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Summary of site Harry Stack Sullivan BF Skinner Personality alteration Behavior alteration
Isabella, young college student has delusions about having enjoyment. Isabella’s exhibits unfledged actions often away the miens of her parents. Often implied in sexual relationships with unknowns, slumbers all day, and parties all night exposing most of her body. Drinks intemperately possibly the reason of incompatible college life style. Sector of Isabella’s life arrives to a hitch as her college semester finishes.
Isabella’s is very bourgeois in the presences of her parents Isabella’s parents are not mindful of her wanton manners, nor about her intemperately boozing habit. Isabella’s gets into a one piece swimsuit when she goes to the beach with her parents and is all of the time home before 12midnight, unless she is given permission to do otherwise. Isabella has direct her parents to trusted that she is an “angel” and they have posted her on a pedestal Isabella’s parents consider that their daughter is so arrant, that yet a man with a tattoo is excessively barbaric and not good enough for their daughter.
Isabella is surpassing with friends Charters in sexual practices with unknowns Boozes intemperately when she's with friends
Isabella becomes restrained while at home Isabella is thought a good daughter by parents Clothes cautiously when at home
Self-rule Discover Peer Stress
Atmosphere Ease Liberty Enthusiasm
Marvelous Girl Next Door Superiority Unruffled Self in Public Usually Extrovert Thought as the Ideal Daughter
Promiscuous -general, accidental Sexual kinship Circuitous – close-lipped and accounted Rebellious -rebelliousness of dominance Cunning – purposes to betray Disguise- conceal information from Family
Development of unlike personalities to conform to assorted sites. Difference between Ego and ID and use of each Peer pressure Environmental tempt Personality and Behavior alterations
Friedman, H. S. & Schustack, M. W. (2009). Personality: Classic theories and modern research (4th ed.). Boston: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon.