CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Education (Paper-II) Psychological Foundations of Education-Personality Revision (Page 4 of 12)

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Gordon Allport trait theory

  • Allport’s theory related with the motivation and motivation is an important concept of personality.

  • In this trait theory two portion are included. First is related with constant portion and other is variable portion. Constant portion describe with the concept of trait and variable portion describe with the functional autonomy or the tendency for behaviour.

  • Trait and functional autonomy both are the motivational and many traits have motive power and functional autonomy explai

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Cattell’s factor analytical trait theory

  • Raymond B Cattell developed a factor analytical trait approach to the description and analysis of personality. Cattle analyzed the t-data and Q-data using a mathematical technique it’s called a factor analysis to identify behaviour.

  • Cattle identified 16 personality traits. This personality trait are common for all people.

Definition:

“Personality is that which permits a prediction of what a person will do in a given situation. ” - Raymond B Cattell

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