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BC: The following pages are corresponding notes and inventories that are from class.

FC: MollyNalty | My Personality Handbook | Version 1 : 2013

1: Table of Contents My Personality ........................................................................................ Pgs. 2-3 Personality Matrix ................................................................................. Pgs. 4-5 Personality A/B...................................................................................... Pgs. 6-7 The Doodler Key Boxes......................................................................... Pgs. 8-9 Sentence Completion.......................................................................... Pgs. 10-11 Keirsey Temperament Sorter............................................................... Pgs. 12-13 Sensation Seeking Scale..................................................................... Pgs. 14-15 Five Factor Model/OCEAN Inventory............................................... Pgs. 16-17 Multiple Intelligences......................................................................... Pgs. 18-19 | 1

2: MY PERSONALITY | 2 | Type B Personality | INFP

3: 3 | I avoid conflict at all costs. | INTERMEDIATE SENSATION SEEKER

4: Personality Matrix | 4 | weak | strong | 15 | 35 | 27 | 21 | DOMINANT STYLE= SUPPORTER KOALA

5: 5 | Communication with others | Career Paths | Emotional Characteristics | At school/work | As a friend/parent | Celebs with my personality type | -easy going/relaxed -high level of patience -under control -emotionally steady | -well balanced, consistent -hide feelings -absorb criticism happily recoiled life | Lions- Need to get to the point, direct honest, loud and clear, and act confident when speaking to them. Peacocks- Start out social with humor, friendly, and be attentive. Give them your opinion, respect them and sincerely accept them. Owls- Give them accurate facts and figures with details, however don't get too personal. Use wisdom, clear thinking, intelligent conversation, and wit. Koalas- Be gentle with them, not critical. Listen more than you talk, and then share yourself with them. Take your time and act in no hurry. Support and encourage them. | Education: teachers, guidance counselors, advisers Health and Medicine: psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses and vets Random: child care specialist, environmentalist, handicapped/ elder care | -even paced -avoids conflict -peace/agree -good under pressure -problem resolving -in the loop -supports others needs -doesn't need a lot of recognition | -good listener -easy to get along with -takes the bad with the good -fair and consistent -good with kids -pleasant to be around -people feel safe with them -dry sense of humor | -Lois Griffin -Dorothy -Rosa Parks -Regis Philbin -Gandhi -Emily Dickinson | -George Washington -Princess Di -Helen Keller -Terry Bradshaw -Sigmund Freud -Mother Teresa

6: Personality A/B | 6 | I AM TYPE B PERSONALITY | Are You a Type A or B Personality? Hard-driving or laid-back? Why it matters. Published on June 29, 2012 by Ronald E. Riggio, Ph.D. in Cutting-Edge Leadership -Type A - Hard driving and Competitive, -Type B - Easy going laid back -Study in the 50’s, Type A more likely to develop Heart Disease. -Later research showed it was only some elements of Type A personality lead to heart disease such as aggression and hostility and lack of emotions. -The type As who do not work well with others, take on all responsibilities are the ones that are likely to have heart disease. -Positive note is Type As tend to be more successful. -Positive note for Type B is they tend to live in moment. -Most people are a combination of both.

7: 7 | What Jobs Are Good for Type-A Personalities? By Ariel Waters, eHow Contributor -Type As are prone to stress , talk fast and may become aggressive when challenged. -Jobs good for type As Attorney Small business owner Sales person Manager | The Differences in Type A & B Personalities By Shailynn Krow, eHow Contributor -Created in the 1950s by Dr. Meyer Friedman and Dr. Ray Rosenman, was the theory about there being two personality types: A and B -Time, Type As rushed with a sense of urgency and stress, Type B aware of Time but more relaxed on how to reach goal. -Achievement of Goals, Type A set high goals and are stressed and excited in achieving the goals. Type B will work to achieve but not above and beyond. -Competition, Type A will thrive on competition and take it hard if they do not win. Type B is more likely to be fine with winning, losing or just participating. -Stress, Health and Anxiety, Type A tend to have a lot of stress, health problems and anxiety where Type B is more carefree and focus on the quality of life.

8: The Doodler Key Boxes | 8 | A. | B. | C. | D. | E. | F. | G. | H. | I. | J. | K. | L.

9: 9 | A. Attitude towards friendship: I have many acquaintances and casual friends, however most of my close friends are females. B. Attitude towards sex: Wholesome, uninhibited attitude towards sex. C. Attitude towards competition: I drew a winning game which means I am a winner, and that I can be aggressive. Circles winning is feminine. D. Attitude towards aspirations: I am ambitious but faced with a choice of goals. E. Attitude towards discipline: I am able to accept discipline and work with other people in an organization. F. Attitude towards confidence: I am not adjusted in my environment and feel insecure. G. Main interest: The unknown, time warps, outer space. I often think "what could be" and need little evidence. H. Maturity: I must have a secret. I. Attitude towards self image: Feminine. I enjoy pleasant surroundings and I take pride in my appearance. I don't know how true this is.... J. Attitude towards home: Ambivalent, I fear home or marriage. This may mean I fear the future rather than now. K. Attitude towards imagination: Imaginative and innovative. I sometimes think in the clouds. L. Social adaptability: I get along with various types of people socially, I have good manners and am always invited back as a guest.

