Personality introduction

Thiyagu K
Assistant Professor um Thiyagu K
28. Jul 2019

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Personality introduction

  1. PERSONALITY K.THIYAGU, Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Central University of Kerala, Kasaragod
  2. MEANING - PERSONALITY • Latin word • Persona - Mask
  3. Personality Characteristic patterns of emotional responses, thoughts, and behaviors that are relatively stable over time and across situations. • Thinking • Feeling • Behaving
  4. • Personality is the sum of activities that can be discovered by actual observations over a long enough period of time to give reliable information. Watson (1930)
  6. NATURE OF PERSONALITY • Personality is not related to bodily structure alone. • Personality is an indivisible unit. • Personality is neither good nor bad. • Every personality is unique • Personality refers to persistent qualities of the individual. It expresses consistency and regularity. • Personality is acquired. • Personality is influenced by social interaction. It is defined in terms of behavior.
  7. TYPES OF PERSONALITY Nine Types  Perfectionists  Helpers  Romantics  Achievers  Asserters  Questioners  Adventurers  Observers and  Peacemakers
  8. Cont.. Perfectionists – are realistic, conscientious and principled Ex: Narayan Murthy – Infosys. Helpers – are warn, concerned, nurturing and sensitive to other people’s needs Ex: Mother Teresa. Achievers – are energetic, optimistic, self assured and goal oriented Ex: Sachin Tendulkar Romantics – have sensitive feelings and are warm and perceptive Ex: M. F. Hussain – great Indian Painter Observers – have a need for knowledge and are introverted, curious, analytical and insightful. Ex: Amartya Sen - Great economist
  9. Cont.. Questioners – are responsible and trustworthy. Ex: Socarates, Adventurers – are energetic, lively and optimistic. They want to contribute to the world Ex: Ten Singh Asserters – Are direct, self-reliant, self confident and protective. Ex: T. N. Seshan - Chief Election Commissioner. Peacemakers – are receptive, good-natured and supportive. They seek union with others and the world around them Ex: Nelson Mandale.
  10. FACTORS INFLUENCING PERSONALITY Biological Factors Social Factors Psychological Factors
  11. Biological Factors Physique Chemique (ductless glands) Nervous System Handicap
  12. Social Factors Family Parents Attitude Parents Expectation Gender Bias Parents Death Parental Background Others School Teacher & Head Master Personality School Discipline School Time School Status Organizational Climate Curricular Activities Language Culture
  13. Psychological Factors Intelligence Achievement Motivation Emotional Maturity Interest, Attitude, Sentiment
  14. Thank You JAI HIND!