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Psychological disorders and personality theory and assesment
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Ready to be all-powerful? This first introspection requires you to build an abnormal “person.” That’s right, a pure abnormal human-being from every significant perspective of psychological human experience. Specifically, you’ll be building a person that is affectively, behaviorally, cognitively, and perceptually abnormal. Additionally, you’ll address WHY this person is abnormal. 

  • Describe and introspect (i.e., why) on the affects, behaviors, cognitions, and perceptions of your absolutely abnormal person
  • Come-up with a technical name for your syndrome.
  • Describe this abnormal person’s environment. That is, address this person’s physical, emotional, and cognitive development, up-bringing, family, and current living situation.
  • Describe a typical day (a full 24-hour period) in this abnormal person’s life.

 

The second introspection will be titled: Making It Normal
 
Ready to be all-powerful, again? This second introspection requires you to build a normal “person.” That’s right, a pure normal human-being from every significant perspective of psychological human experience. Specifically, you’ll be building a person that is affectively, behaviorally, cognitively, and perceptually normal. Additionally, you’ll address WHY this person is normal.
 

  • Describe and introspect (i.e., why) on the affects, behaviors, cognitions, and perceptions of your absolutely normal person. Come-up with a technical name for your virtuous person.
  • Describe this normal person’s environment. That is, address this person’s physical, emotional, and cognitive development, up-bringing, family, and current living situation.
  • Describe a typical day (a full 24-hour period) in this normal person’s life.
  • Lastly, describe this person relative to the following strengths and virtues (Peterson & Seligman, 2004):
     
    I: Wisdom and Knowledge (creativity: originality; curiosity: interest; open-mindedness: judgment, critical thinking; love of learning; perspective)
     
    II: Courage (bravery, persistence: perseverance; integrity: honesty, authenticity; vitality: zest, enthusiasm, vigor, energy)
     
    III: Humanity (love, kindness: generosity, compassion, altruism; social intelligence: emotional intelligence, personal intelligence)
     
    IV: Justice (citizenship: social responsibility, loyalty; fairness, leadership)
     
    V: Temperance (forgiveness and mercy; humility and modesty; prudence; self-control/regulation)
     
    VI: Transcendence (appreciation of beauty and excellence: awe, wonder, elevation; gratitude, hope: optimism; humor: playfulness, spirituality: religious
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    Psychological disorders and personality theory and assesment
    PERSONALITY THEORY AND ASSESSMENT Personality is an arrangement of conduct, subjective, and passionate examples than makes an individual not quite the same as others. Analysts have proposed numerous hypotheses to clarify the diverse attributes of identities and its improvement; however the four noteworthy speculations are the psychoanalytic, humanistic, characteristic, and social-subjectiv
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