What is Personality? : What is Personality? Latin word-”persona”__”mask”worn by Greek actors. The effect and influence left by an individual (with mask) on the audience.
Personality is a complex blend of a constantly evolving and changing pattern of one’s unique behaviour, emerged as a result of one’s interaction with one’s environment and directed towards some specific ends.
Determinants of Personality : Determinants of Personality Genetic Determinants
Genetic Determinants : Genetic Determinants Biological Heredity– Inherited from forefathers in the form of chromosomes.
Social Heredity--- Inherited from preceding generations in the form of social traditions, customs and skills. Acquired knowledge and skills are transmitted to the succeeding generations.
Principles of Heredity : Principles of Heredity Principle of resemblance
Principle of Variability
Genetic Material: Germ cells carry all the characteristics of potential child.
Mechanism of Heredity: Zygote of 46 chromosomes. Minute particles called genes located on chromosomes.
Genetic Code: Chromosomes-long organic molecules of substance DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) connected by chemical bonds.
Dominant and Recessive Traits:Both genes foster identical characteristics-Homozygous condition.
Both paired genes differ in a given characteristic- Heterozygous .
Social Determinants : Social Determinants Role of Home:The first and immediate environment.
Family Morale:Good moral pattern and discord family pattern.
Role of school
Role of the teacher
Cultural Determinants : Cultural Determinants Internalization of values,ideas,beliefs
Institutionalization: Religions, faiths and creeds with different religious faiths ,beliefs, prayers and cultural programmes.
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