovert

Carries it out

Acts

Communicates

(very social)

Outgoing

I = Introvert

Dreams it up

Reflects in advance

Ideates

Tends to stay to self

8 MAIN TYPESWe are made up of a combination of these types…
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S = Sensing Type
  • Practices
  • Gets things into use
  • Forms habits, creates order
  • Applies experience to problems

N = Intuitive Type

          • Develops theory
          • Gets things designed
          • Uses hunches
          • Applies ingenuity to problems
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T = Thinking Type
  • Logical, organizes knowledge
  • Reforms what needs reforming
  • Is creative with impersonal data and things

F = Feeling Type

  • Stresses values, supplies meaning to knowledge
  • Arouses enthusiasm for

reform (change)

  • Is creative with

personal data and things

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J = Judging Type
  • Is methodologival
  • Is a cautious planner
  • Seeks closure
  • Has few inputs

P = Perceptive Type

  • Is procedural
  • Seeks more data
  • Has many inputs
  • Is a fearless adventurer
personality traits of an extrovert
Personality Traits of an Extrovert

* Energetic * Impersonal * Strategic

* Easygoing * Organized * Critical

* Persuasive * Structured * Challenging

* Outgoing * Sociable * Straightforward

* Quick * Thorough * Independent

* Decisive * Verbal * Creative

* Objective * Responsible * Clever

* Efficient * Expressive * Questioning

* Direct * Enthusiastic * Curious

* Practical * Tough * Vivacious

types of jobs for extroverts
Types of Jobs for Extroverts

* Photographers * Medical secretaries

* Religious workers * Marketing personnel

* Scientists * Clergy

* Surgeons * Police/detectives

* Salespeople * Nurses

* Journalists * Retail Sales

* Computer analysts * Hair/cosmetologists

* Managers * Receptionists

* Mortgage brokers * Salespeople

* Actors/entertainers * Lawyers

* Teachers (preschool & coaches) * Consultants

* Rehabilitation counselors * Psychologists

* School administrators * Factory/site supervisors

* Writers, artists, entertainers * Child care workers

* Administrators (computer/education)

personality traits of an introvert
Personality Traits of an Introvert

* Detailed * Factual * Empathetic

* Systematic * Gentle * Logical

* Realistic * Caring * Skeptical

* Steadfast * Sensitive * Precise

* Reliable * Cooperative * Independent

* Conscientious * Understanding * Autonomous

* Patient * Virtuous * Original

* Protective * Creative * Demanding

* Loyal * Curious * Private

* Self-determined * Deep * Visionary

types of jobs for introverts
Types of Jobs for Introverts

* Storekeepers * Admin/managers

* Nurses * Dentists

* Dental assistants * Police/detectives

* Computer sys. Analysts * Scientists

* Bookkeepers * Auditors/accountants

* Chemical engineers * Lawyers

* Mechanics * University teachers

* Clerical supervisors * Social scientists

* Military * Librarians

* Psychiatrists/psychologists * Health technicians

* Writers, artists, editors * Education consultants

* Teachers * Farmers

* Mechanics * Computer programmers

* Social workers * Electric technicians

* Musicians/composers * Engineers

* Clergy * Media specialists

* Artists/entertainers * Physicians

keirsey s 4 temperaments
Keirsey’s 4 Temperaments

Temperament – observable personality traits:

  • Habits of communication
  • Patterns of action
  • Sets of characteristic attitudes, values & talents
  • Includes personal needs
  • Kinds of contributions people make in the workplace
  • Roles people play in society

Basically – What we SAY and what we DO

communication concrete vs abstract
Communication: Concrete vs. Abstract

External, concrete, everyday REALITY:

facts & figures, work & play, home &

family, news, sports, weather, celebrity gossip

WHO_WHAT_WHERE_WHEN_HOW

Internal, abstract world of IDEAS:

theories & conjectures, dreams and philosophies, beliefs and fantasies

WHYs_WHAT-IFs

action utilitarian vs cooperative
Action: Utilitarian vs. Cooperative

Utilitarian – do what gets results, achieves their objectives effectively & efficiently and only after check to see if they are observing rules

Does what WORKS

Cooperative – try to do the right thing, keep w/agreed upon social rules, conventions, codes of conduct and only after see if it was effective

Does what’s RIGHT

the guardians
The Guardians
  • Concrete Cooperators
  • Duties & responsibilities
  • Takes care of things
  • Obey laws
  • Follow rules
  • Respect rights of others
guardians
GUARDIANS
  • Dependable, helpful, hard-working
  • Loyal mates, responsible parents, stabilizing leaders
  • Dutiful, cautious, humble, focused on credentials and traditions
  • Concerned citizens who trust authority, join groups, seek security, prize gratitude, dream of giving out justice
the idealists
The Idealists
  • Abstract Cooperators
  • Hope for & imagine might be possible
  • Act in good conscience
  • Try to reach their goals w/o compromising personal code of ethics
idealists
IDEALISTS
  • Enthusiastic, trust intuition, yearn for romance, seek their true self, prize meaningful relationships, dream of attaining wisdom
  • Loving, kindhearted, authentic
  • Giving, trusting, spiritual, focused on personal journey and human potentials
  • Intense mates, nurturing parents, inspirational leaders
the artisans
The Artisans
  • Concrete Utilitarians
  • What they see in front of them
  • What they can get their hands on
  • Do whatever works
  • Quick, effective payoff
  • Bend the rules
artisans
ARTISANS
  • Fun-loving, optimistic, realistic
  • Unconventional, bold, spontaneous
  • Creative parents, playful mates, troubleshooting leaders
  • Excitable, trust impulses, want a splash, seek stimulation, prize freedom, dream of mastering action skills
the rationals
The Rationals
  • Abstract Utilitarians
  • New problems that intrigue them
  • New solutions they envision
  • Pragmatic - FACTS
  • Act as efficiently as possible
  • Ignore arbitrary rules & conventions
rationals
RATIONALS
  • Skeptical, self-contained, focused on problem-solving
  • Ingenious, independent, strong willed
  • Reasonable mates, individualizing parents, strategic leaders
  • Even-tempered, trust logic, yearn for achievement, seek knowledge, prize technology, dream of understanding how world works