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  • Personality
    • Definitions
      • 'The sum of those charactersitics that make someone unique.' Hollander(1971)
      • 'The sum total of an individuals which distinguish them from others'  Gross (1992)
      • 'Traits are innate characteristics, relatively stable. Highly consistent attributes exert widely generalised effect on behaviour. Catell (1965)
    • Hollander's Model
      • Our personality is layered with an inner core of beliefs, values and attitudes. This is permeneant.
      • The middle layer shows our typical respsonses to a situation, generally giving a good indication of someones core.
      • The outer layer is the most changeable aspect of personality. Our behaviour will vary depending on how we feel.
      • Interactionist theories
        • An explanation of behaviour that assumes that our personality depends on our traits and on the enviroment.
        • B = F(PxE)Lewin    (1935)
        • Bowers (1973)
          • Combination of Trait and Social Learning Theory
    • Measuring
      • Questionnaires
      • Interviews
      • Observation
      • POMS
      • Narrow Band Approach
    • Achievement Motivation
      • The theory that an individual's behaviour is determined by their interaction with the enviroment and their desire to succeed.
      • (NAch)
      • (Naf)
    • Trait Theory
      • Eysenck's + Theory (1968)
      • Extroverts
        • Prefer team situations
        • Gross motor skill activities
      • Introverts
        • Fine motor skill activities
        • Prefer individual sports
      • Stable
        • Consistent and predictable
      • Neurotic
        • Varied and extreme
    • Social Learning Theory
      • Bandura
      • Trais are learnt by demonstrations
      • Behaviour changes depending on the enviroment
      • Demonstration Attention Retention Motor Reproduction Motivation Matching Performance


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