How the diametrically opposed views of B. F. Skinner and Carl Rogers point to learning processes as explanations for personality development. Psychologist and personality theorist Hans Eysenck believed that personality was the fundamental enquiry of psychology1. Our personalities are the patterns of characteristic thoughts, behaviours and feelings that mould individual differences and the identities we … Continue reading Personality: A process of learning?
Time is what we want most, but what we use worst William Penn Sometimes when I am napping or day-dreaming, my mind creates little stories, similar to the kind of stories you inhale when reading a book. Visually they are a fuzzy representation of words on a page, as though I am reading and creating … Continue reading Time constraint
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