How People See Me
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How Freud Sees Me
I want to play video games all day.
I'm going to become a computer scientist!
I should be a functioning member of society
How Adler Sees Me
She beat me in the clarinet audition! I'm going to practice 40 hours a day to beat her!
How Horney Sees Me
Why are you sitting in your room all day?
No one loved me as a kid, so now I'm eternally afraid to meet people...
Freud incorporated a system of energies into his psychoanalytic theory that included the id, ego, and superego. Id represents desires, superego represents moral principles, and ego balances the two.
How Rogers Sees Me
Adler believed that people's behaviors and personalities were formed by a struggle against an inferiority complex.
How Costa & McCrae See Me
There's a 5 point test tomorrow! Time to study for 10 hours!
Horney theorized that people's behaviors and personalities were influenced by the amount of love they received. The resulting behaviors include compliance, aggression, and withdrawal.
How Bandura Sees Me
I like math because I'm part of the math team because I like math.
Rogers developed a humanistic theory of personality that states we have an innate motivation to become our ideal self. He emphasized empathy, genuineness, and acceptance.
You're Korean, but I guess you can speak Japanese if you want to...
Costa & McCrae developed the Big Five traits as a way to fundamentally describe human behavior. The traits are openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism.
Bandura believed in reciprocal determinism, the idea that personal factors, behavior, and the environment influence and reinforce each other.