Unit 10 Assessment
Updated: 2/23/2021
Unit 10 Assessment

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  • How Bandura Sees Me
  • Hey! Want to come to my party?
  • I can't hang out, I'm busy!
  • How Horney Sees Me
  • I'm so glad I chose to hang out with you.
  • You make me feel special and loved!
  • How Costa & McCrae See Me
  • Then
  • Your toy is so cool! Can I play with you?
  • Do you want to take a selfie with me?
  • Do I know her?
  • Now
  • One of Bandura's ideas about personality is individualism, which is where one prioritizes their own goals.
  • How Adler Sees Me
  • This week, I have bassoon lessons on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. I need to work hard to make sure my auditions sound good so I can be successful!
  • Horney believed people feel most anxious or lost around the issue of getting enough love. Ways that we deal with this are aggression, withdrawal, or my personal favorite, compliance.
  • How Rogers Sees Me
  • I had a really bad day, can you listen?
  • They believe in the Big 5, which are 5 traits that appear to be inherited at an early age. These include openness to experience, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. 
  • How Freud Sees Me
  • What do you think of when I say the word "Freud"?
  • Adler's birth order theory says that the order in which a child is born affects their personality. First born children tend to be more organized, rule-followers, and have high expectations placed on them.
  • I think my planner might be running out of room!
  • Rogers's Person Centered Perspective states that the three conditions to facilitate growth are being genuine, unconditional positive regard, and empathy.
  • Of course! I've been there before and I love you no matter what. You can always share with me.
  • One method Freud used with his patients was free association. This is where he encouraged patients to speak whatever came to their mind, as he believed this would teach him about the interplay between conscious and unconscious.
  • Note: I think Freud is a creepy weirdo. That's how this personally connects to me. Yuck!
  • Creep!