Objective Personality Tests are traced historically.
Using social learning theory... -how personality changes throughout life from this theory's perspective. -What type of specialized training might counselors need to address the clinical needs of elderly clients? - What specific clinical skill sets may be needed?
Describe objective personality tests and explain their use in psychological testing.
A description of a situation in your specialty area (or work setting) in which you might need to modify an existing test of either cognitive ability or personality (e.g., Wechsler, MMPI), and an explanation of how you would modify it. List references.
-How does Freud's theory apply to the construct of self-esteem? - What would the Freudian perspective postulate about people with low self-esteem? - How would this perspective describe low self-esteem in the words of its own theoretical model? Also, Use the Cai et al. article, "Self-Esteem and Culture: Differences in
A significant and enduring aspect of Freud's theory is defense mechanisms. Using Cramer's article, "Defense Mechanisms in Psychology Today...." -Explain how defense mechanisms relate to anxiety. -What is one primitive and immature defense mechanism and one mature defense mechanism -Describe each of these mechani
Personality assessment can utilize objective (structured) or projective techniques. Can you Explain how these techniques are different and why results from both types of tests may provide a richer set of data. How could this data apply in the counseling setting?
In the matrix, be sure to analyze how Jenny in the film Forrest Gump demonstrates the five components of her personality from the perspective of Psychodynamic theory and trait-theory. 1. Structure: The basic units or building blocks of personality. 2. Process: The dynamic aspects of personality, including motives. 3. Growth
I am writing an analysis on humanistic theory and existential theory. Maslow established humanistic theory and May develop existential theory. If you could provide an in depth of both theories on the highlights of the following such as compare and contrast and address the following; â?¢ Describe the role of personality in a
Contemporary issue: cult behavior - provide a research based explanation from a personality perspective
contemporary issue: cult behavior Think about how to explain the issue you selected from a personality perspective. Provide research-based explanation from a personality perspective for Cult Behavior. Please provide references
Personality testing in the workplace, which ones are most effective? Why?
Rogers' theory. Based on Roger's theory, expereinces that make people feel unworthy aids in blocking self-concept, and self-actualization.
The problem is focused on Rogers' ideas about self actualization and the fully functioning person. Specific human behaviors that contriubte to a lack of self-concept is discussed. How the person may or may not realize self-actualization involves a negative perception of the self. Thus, Rogers's view of personality development su
According to your text, what is the major difference between personality inventories and attitude and interest inventories? Explain this in your own words. What do you believe are the major implications of this difference? Think of a situation in which you would use a personality test. Think of another situation where you wou
Compare and contrast objective personality tests and subjective personality tests, describe at least three differences. What do you believe is the single most important difference between the two? List two examples where you believe a subjective test would be more beneficial than an objective test. Why?
I would like some assistance with describing the major approaches that have been used to develop objective personality tests. Please provide references.
Please help describe the psychological theories of behaviorism and humanism. Compare and contrast them in relationship to: Basic or underlying assumptions Deterministic versus free will Awareness of self
How does Skinner's theory influence one's role in society?
How was personality viewed historically as opposed to today's views?
Examine the theories of personality covered in the readings. Choose two and analyze the strengths and limitations of the theories. Compare and contrast them in relationship to: - Basic or underlying assumptions - Deterministic versus free will - Awareness of self (e.g., conscious versus unconscious motives for behavior)
Should Passive-Aggressive Personality Disorder be considered an Axis II disorder (presently it is only in the Appendix section in DSM awaiting further study?)
Should Passive-Aggressive Personality Disorder be considered an Axis II disorder (presently it is only in the Appendix section in DSM awaiting further study)?
How can the systemic cultural influences affect your personality development?
This solution focuses on the gender differences in the development of personality disorders, and more specifically, focuses on antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), more prevalent in males, and borderline personality disorder (BPD), more prevalent in females. As many other disorders, personality disorder development is charact
How can your occupational choice and your gender influence your personality characteristics?
o Define personality. o Examine theoretical approaches in studying personality. o Analyze factors that may influence an individual's personality development.
Please help with the following psychology programs. How do following factors influence the development of personality in individuals: Personal, Societal, and Cultural
If you could cut and paste three constructs from three different personality theories and develop your own theory of personality, what would that theory look like? Explain why you selected the three particular constructs for your theory. Indicate how well the constructs identified by your peer fit together. Provide one Web s
How different are the personality theories, really? Might they all be integrated into one theoretical framework? Or, did they seem to differ fundamentally perhaps because they differed in the aspects of personality that they were trying to explain?
Imagine that you are attending the World Conference on Psychotherapy in Las Vegas, Nevada. You have been selected as Graduate Student of the Year and asked to moderate a discussion between four theorists Sigmund Freud, Carl Rogers, Albert Bandura, and Albert Ellis. You have the opportunity to ask each panel member the following
The Pervin, Cervone, and John text discusses research on the brain systems involved in higher-level psychological functions, such as self-concept and moral judgment. Consider how much we can learn about such psychological functions by studying the brain. Answer the following questions in your study group *Because we know that
The demonstrated retest reliability, of regularly occurring Rorschach variables that have interpretive significance for trait dimensions of personality, has important implications for the instrument's intercoder agreement and its validity as well.
The substantial stability coefficients shown by most Rorschach variables could not have been achieved without good agreement among the persons who coded the protocols used in the retest studies.