Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course explored the complex factors and influences that help shape human personality and examine what makes every individual different, and the reasons why.
2 weeks, 6 hours per week
Associate Professor and Director of Education for the School of Psychological Sciences
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- Explain why psychologists are better able to determine a person’s personality than non-psychologists.
- Identify at least five defence mechanisms and provide examples of each.
- Apply the concept of self-efficacy in your own life and identify ways that self-efficacy can be changed.
- Identify five dimensions psychologists believe are important for measuring personality.
- Explain at least three psychometric properties of a personality test.
- Compare objective and projective personality tests.
- Explore how four different personality theories may explain a simple case study.
- Freud, the psychodynamic perspective, and Neo-Freudians
- Defining and assessing personality
- Humanistic and learning approaches
- Trait theories and biological influences
- Culture and gender
Issued on 28th August 2018
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