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Four types of Traits
1. Physical Makeup Height Hair Color Skin Color
Four types of Traits 1. Physical Makeup Height Hair Color Skin Color Primarily inherited traits
Four types of Traits 2. Characteristics Weight IQ Social Status Physical Energy
Four types of Traits 2. Characteristics Weight IQ Social Status Physical Energy Partially interited, partially learned
Four types of Traits 3. Predispositions and Attitudes Argumentativeness Verbal Aggressiveness Shynes Cheerfulness
Four types of Traits 3. Predispositions and Attitudes Argumentativeness Verbal Aggressiveness Shynes Cheerfulness Primarily learned
Predispositions and Attitudes Fall into three groups
Predispositions and Attitudes Fall into three groups Those that make us happy and productive.
Predispositions and Attitudes Fall into three groups Those that make us happy and productive. Those that are “life style” choices.
Predispositions and Attitudes Fall into three groups Those that make us happy and productive. Those that are “life style” choices. Those that are destructive.
Four types of Traits 4. Skills Technical Interpersonal Conceptual
Four types of Traits 4. Skills Technical Interpersonal Conceptual Administrative
Four types of Traits 1. Physical Makeup 2. Characteristics 3. Predispositions and attitudes 4. Skills
Earliest Work on Traits
Hundreds of research studies on Trait Theory
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