Reflective Essay On Being An Extroverts

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When I was just a little girl, I keep to myself, I hardly talk to people, even when I’m in school I don’t talk to my friends in class. Most times when my teacher ask me a question, she forces words out of my mouth. My mum told me all this. And I lived all my life in mushin where it is always noisy. A very popular and rugged place.

I’m now a teenager and sometimes I can be an extrovert. And I wonder if all what my mum told me was true, because sometimes I see no correlation between me as a toddler and the way I behave sometimes.

I will say I have dual personality because this minutes I feel like being around people talking to them and making them laugh. And the next minutes I feel like being alone, keeping to myself – My parents are introverts. They
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Likewise, Chomsky (1965) proposed language is gained through the use of an innate language acquisition device. Another example of nature is Freud’s theory of aggression as being an innate drive (called Thanatos).

In contrast Bandura’s (1977) social learning slates that aggression is learnt through observation and limitation. This is seen in his famous “bobo doll experiment (Bandura, 1961). Also skinner believed that language is learnt from other people via behviour shaping techniques.

Jones and Daurs (1965) thought that people pay particular attention to intentional behavior. This theory helps us understand the process of making an internal attribution. They say that we tend to do this when we see a correspondence between mother and behavior for example when we see a correspondence between someone behaving in a friendly way and being a friendly person.
Kelly H.H (1967) describes attribution theory process that operates as if the individual were motivated to attain a cognitive mastery of the casual structure of his

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