Personality Reflection

1074 words 5 pages
Personality Reflection
Katie Smit
August 20,2011
Dianne Hinz

Personality Reflection

Every individual has a different idea and thought about self and how self makes up their entire being. Self is made of the human’s own biology his or her cognitive process and perception of oneself compared to others. This paper is going to look at the concept of self and how this relates to real-life; situations affect a person’s self-efficacy and esteem.
Personalities are made up of the characteristic patterns of thoughts, feeling, and behavior that make a person unique. With this almost every day describe and assess the personalities of people that are around us. Whether we realize it or not, these daily musings on how and why people
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There is weeks that I can go with a consistent personality. Then just one thing to set me off I change that because of the situation. I have learned and am still learning how to control my disease. With being Bipolar I am never sure what my personality will be from one day to the next. Even though I have learned to control my moods and personalities for the most part I still need to learn how to control my emotions that are with some of my personalities.
I have taken many of personality test before throughout my life. I was not sure what to think of that analysis that showed up for some of my results. My ESFJ also known as (Extraverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging) results were scattered and spread out but feelings was the highest score of all of them which to me makes since I hide my feeling and show them very well. I have also taking other personality test in doctor offices really no sure of what some of these test where but I know that the test that where taken where to do with me being Bi-Polar.
What would make a personality test more reliable and valid this I am not sure. I would maybe ask questions on the test that people would understand. With reliability for a personality test is the extent to which a test is repeatable and yields consistent scores. To be valid a test must be reliable; but reliability does not mean that it is valid. With a valid personality test, a test measures what it is supposed to measure to this extent. Having validity is a subjective


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