the most basic and deepest attitudes, values, interest, motives, and self worth of a person - the "real person"
how someone typically responds to the environment. Based on values of psychological core.
Role Related Behavior
how one acts in a particular social situation. Behavior changes as your perceptions of the environment change.
behavior is determined by unconscious constantly changing factors that are in conflict with each other. Emphasis on understanding a person as a whole rather the identifying isolated characteristics
behavior is determined by relatively stable traits. Personality traits are consistent in a variety of situations.
behavior determined by situation or environment. Situation is more important at determinant then personality traits. ex: introvert being assertive during a mugging or football player being violent when he is not.
behavior determined by both person and the situational factors as well by interactions. How a person responds depends on environment and psychological traits. ex: hostile person at a football game will not be hostile in front of his mom but will in front of his friends.
behavior determined by accounting for situational and personal characteristics. Their outlook on themselves will be in direct relation with how they act.
Big five model #1
neuroticism vs. emotional stability nervous, depressed, anxiety vs. emotional stability
Big five model #2
extroversion vs. introversion sociable vs. introvert
Big five model #3
openness to experience- curiosity, need for variety