personality project and case aaplication
There are 2 separate assignments needs to be written in a SIMPLE language. First is 2 pages long, second is 1 page long.
FIRST: Personality Project.
Purpose: Personality is defined in your textbook as the unique, relatively enduring internal and external aspects of a personâ€™s character that influence behavior in different situations. Skinner believed people are primarily products of learning, shaped more by external variables than genetic factors. Self-Control to him meant the ability to exert control over the variables that determine our behavior. The purpose of this personality project is to measure self-control and analyze on how your levels of self-control have impacted your personality development.
Instructions: Complete the free online Self-Control & Self-Monitoring Test at:http://testyourself.psychtests.com/testid/2818 (Links to an external site.). Once you receive your Snapshot Report, right click on the screen, select Print, and then select Save as PDF for the destination. You will need to submit a copy of the saved results or a screen shot of the full results from your computer along with your essay.
NOTE: If the link above does not work, cut-and-paste it into your web browser.
YOU MUST DOWNLOAD AND SUBMIT A COPY OF YOUR TEST RESULTS FOR FULL CREDIT!
Complete a two (2) page essay responding the following questions:
1. What did your Snapshot Report say about your level of self-control? Do you agree or disagree with the results? Why or why not?
2. Describe a time when you exercised self-control. What was the outcome?
3. Describe a time when you did NOT exercise self-control. What was the outcome?
4. How to you think your level of self-control has impacted the development of your personality?
- Margins – 1 Inch
- Font – Times New Roman, Arial or Calibri (12pt)
- Spacing – Double
- Length – 2 Pages (3 w/ Title Page)
- Include Separate Title Page – Name, PID, Title of Essay
- DO NOT restate the questions as part of your responses or use extra spaces between your responses to increase page length.
NOTE: YOUR PAPER SHOULD BEGIN ON LINE 1 OF PAGE 2 – DO NOT USE EXTRA SPACES TO MAKE THE PAGE LONGER.
The essay must be 2 full page in length. It will not be considered a full page if you add extra spaces or can include another sentence at the end. You must have a separate Title Page that includes your first and last name, Panther ID and title of your essay. You may not include this information at the top of your essay page. You must submit the assignment via Canvas in a Word or PDF document ONLY. If you are having problems with Canvas you must send your homework via FIU email to email@example.com as issues with Canvas will not be an excuse for late submission. Please note that submissions will not be accepted after the due date and time listed below. See Grading Rubric for additional guidelines.
Self-Control & Self-Monitoring Test
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTest Results (40%)Are the FULL test results are submitted along with the 2-page essay?
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEssay Content (50%)Does the essay answer all 4 questions? Does the essay provide specific examples to support statements? Points will be deducted for broad or general statements that are not supported by specific examples to support the statement. Broad Statement: I scored very low in extroversion because I have a very low desire to be around other people, which I agreed with the result. Specific Example: Growing up and still today, I always enjoyed having birthday parties/celebrations with a few friends. If their were more than 4 people I would tend to get exhausted, irritable or feel overloaded.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFormat (10%)Are all of the formatting requirements outlined in the instructions met? Additional points will be deducted from the final score for not meeting the full 2 page requirement.
SECOND: Case Application
The goal of the case application is to learn how to recognize and analyze the personality development of others using the assessment method of direct observation as a form of case analysis based on the chapter material covered that week. you can choose a case from your personal life (i.e. family member, friend, significant other boss, etc.), a character from a television show (in more than one episode), a movie, or by reading a novel. observations should be behavioral in nature: write down what you see, hear, and/or read. also, write down the meaning you attached to what you saw, heard, and/or read, along with how it relates to personality development. Case application submissions will be 1-page in length and include:
- The setting or situation in which the observation/interaction occurred
- Who was included in the observation/interaction
- Description(s) of the observation/interaction
- Concept(s) from out-of-class assignments or readings that are applicable to observation/interaction
- The television show, movie or book (if used) as a reference