psy250 | undergraduate
Psychology Of Personality
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- Differentiate between the psychoanalytic-social personality theories.
- Describe the psychoanalytic-social perspective of personality.
- Identify the components of psychoanalytic-social personality theories.
The Trait Perspective
- Identify the components of trait and biological personality theories.
- Contrast the 16 Factor and Big Five Factor theories of personality.
- Describe the influence of genetics on personality development.
The Behavioral Perspective
- Explain personality formation from the behavioral perspective.
- Identify the major components of behavioral personality theories
- Identify the major components of social-cognitive learning theories.
The Humanistic Perspective
- Explain personality development from a humanistic perspective.
- Describe the main components of the person-centered theory of personality.
- 5.3 Describe the role of Maslowâs hierarchy of needs in personality.
Introduction to Personality and the Psychoanalytic Perspective
- Describe personality.
- Describe the psychoanalytic perspective of personality.
- Identify the main components of psychoanalytic theories.
- Differentiate between the psychoanalytic theories.
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