10: Sentence Completion | 10 | Sentence Completion Activity | 1. I will do anything to accomplish my goals. I will do anything to hangout with friends. | 2. I feel really depressed when I don't drink coffee. I feel really depressed when I loose a friend. | 3. My best trait is my eyelashes. My best trait is my easygoingness. | 4. My worst fault is I don't know...there's a lot. My worst fault is how emotional I get. | 5. If it were left up to me I would be really hot. If it were left up to me I would travel. | 6. My life is fantastic. My life is awesome. | 7. I love you. I love to cook/bake. | 8. I hate violence. I hate judgmental people.

11: 11 | Pen vs. Pencil | 1. I think pencil is more open than pen. Pencil shared a lot about valuing friendship and disliking judgmental people. In contrast pen expressed value in possessions and appearance which are both temporary. 2. I actually think pen is more happy than pencil because they seem pretty content in life. Pencil is scared of loosing friends and being judged which makes them have a sort of victim outlook on life. 3. I think pen conforms to society the most because he/she values beauty/ appearance over everything else. This is something that they have learned from the media and the society around them. 4. Pencil seems more understanding of others because they speak of friends which means they have trusting relationships. Trusting relationships do not survive without understanding. If the friend is judgmental however, they will not be understanding. 5. Pen seems to trust people more because pencil believes that there are people that are judgmental of their personal actions.

12: KEIrsey Temperament Sorter | 12

13: 13 | The Idealist Healer | Major Traits -Strong value systems -Warmly interested in people -Service-oriented, usually putting the needs of others above their own -Loyal and devoted to people and causes -Future-oriented -Growth-oriented; always want to be growing in a positive direction -Creative and inspirational -Flexible and laid-back, unless a ruling principle is violated -Sensitive and complex -Dislike dealing with details and routine work -Original and individualistic - "out of the mainstream" -Excellent written communication skills -Prefer to work alone, and may have problems working on teams -Value deep and authentic relationships -Want to be seen and appreciated for who they are | Careers - Writers -Counselors -Social Workers -Teachers / Professors -Psychologists -Psychiatrists -Nurses -Musicians -Clergy / Religious Workers | Love -Usually have a Savior Complex -Listens to sob stories and empathy kicks in -Tries to change peoples bad habits -Throws entire being into relationship -Sometimes confuses love with wanting to heal broken people -Difficult to accept emotional support from others | School - Can't expect to learn just through reading must apply to personal life -Quiet study places -Little to no distractions -Works better alone than in groups -A lot of self criticism -Leads to intense perfectionist issues -All or nothing rationale when studying, doing assignments, or projects

14: Sensation Seeking Scale | 14 | What is Risk? -It is a personality trait defined by the search for experiences and feelings that are: +varied +intense +complex +novel -Ranges from great desire for stimulation to low/ minimal desire -Goal is to reach Optimum Level of Arousal (OLA) +If OLA is not met, a person's experience will be unpleasant and boring -Author = Marvin Zuckerman (University of Delaware)

15: 15 | MY SCORES: BOR: 3 DIS: 6 EXP: 10 TAS: 4 | Boredom Susceptibility: aversion to repetition, routine, and dull people. Restless when things stay the same. Dis-inhibition: desire for social and sexual dis-inhibitions expressed in social drinking, partying, and variety in sexual partners. Experience Seeking: seek experience through mind, senses, travel, and a non-conforming lifestyle. Thrill and Adventure Seeking: desire to engage in sports and other activities involving speed or danger. | Overall: 23 (Intermediate Thrill Seeker) | What this means....

16: Five Factor Model/OCEAN Inventory | 16 | TOTALS O: 42 ( Very High) C: 25 (Low) E: 24 (Low) A: 30 (Low) N: 41 (High) | KEY O: Openness C: Conscientiousness E: Extroverted A: Agreeableness N: Neuroticism | OUTCOMES Very high level of openness: I am open to new experiences, have broad interests and can be very imaginative. Low level of conscientiousness: I am easy going, not well organized, sometimes careless, and prefer not to make plans. Low level of extroversion: I am introverted, reserved, serious, and prefer to be alone or with close friends. Low level of agreeableness: I am hard- headed, proud, competitive, and express anger easily High level of neuroticism: I am sensitive, emotional, and prone to experience upsetting feelings

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18: Multiple Intelligences | 18

19: 19 | Inventory Results: 1= 8 Visual/ Spatial 2=8 Bodily/ Kinesthetic 3=9 Interpersonal 4=10 Intra-personal 5=7 Musical 6=7 Linguistic 7=6 Logical/ Mathematical | Person with accurate self-knowledge. -Can access one's own feelings and have ability to discriminate among them and draw upon them to guide behavior - I know my strengths, weaknesses, desires, and intelligence. -Counselors, theologians, and self- employed business people. -Introspective, enjoy meditation, contemplation, or other forms of deep soul- searching -Fiercely independent, goal oriented, and self- disciplined, may not share, private space for study, enjoys self esteem activities -Comfort Zone= class with a lot of options -Discomfort= standard anything, and schedules

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