development of personality

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What are the three identitified personalities of Eysenck?
Extroversion, introversion and neuroticism
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What are the traits of Eysencks personality traits?
Extrovert= sociable Introvert= quiet Neurotic= anxious
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Define the term type theory
Personality types are thought to be inherated. They can be described using related traits
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Define the term extroversion
A personality type that describes people who look to the outside world for entertainment
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Define the terrm introversion
A personality type that describes people who content with thier own company
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Define the term neuroticism
A personality type that describes people who are highly emotional and show a quick intense reaction to fear
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Who did eysenck do his study into personality types on?
700 service men
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What was the conclusion of this study (Eysenck 1947)?
Everyone can be placed along these two dimentions of personality. Most people lie in the middle of this scale
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Briefly state 4 evaluation points for this study (Eysenck 1947)
Wasn't generalisable as done on male service men (has been repeated on thousands more people since), he only described a limited number on personality types, questionaires an depend on peoples mood, experiences that change personality not considered
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What are the traits of Eysencks personality traits?

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Extrovert= sociable Introvert= quiet Neurotic= anxious

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Define the term type theory

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Define the term extroversion

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Define the terrm introversion

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