The motives of the personality in psychology are a certain internal strength of a person that encourages him to act, which is important for achieving the goal that the individual has determined for himself. In a scientific light, the definition of personality motives is very diverse. Some researchers believe that this is an idea, as well as a representation of the personality, while others call it the motives of the person’s thoughts and attitudes, which he adheres to, guided by [...]
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The personality character is a qualitative individual characteristic that combines the stable and constant properties of the psyche that determine the behavior and characteristics of a person’s relationship. Literally, translated from Greek, character means omen, trait. Character in the structure of personality combines a combination of its various qualities and properties that leave an imprint on behavior, activity and individual manifestation. The set of essential, [...]
Empathy is a conscious empathy for another person in his emotional state. Therefore, empath is a person who has developed the ability to empathize. The development of empathy has a significant place in the development of emotional intelligence. It helps to know the emotional state of a person, while focusing on gestures and facial expressions. With the help of empathy, empathy makes it possible to understand the emotions of the interlocutor. She is desirable [...]
Self-identity of a person is such a person’s ability that helps him to realize his own “I”, as well as his interests, needs, values, his behavior and feelings. All these elements interact functionally and genetically, but do not evolve at once. This skill arises with birth and is modified throughout the development of man. In modern psychology, there are three points of view on [...]
Personality motivation is the motivation that pushes us to action. Under the motivation also understand the ability of the individual to effectively and actively meet their needs. Personal motivation in psychology is a dynamic process that includes psychophysiological mechanisms that control a person’s behavior and determine his stability, orientation, organization, activity. Motivation and personality of Maslow In his works, Abraham Maslow [...]
Assertiveness is the ability of a person with dignity and confidently to assert his rights, while not depending on external evaluations, influences and not violating the rights of others. This ability is manifested in independence in regulating one's own behavior. The usual model of human behavior comes down to two extremes: aggression or passivity. The first case is marked by a veiled or overt desire to dominate and manipulate [...]
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a serious disease that is prevalent mainly in large cities, mainly in developed countries. The increasingly intense rhythm of life leaves its mark on people's health. Workaholics, young people aged 25 to 45, with higher education, aspiring up the career ladder to succeed, are most susceptible to this disease. Among them are women [...]