He argued that birth order can usually leave an enduring impression on the individual’s lifestyle, which is a habitual way of dealing with friendship, love and work. In his theory, first-born child are commonly perceived as having higher self-esteem as they may learn the concept of authority at a young age and this can be assert in their desire to help, protect and lead others as younger siblings are often putting the first-born in the position of leader of the children in the family. Later then, the first child may become authoritarian or strict. In another way, middle-born child which is also known as second-born child has wide range of personalities as the habits of them are motivated by the fact that they have never been the centre of attention or often have the sense of not belonging. This is because the first-borns always seem to be accomplishing and pioneering ahead, while the younger sibling or last-born is protected in his or her role as the youngest in the family.
Darwin believed that all species develop through a process of natural selection called the “survival of the fittest” which states that some traits that help organisms compete, survive and reproduce are most likely going to be the ones passed onto the next generations. These two theories complement each other because if your body adapts in order to survive and live a better life then those changes will probably be the ones that outlive other traits. Lamarck’s theory
Polygenic inheritance describes the inheritance of polygenic traits. A polygenic trait is a trait determined by more than one gene. Polygenic traits also have many possible phenotypes that are determined by the interactions among these several alleles. This type of inheritance is in contrast with Mendelian inheritance where traits are determined by only one gene (Monogenic trait). In Mendelian inheritance, the monogenic trait exhibits complete dominance and in polygenic inheritance, the polygenic trait exhibits incomplete dominance.
Most effective work scenario < Each police officer is required to issue at least 300 tickets per month. If they didn’t meet the requirement several time in a row they’ll be fired and they issue more than 300 tickets they’ll get extra bonus. Least effective work scenario< The police officer only issue the exact number that his company required . This is least scenario because under this circumstance they can’t growth in their position or level. Tactical- a person leads through organization and use of strategy ;most effective in a climate of disorganization Most effective work scenario < Every server is taking the rotation by headcount .But when it come to busy time ,some servers can’t handle even though they know well how to everything .
A large proportion of the research supports the importance of attachment in early childhood and the security formed can result in certain social and behaviour characteristics. As a child develops its independence the attachment behaviour become less prominate leading to a social mature relationship. Ainsworth (1989) suggest that it never disappears and that adolescences and young adult still rely on their parent in these roles. Bowlby (1979) it is a mistake to assume as some psychoanalysts do, that the presence of attachment behaviour in adult life is pathological, regressive or reflects ‘fixation’. To Bowlby this is a biological based behaviour and a considered choice.
In the late 1990’s, my uncle held a construction job alongside several undocumented Mexican immigrants in Southern California. For approximately a year, each worker performed the same tasks on the various construction sites for the same hours each week. Eventually, during a conversation with his colleagues, he discovered that those that were undocumented regularly received significantly less pay than he did; worse than just this alone, they were being severely underpaid, sometimes receiving less than minimum wage. Recognizing the unfairness of the issue, he spoke up to his coworkers and friends, explaining that while he understood the immigrants’ need to hold a job, they should never work for less than their worth. Conveniently, just under two weeks after the conversation, my uncle was fired.
Able to make friends I am able to communicate with my colleagues in the company and hang out with them for lunch and other events. I am also able to discuss with my colleagues about personal problems which are not related to work. Weaknesses Too obsessive on work I can sometimes be too obsessive on my given tasks as I am eager to finish the given tasks and may neglect the other tasks and lose my concentration in which it cause me delay to finish all the tasks. Limited given time I have only given 3 months of industrial training to learn everything I could in the company but I could not at the time given to me is limited. May not understand some work for the first time I may not able to understand the things that are new to me as I may never did the work
‘Personality traits are relatively stable, cognitive, emotional and behavioural characteristics of people that help establish their individual identities and distinguish them from others.’(Holt, Bremner, Sutherland, Vliek, Passer, Smith, 2015, p645) Some examples of such traits or characteristic include funny, outgoing or shy. As with many areas of psychology there are many theories and perspectives on development and approach to personality. I will discuss some of these theories, some of which are still used today. Psychodynamic psychologists such as Freud would argue that adult personality is influenced mainly by childhood experiences whereas humanistic psychologists might argue that personality depends on a person’s experience as an adult
Introduction Personality is a broad feature in the field of psychological individuality. One of the most extensive and prominent topic under personality is the personality-trait extraversion. Even before, there are some people who are talkative, bold and assertive than other people and this has been thought to have a biological basis and social importance. This behavioral consequence of trait dimension has come to be known as extraversion. Extraversion is one of the fundamental dimension of personality (Costa & McCrae, 1992a; Digman, 1990; Eysenck & Himmelweit, 1947; Goldberg, 1990; Norman, 1963), it is used to explain the wide variety of behaviours which is the main concern of personality (Funder, 2001).
Is andragogy and SDL is truly unique to the adult learners? Where Hanson (1996) argued that the characteristics of an adult learner were also found amongst children. Like adults, children could possess intrinsic motivation to learn. If the problem was of interest to the child, he or she would make attempts to address the need for knowledge in order to solve the problem. In fact, in certain situations, children’s experiences were richer than adults and these experiences provided the relevant foundation to their learning (Hanson, 1996).