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How Freud Sees me
as much as I may want to hit you, I will not because it is not the right thing to do.
How Adler Sees me
I am a middle child so I spend my life attempting to overcome how I was treated within my familial walls.
How the Eysencks See me
I prefer to be alone because my autonomic nervous system does not require much stimulation
Sigmund Freud developed the psychoanalytic personality theory. Freud's theory says that a persons personality arises from the conflict between impulses and restraint, or id and superego.
How Jung sees me
I am hunting this creature because I am a male and it was common for men to hunt a while back.
Alfred Adler believed that childhood and birth order directly affected an individual's personality. He stated that behaviors were driven by a want to overcome childhood inferiority complexes.
How Rogers sees me
I would be a better person if I didn't get bullied as a child.
Hans and Sybil Eysenck believed that personalities are able to be interpreted by certain behavioral factors. They believed these factors were genetically influenced.
How Costa and MaCrae see me
I am a very sociable, extroverted person, which can help show what my personality is like,
Carl Jung created the theory that our unconscious is comprised of a plethora of images, or archetypes, derived from our species' universal experiences.
Carl Rogers believed that humans were basically good, unless they are impacted by their environment in a negative way.
Paul Costa and Robert McCrae believed that there were 5 traits common to each person. The more toned to you are to various traits can reflect your personality.