Alfred Adler was a proponent of birth order theory, stating that depending on when we were born into our family it could affect our personality. Furthermore, My older brother has also tried to "parent" my little brother and I.
Clean your room and do the dishes
How Rodger Sees Me
Rogers believed that every person could achieve their goals, wishes, and desires in life. When, or rather if they did so, self actualization took place. Furthermore, at a Track Meet i can reach my goals, wishes and desires depending on my event and how good I run to reach my Self-Actualization of my event.
I got my PR in the 400
How Horney Sees Me
It's ok Mom, I'm going alone
Horney insisted that the major influence on personality development can be found in child-parent social interaction. An example, is Withdrawal. Withdrawal is the idea of moving away from people. Furthermore, as we age we tend to become more independent and less dependent on our parents. Furthermore, as i grew up i enjoyed doing things on my own and learning from my mistakes.
I can go with you!
How Costa & McCrae Sees Me
I don't understand!
I understand now!
Do not cheat, you will get caught and in trouble.
How Freud Sees Me
Cheat, no one is watching
How Jung Sees Me
Watch out! There's a bus there, watch out!
You are my hero!
The Big 5 is personality trait appear to be inherited/ appear at an early age. These include Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Neuroticism. Furthermore, as we age these traits all tie into each other. As we grow these five traits work hand in hand and give a simple blueprint to understanding others, improving relationships by knowing why people tend to behave the way that they do.
Freud focused on our unconscious thought processes and our emotional responses to childhood experiences as influences on our behavior. for example, ID, EGO and SUPEREGO. Furthermore, if you are cheating on a test, your ID = Devil which is telling you to cheat, meanwhile your SUPEREGO = Angel which is telling you not to cheat.
Jung believed in the collective unconscious which contained a common bank of images/symbols shared by all cultures. Many cultures share certain myths and images such as the mother being a symbol of nurturance; love at first sight, near death experiences. Jung believed that the psyche, or the soul, was driven toward individuation. His psychodynamic psychology revolved around the archetypes within the collective unconscious, as well as the personal unconscious and the ego. Furthermore, someone's savior may be their hero.