Self Analysis


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This is not easy. Take your time doing it and really think about your answers. I am not looking for quantity, but quality. If done well, you can really gain insight into your own personality!
1) Write a paragraph or two describing your personality. Think about your quirks, oddities, and habits. How would your friends and family describe you? You do NOT have to diagnose yourself with a disorder, but can if you want.
2) Use three theories of personality to explain how you developed your personality. There should be at least one paragraph for each theory. View complete question » Self-Analysis
This is not easy. Take your time doing it and really think about your answers. I am not looking for quantity, but quality. If done well, you can really gain insight into your own personality!
1) Write a paragraph or two describing your personality. Think about your quirks, oddities, and habits. How would your friends and family describe you? You do NOT have to diagnose yourself with a disorder, but can if you want.
2) Use three theories of personality to explain how you developed your personality. There should be at least one paragraph for each theory. Document Preview: Self-Analysis
This is not easy. Take your time doing it and really think about your answers. I am not looking for quantity, but quality. If done well, you can really gain insight into your own personality!
1) Write a paragraph or two describing your personality. Think about your quirks, oddities, and habits. How would your friends and family describe you? You do NOT have to diagnose yourself with a disorder, but can if you want.
2) Use three theories of personality to explain how you developed your personality. There should be at least one paragraph for each theory. BE SPECIFIC AND USE AS MANY CONCEPTS FROM EACH THEORY AS POSSIBLE! Make sure you include the following concepts when applying the theories:
Freud (Psychoanalytic): Id/Ego/Super Ego, psychosexual stages, defense mechanisms
Allport (Trait): Cardinal/Central/Secondary traits/common…, “Big 5”
Rogers & Maslow (Humanistic): Possible, real and perceived, self, congruency, self-actualizing, hierarchy of needs
Bandura (Social-cognitive): Socially learned behaviors, how you evaluated what you saw, and then how you self-regulated (reciprocal determinism), Locus of Control, self-efficacy
Jung (Analytic): Personal unconscious, collective unconscious, shadow, persona, archetypes, anima, animus
Skinner (Behavioral): shaping behavior through conditioning: rewards and punishments, stimulus => response)
3) Now that you understand yourself a little better, let’s see how you can “fix” yourself through the insight, talk therapies. Choose two of the therapies from either behavioral, psychoanalytic, humanistic/person-centered or cognitive to “experience” (do NOT use drug or group therapies). Each therapy should have its own paragraph. Be sure to include the following points in your discussion:
The goal of the therapy and how it applies to you
Techniques that would be used to achieve the goal (e.g. active listening, dream interpretation…)
Application of the techniques used (maybe a short dialogue between the… Attachments: self-analysis….docx View less » Nov 06 2013 03:15 AM

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