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Lecture 9

Personality Lecture 9


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYB30H3
Professor
Oren Amitay
Lecture
9

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Lecture 9
Famous online test for Psychology
Myers Briggs-Forced choice
Ipsative test—forcing someone to chose on or the other—but they’re both
equally valid
Can’t fake BUT statistically you cannot compare people’s scores to one
another
Scandals in Psychology
BIG FIVE THEORY
Should personality disorders be considered as qualitatively different, or
quantitatively different
oAllport thought that it is qualitatively different—those with personality
disorder are very different from other healthy personality traits
If someone is a Narcissist—what domains (in the big 5) would they be high on, or low on
or which ones are relevant
Openness
oFantasy—(CLINICIANS SAY VERY HIGH—ONLY HIGH ON THIS
FOR CLINICIANS, Didn’t have needs met or told that they’re special, so
make themselves seem special).
oAesthetics—(ACADEMICS SAY LOW).
oActions—(ACADEMICS SAY HIGH).
Conscientious
oAchievement Striving—(ACADEMICS SAY HIGH)
oCLINICIANS SAY NOTHING ABOUT CONSCIENTIOUSNESS,
They’re not really high on achievement striving.
Extroversion--academics say…
oWarmth—LOW
oAssertiveness—HIGH
oActivity Excitement seeking--HIGH
oCLINICIANS DIDN’T EVEN CONSIDER EXTROVERSION TO
BE AN ELEMENT OF NARCISISM—THERE ARE SOME
NARCISISTS ARE OUTGOING SOME AREN’T. –They say that they
can do all this stuff but won’t because they are self-conscious an fear
failure
Agreeability
oTrust
oStraightforwardness
oAltruism—(ACADEMICS SAY LOW)
oCompliance
oModesty—(ACADEMICS SAY LOW)
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