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Personality, Mood and Temperament

Personality
Temperament
Mood
Personality
One's whole character and nature.

The complex of all attributes that characterize a unique individual.

Those characteristics of the person that account for consistent pattern of feeling, thinking and behaving.
Temperament
Types
Mode
Eysenck’s three-component construct
Relationship between mood and performance
Mood can interfere with task processing and can impair performance; mood can also energize and mobilize processing.
Big Five
He contrasts:
Extraversion with introversion
Neuroticism and emotionality with emotional stability
Conscientiousness
Agreeableness
Openness to experience
Potential
determinants
of an adult’s personality
Environmental factors related to the nature of the home in which the person is raised as a child.

Biological factors associated with the genetic make-up.
MBTI
Extraversion-introversion --> where people prefer to focus their attention and their energy from.

Sensing-intuition --> how people perceive the world and gather information.

Thinking-feeling --> referring to how people prefer to arrive
at conclusions and make decisions.

Judging-perceiving --> how people prefer to
deal with the outer world and take action.
Psychology!
I AM Here!
Individual differences that are heavily rooted in the biological substrate of behavior and that are highly heritable, the kind of characteristics whose traces we can already detect in early childhood.
Phlegmatic

Unflappable and slow to take action
Sanguine

Easily but not strongly excited and having short-lived interests
Choleric

Impetuous and impulsive, often ambitious and perfectionist
Melancholic

Inclined to reflection
Hippocrates and Galen
Highly volatile, changing state that is still not completely random.

Represents familiar surges of emotions that we experience often in response to life events.
Mood Traits
Energy-fatigue
Tension-relaxation
Pleasure-displeasure
He contrasts:
Extraversion with introversion

Neuroticism and emotionality with emotional stability

Psychoticism and toughmindedness with . tender/mindedness

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