While working on school work from home, I often have a battle with myself about when I should complete my assignments. My id, the dangerous and risk-taking side, tells me to put it off while my superego, the logical side, tells me to complete it.
How Rogers Sees Me
According to Alder, the order in which siblings are born affect their personalities. Above, my siblings and I are arguing over what we are going to watch. The child in the middle, second born, is making peace between the siblings and offering a compromise. This is the description Alder uses to describe the middle child.
How Costa and McCrae See Me
Let's go see what is inside!!
I don't think its such a good idea:(
I cleaned my room hoping that my mother will be proud, even though she remains indifferent. However, I continue to do things in order for her to deem me worthy. Horney would say I am dealing with my mother's distance with compliance.
How Eysenck Sees Me
We should ask new people to ride something with us!
I agree! The more the merrier!
Roger's believed that all people were supposed to reach their fullest potential/self-actualization. In order to achieve my future career goals, since they apply to my overall potential, I will have to perform well in school.
Doing well in school will help me in the future!
One of the five traits that Costa and McCrae use is openness which means someone is open to new experiences. The girl on the left wants to explore while I am hesitant. This would mean that she has a strong sense of openness and I do not.
Eysenck believed that extraversion vs. introversion and stability vs. instability identified personalities well. In the example, we are demonstrating stable extraversion because we are sociable and easygoing.