Describe humanistic theories of personality and self-esteem, trait theories including the five-factor model of personality, and social-cognitive theories of personality

Describe humanistic theories of personality and self-esteem, trait theories including the five-factor model of personality, and social-cognitive theories of personality

In this exercise, you will identify the different personality traits and research methods by working with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).  Objectives: •Describe humanistic theories of personality and self-esteem, trait theories including the five-factor model of personality, and social-cognitive theories of personality. •Explain how psychologists apply observations, interviews, rating scales, inventory tests, and projective tests to provide insight into personality.  Instructions:  Step 1: Research. •Search the Internet for a “free Myers-Briggs personality trait test.” Complete and score the Myers-Briggs test. One good option can be found here (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.   Step 2: Compare the test results with your view of your dominant personality traits. •What is the Myers-Briggs type indicator? What is its relationship to Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types? •Do you think the test is accurate? •Do you see yourself as different from what the test results say? If so, how?  Step 3: Write a summary. •Write a 3-5 page summary of the results of the personality test and discuss whether or not you agree with them. Discuss the connection between the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and Carl Jung.

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