Project #158149 - Theory of Personality

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Subject Philosophy
Due By (Pacific Time) 12/07/2016 06:00 pm

Assignment 2: Course Project

Cognitive and trait theories define a human personality with respect to an individual’s internal mental processes and traits/characteristics respectively. Trait theorists believe that personality is composed of characteristic thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that are stable over time. While cognitive theorists focus on how humans process information in order to understand how the world works. There were three famous theorists who proposed notable theories in this field of psychology:

  • George Kelly—Personal constructs theory
  • Gordon Allport—Trait theory
  • Raymond Cattell—Structure-based systems theory

For the first part of this assignment, you will summarize the life and work of one of these theorists. 

This section should include the following in the given order:

  • A short (100–200 words) biographical sketch of the theorist, including:
    • Early life
    • Education
    • Important publications
  • An outline of the personality structure and dynamics defined by the theory proposed by your chosen theorist.
  • A list of important terms associated with the theory.
  • An outline of the stages of personality development as described by the theory. Note if the theory does not include stages of personality development.
  • Description of how the theory explains the development of pathological behavior.
  • Description of psychological tests associated with the theory.
  • Description of the types of therapy, if any, associated with the theory.

Next, you will analyze the personality of your subject (the subject/famous person you chose in Week 1 Assignment 3) (THE PERSONALITY, Which is Barrack Obama,  FRom W1 ASSIGNMENT 3 project WILL BE ATTACHED)


0 using the concepts and terminology of the theory you have chosen from Part 1 of this assignment. Your analysis should include the following:

  • Your subject's personality structure and dynamics
  • Psychological or character types, if part of the theory
  • Possible causes of positive and negative aspects of the subject's personality


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