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Neither neurotic nor psychotic nor do they have ical disturbances 2. Self actualizing people had progress through the above the subsitence level of existence and had no safety 3. Embracing the v values 4. Full use of exploitation of talents, capacities, ver you have)
a tendency towards psycholog hierchy of needs ergo living ever present threat to their potentialities, etc. (what e (truths) with no values are indica needs which motiv they are the ulti
-self actualizing people are motivated by the eternal vereties relation to any religious concepts or the b values. This being tors of psychological health and are opposed to the efficiency ate non-self actualizers. B values or meta needs indicate that mate level of needs. B values: 1. autonomy 2. humor 3. effortlessness 4. totality 5. simplicity 6. justice 7. completion 8. perfection 9. uniqueness 10. aliveness 11. wholeness 12. beauty 13. goodness 14. truth freud: integration of id, ego, superego
maddi: the stable sets of tendencies and charateristics that determine those com monalities and differences in people's psychological behavior (thoughts, feeling s, and actions) that have continuity in time and they may not easily understood as the sole result of the social and biological pressures of the moment. Hall and lindzey: is that which can be studied as the pattern of processes which characteriize the interaction of personalities in particular recurrent situatio ns or fields which include the observant. Gordon w. Alport: the dynamic organization of the individual of those psychologi cal systems that determine his characteristic behavior and thought raymond b. Cattel: that which permits a prediction of what a person will do in a given situation henry murray: the continuity of functional forms and forces manifested through s equences of organized regnant processes and overt behavior from birth to death. The governing organ of the body, an institution, which from birth to death is ce aselessly engaged in transformative functional operations. Alfred adler: the individual's style of life or characteristic manner of respond
ing to life's problems including life goals carl jung : the integration of the ego. the compexes. Strong an xiety. the archetypes. Eg. present. the personal and collective unconscious. Erich fromm: that character (personality) affects and is affected by social stru cture and social change karen horney: the person who is likely to become neurotic is one who has experie nced the cukturally determined difficulties in an accentuated form. . These members do not become detached and isolate d from one another except under abnormal or artificial conditions. depression andras angyal: an extended temporal gestalt or pattern in which past. a nd future are firmly embedded. the persona and anima. mostly to th rough the medium of childhood experience sullivan: is the relatively relevant pattern of recurrent interpersnal situation s which characterize a human life carl rogers: organisms and the self although they possess the inherent tendency to actualize themselves are subject to strong influence from the environment and most especially from the social environment (person-centerd theory): one who ha s achhieved an optimal adjustment in his interpersonal relation and one who has a positive self regard is a fukky functioning person kurt goldstein (orgasmic theory): the organism consist of differentiated members that are articulated together. Personality is an organized process extending thr ough time.