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Psychology
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PSYCH 2B03
Professor
Richard B Day

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What is personality?  Behaviour, emotions, thoughts are consistent  Designed to help us understand patterns of consistency  Consistencies are different from one person to another  Personality is a hypothetical construct (we invented it, imaginary) to help us make sense of observations Perspectives on personality  Type approach o Limited number of personality types and each person has one of those particular personalities o Based on biological foundations (genes) o Oldest approach until Freud came along  The four humours: proposed by Hypoc
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