CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Education (Paper-II) Psychological Foundations of Education-Personality Revision (Page 6 of 12)

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Dynamic lattice

  • Dynamic lattice is an organized system of traits within human personality.

  • Its characteristics grip people’s motives and interests.

  • Cattell works the concept of dynamic lattice to represent the relationship of ergs, sentiments and attitudes to one another.

  • A single behaviour is expressive of many attitudes and each of which may be related to a number of sentiments and number of ergs.

  • A single behaviour or action satisfy a variety of drives.

  • The ultimate goal rema

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Hans Eysenck: A trait type theory of personality

  • Eysenck develop a very influential model of personality. Personality can be studied from temperamental or cognitive aspects or both.

  • Eysenck theory is based primarily physiology and genetics. He considers learned habits of great importance and also considers personality differences as growing out of our genetic tradition.

  • Therefore, he is primarily interested in what is usually called temperament.

  • Eysenck’s definition of personality turn around four behaviour patterns:

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