Psychology of learning

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In short
P- Perception capacity
E- Emotional maturity R- Responsiveness to situations S-
Self-expression or sociability
O- Organized N- Not permanent (Flexible)
A- Appearance
L- Leadership feeling
I- Integrated T- Tendencies, impulses, dispositions, innate & acquired Y- young, vital and unique No two individuals are alike and that is what makes life interesting and exciting. The emphasis is on growth and development that on genetic endowment.
9.2.3: Traditional Theories of Personality

Type Theory

Galen’s Classification
Humours or Fluids Temperament Personality Blood Sanguine Active, Hopeful Yellow Bile Choleric Irritable, Easily provoked Phlegm Phlegmatic Lethargic) Dull, sluggish Black Bile
Malancholic Depressed and Ernest Kretshmer, a German Psychiatrist classified human beings on the basis of physical constitution. Type Bodily Features Personality
Asthenic Slender, Weak Moody & withdrawn
Shor, Round and Fat Jovial & Outgoing
Atheletic Strong, Sturdy and Well proportioned Well adjusted

Dr.William Scheldon’s Classification Body Type Temperamental Types
Endomorphy Round, Fat & Soft)

Viscerotonia Love of physical comfort, Sociable affectionate)

Mesomorphy Heavy muscular build)
Somatotonia Energetic, Ambitious & Assertive)
Ectomorphy Long, Slender & Poor muscular development)
Cerebrotonia Restrained, thoughtful and withdrawn)
Spranger’s Classification Types Interests The Theoretical Intellectual, pursuit, Discovery of Truth The Economic Pragmatic, Marketing transactions The Aesthetic Lover of Beauty and Art The Social Human relationship and altruism The Political Power and Influence The religious Ultimate meaning as Unity in life in terms of higher power

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