Personality
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Episode 56

This MCAT Basics podcast covers two aspects of personality:

1. Personality theories 

  • [05:18] Psychoanalytic Theory of Personality
  • [07:50] The Humanistic Theory on Personality
  • [09:37] The Trait Theory
  • [11:30] Social Cognitive Theory
  • [13:37] Biological Perspective of Personality
  • [15:25] The Behaviorist Theory of Personality

2. Personality disorders

  • [17:14] Odd or Eccentric Personality Disorders (cluster A)
  • [21:55] Dramatic, Emotional, or Erratic Behaviors (cluster B)
  • [23:45] Anxious and Fearful Behavior (cluster C)

 

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Jeff Ott, Kim Flottum
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30 min
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