Your Personality -- Approaches to Understanding Who You Are

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Personality is your relatively unique and consistent expressions of behavioral characteristics.  Where do those patterns of behavior come from?  What makes yours different from everyone else's?  And is it even possible that your behavior isn't as consistent as you might like to think?

The videos for this course will explore some of the key issues in the study of personality, and describe several major theoretical frameworks for understanding what it is inside you that organizes your behavior into a stable, distinct personality.

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SECTION 1: Personality in Perspective -- What it is and How it's Done
Lecture 1: The Basic Premise (05:27)
Lecture 2: Experimental Research (12:40)
Lecture 3: Correlational Research (12:47)
Lecture 4: Statistical Significance (20:07)
Lecture 5: Lump Together, Or Tease Apart (11:01)
Lecture 6: The Big Five (or Whatever) (04:20)
Lecture 7: Factor Analysis (part 1) (12:57)
Lecture 8: Factor Analysis (part 2) (05:30)
Lecture 9: Factor Analysis Illustrated (33:47)

SECTION 2: Got 'Personality'? Not Everybody Thinks So
Lecture 10: Walter Mischel Complains (06:45)
Lecture 11: Aggregate (06:56)
Lecture 12: Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut But, Sometimes, Not So Much (08:56)
Lecture 13: Back Atcha, Walter (02:49)

SECTION 3: So Many Choices -- Internal Psychological Dynamics (part 1)
Lecture 14: An Overview of Sigmund Freud's "Psychoanalysis" (08:55)
Lecture 15: I Got Needs, and I Got Choices (10:40)
Lecture 16: Fear Is The Big Bugaboo (06:24)
Lecture 17: Irrational Behaviors Resolve Conflicts (03:48)
Lecture 18: Fantasy is Nice (But it Isn't a Cheeseburger) (08:25)
Lecture 19: Habits Fill the Emptiness Inside (part 1) (10:55)
Lecture 20: Habits Fill the Emptiness Inside (part 2) (06:44)
Lecture 21: Your Stuff'll Come Up Anyway (02:52)
Lecture 22: Sharpsteen's Motto (03:04)

SECTION 4: What? More Choices?! -- Internal Psychological Dynamics (part 2)
Lecture 23: Every Good Drama Involves Conflict (03:03)
Lecture 24: Motives And Instincts (as Jung Sees Them) (04:47)
Lecture 25: Making Decisions (06:47)
Lecture 26: Character (part 1) (06:37)
Lecture 27: Character (part 2) (05:01)
Lecture 28: Balance, Grasshopper (04:17)
Lecture 29: Why Is There Imbalance? (04:48)
Lecture 30: Getting Balanced (05:58)
Lecture 31: Sigmund And The Other Carl (05:39)
Lecture 32: Three Selves (03:53)
Lecture 33: Congruence (05:10)
Lecture 34: An Overview of Kelly's Personal Construct Theory (02:57)
Lecture 35: Personal Construct Theory (12:51)

SECTION 5: Recent Big Themes in Personality
Lecture 36: A Trait Is As Good As A Bunion To A Gene (05:00)
Lecture 37: The $64,000 Question (03:56)
Lecture 38: It Ain't Much. Or is it? (05:59)
Lecture 39: How Evolution Works (04:30)
Lecture 40: The Contexts Of Mating (12:34)
Lecture 41: Short, Long, Man, Woman (14:16)
Lecture 42: Attachment Theory (09:30)
Lecture 43: Attachment Styles (11:18)
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