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what issues need to be considered with some personality assessments?
The issues need to be considered with some personality assessments are those sources of erroneous conclusions that may be drawn from face-to-face encounters stem from the complexity of the interview situation, the attitudes, fears, and expectations of the interviewee, and the interviewer’s manner and training.
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The issues need to be considered with some personality assessments are those sources of erroneous conclusions that may be drawn from face-to-face encounters stem from the complexity of the interview situation, the attitudes, fears, and expectations of the interviewee, and the interviewer’s manner and training.
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Personality development theories are dominated by Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, who provided the foundation for the study of personality development.
Freud developed a structural model of the psyche which contained the id, ego and superego. The id is what we are born with and is based on pleasure and immediate gratification. The ego develops over the three years after birth and is based on reality with an understanding that other people have needs and that we can't be selfish. By age five the superego develops which is our moral side or conscience and deals with the ethical restraints of society. In a healthy individual the ego is strong and is able to balance the id and superego, in someone where the id is dominant impulses and gratification dominate the person and in someone with a dominant superego the individual is driven by rigid morals, judgmental and unbending.
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