This job examines why personality measures are used at work. It also considers which instruments might be used. Do you think it is possible to accurately measure personality? Why or why not?
Genetic vs. environment, conscious vs. unconscious , free will vs. determinism according to Psychoanalytic Neo-Freudian Trait Biological Humanistic Behavioral/Social Cognitive
I explain the following areas: ***Please explain the impact of genetic and environmental factors on the development of personality. ***How might learning, parental, and development factors each contribute to the development of self-efficacy (the tendency to work toward self-actualization)? ***In your opinion, what is
Complete the following objective personality test at: http://similarminds.com/jung_word.html. Select gender, select "don't know" for MBTI · Complete the following projective personality test at: http://uk.tickle.com/test/inkblot/p1.html. · Answer the following questions in a minimum of 50 words each: o Which of the
Explain the significance of compassionate and motivated personality traits. How do major personality theorists explain an individuals success with these personality traits? Include two references.
How might personality testing be misused? How might it be most constructive? Do you believe it is possible to measure personality accurately?
Select two standard personality assessments used in business and industry. Keep in mind that these need to be actual, reputable personality assessments which have data to support their use, such as the Myers-Briggs tool. Provide examples to support your answer.
Using Charles Darwin, discuss this figure by: - Researching the background of his life and identifying the forces which have impacted his life. - Distinguish between the influences of heredity and environment on his psychological development. - How could have parenting practices and/or social support systems optimized his de
Life span changes, development through stages of aging
This posting helps to prepare an argument that one theorist had the greatest impact on the field of personality theory.
This posting offers help to pose an argument that one theorist (Harry Stack Sullivan) had the greatest impact on the field of personality theory.
This posting offers help with this area: Describe a significant period of transition in your life. How can different theoretical perspectives be applied to understanding your responses during and following this period (choose 2 different perspectives} Which model helps you best understand this period in your life?
These inquiries are examined: What are the concepts of locus of control and self-efficacy? And how do these two factors influence people's expectations and actions?
Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of the various measures of personality measurement: the interview, observation, and objective and projective tests.
This posting offers notes about creating a personality profile of a (known) superior business leader. It Incorporates into the profile various personality traits that make the figure a good business leader. It also discusses the significance of each trait and how the major theorists would explain this individual's success.
This posting discusses personality traits of well-known business leaders in terms of personality theories.
This posting fully identifies prominent global business leaders, lists five personality traits, and connects them to personality theories of psychology. Resources are also noted.
1) What are criterion validity and construct validity? Give an example of each for a test of Language (Word) Skills. 2) The researcher who created the "Math Skills" test noted in his manual that scores on this test, when it was taken in High School, correlated .6 to .8 with university Math grades. What was he trying to establis
A. Competitive Achievement Striving B. Aggressiveness and Hostility
I'm writing a paper on Donald Trump and need information on how his Type A personality has helped him become the successful business man he is today.
A) personality tests versus ability tests b) personality traits c) emperical criterion keying d) advantages of forced choice format e) response style or response set f) factor analysis g) objective self-report methods of personality assessment versus projective methods, their advantages and disadvantages h) word associati
How would you describe Trumps personality with examples using these 5 traits. 1. practical, 2. analytical, 3. competitive, 4. persuasive, 5. creative
This job highlights personality traits about Trump.
Designer personalities are possessed by people who are creative, and have the talent or skill of being innovative. According to the big five personality theory, people who are creative have personality qualities which are helpful in making something new, they take the initiative to create new things. Designer personality is
Define the behavioral, neo-analytic, and humanistic personalities. Explain relations between personality and culture. Which theory accounts for cultural influences on personality best? Worst? Example: Neo-Analytic perspective -- (BEST) I do not think that as it was originally designed to be culturally sensitive. Biolo
List and define the five traits included in the Big Five theory of personality. What are the limitations of this approach?
Explain the three major components of the trait aspect. How does it compare and contrast to psychoanalytical personality?
Explain the three major components of the psychoanalytical aspect. How does it compare and contrast to personality traits?
Personality theory and contemporary research debate on the impact of nature vs. nurture on personality
What is the current assessment on the nature vs. nurture debate, in the study of personality theory?
1. Could you explain the U-shaped relationship found between stages of family life cycle and spouses' marital satisfaction. 2. Do you know why socio-linguist Deborah Tannen characterizes mixed-gender communication as a clash of two "cultures." 3. Please explain the age-related changed in intelligence as measured by IQ test
Please explain how a person might explain poor performance on a on a text by using each of the four combinations internal/external and stable/unstable attributions. Please Distinguish between prejudice and discrimination, and if you could me an example of each to better understand. Could you please explain why the reciproc
1. What are the key concepts of personality? 2. Compare and contrast Abraham Maslow's and Carl Rogers humanistic theories of personality.