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Psych Chp 13

Define personality
Explain the differences between the ID, EGO and superego in Freud’s theory of personality.
Be able to describe the 5 stages in Freud’s personality (psychodynamic) theory
What are the basic differences between trait, humanistic and psychodynamic theories of personality.
What are the basic parts of Rogers theory of personality?
Pick one of the trait theories covered in class . Study it in some detail. You must be able to name it correctly, explain how it works, and how it is different to other personality theories
Explain how heredity (genetics ) and environment work together in explaining personality
What is the Myer Briggs personality model and how many dimensions does it use?
Explain how the Holland, Self-Directed Search (SDS) inventory can be used to work out a broad personality type and then match it with a career.
Explain what a projective test is and be able to accurately name at least one test in full.
Give one advantage and one limitation of both projective tests and personality inventories.
The specific requirements and ethics involved in administering personality tests.
Created by: Monique Mair
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