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Erik Erikson was a psychologist that thought…  A. Personality develops in the first 3 years of life.  B. Personality continues to develop throughout.

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1 Erik Erikson was a psychologist that thought…  A. Personality develops in the first 3 years of life.  B. Personality continues to develop throughout the lifespan.  C. The id, ego, and superego are the 3 main parts of our mind.  D. Some people do not have a personality.

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3 Myers-Briggs  Inspired by Carl Jung’s psychological types  Developed by Katherine Briggs and Isabel Myers in 1943  Wanted to help people understand themselves and others

4 Extroversion or Introversion: source of energy ExtroversionIntroversion  Get energy from the “outer world”  Like having people around them most of the time  Sociable, enthusiastic  Act quickly, sometimes without thinking  Get energy from the “inner world”  Enjoy having a lot of time for quiet activities so they can concentrate  Think things through carefully before making a decision  Comfortable with a few close friends

5 Sensing or Intuition: how you perceive information Sensing (S)Intuition (N)  Believes in information gained from the external world  Like to use facts, details, and examples to solve problems  May distrust and ignore their inspirations  Have a regular way of doing things  Believe in the information from the internal world  Rely on insights and imagination  Enjoy solving new complex problems  Good at seeing the big picture  Prefer change

6 Thinking or Feeling: How a person processes information ThinkingFeeling  When making decisions, look at consistency and logic.  When making a decision:  Analyze pro’s and con’s.  Be impersonal.  Find basic truth rather than looking at the situation.  Use emotions to make decisions  When making a decision:  Weighing in points-of-view of people involved.  Concerned with values and the people involved.  Choosing whatever will establish harmony.

7 Judging or Perceiving: how a person implements information that has been processed JudgingPerceiving  Live in an organized, structured, planned way  Have life “under control”  Like to make lists and keep on schedule  *Does not mean that you are judgmental of others  Flexible, unstructured, and spontaneous  Leave things open for last minute changes  Dislike deadlines, schedules, and may postpone tasks that need to be done

8 Myers-Briggs Inventory  4 letter combo + #’s under each letter  Paragraph summary of your type  (4 sentences)  5 possible careers that would fit your type  5 famous personalities that have your same type  The qualitative analysis of your type formula listed in 4 bullet points  Answer the questions below.

9 Resources  http://www.opp.com/en/tools/MBTI/Myers- Briggs-history


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