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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 100
Professor
J.D.Monti
Semester
Spring

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Humanistic Models of Personality • Self actualization (Maslow) - our drive to develop our innate potential to the fullest,core motivation to personality ⿞Humans are inherently good so developing our innate potential is a worthy goal • Roger's Model ⿞The organism is the basic underlying blueprint of our personality ⿞The self is the beliefs about who we are ⿞Conditions of worth are expectations we place on ourselves about behavior ⿞Due to the conditions of worth we create an incongruence between who we are and our self,we should limit this incongruence for better mental health Assessing Personality Structure PersonalityTests • Tests that ask direct questions about a person that give quantitative results about personality traits ⿞These are easy to administer and easy to compare between individuals ⿞The problem is that these tests are susceptible to impressio
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