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    Trait Theory described, Personality disorder

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    Explain the Trait Theory using (Allport, Eysenck, Cattell ideal use list below and explain each:

    1.Key Concepts of Personality Formation

    2.Explanation of Personality Disorder

    3.Validity

    4.Comprehensiveness

    5.Applicability

    6.Cultural Utility

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    Explain the Trait Theory using (Allport, Eysenck, Cattell ideal use list below and explain each:

    1.Key Concepts of Personality Formation: Personality formation has may factors, including biological, social, personal life experiences and a combination of all three.

    2.Explanation of Personality Disorder: The term, Personality disorder can be defined as an atypical habit or behavioral aspect of one's personality, which makes it socially and personally hard and abnormal for the person to exist while presenting the personality disorder such as phobias or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

    3.Validity: Trait theory is considered moderately valid since its main focus is primary or cardinal, central and secondary traits, all of which have some ...

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