May 29th, 2015
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Aberystwyth University
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In this Personality Development course you will learn in-depth information about personalities. You will gain a better understanding about those around you and also more about who you are and how you got to be that way. This course starts with a basic introduction of personality. It then goes on to look at theories of personality development, the stages of development theories, key researchers in personality psychology, and the main influences on personality development. You will also delve into looking at basic personality traits, including values, beliefs, and nature versus nurture. You will learn about your own personality and how you can use that information in career choices and to make changes. You will also learn about some personality disorders and how to put all the information together to use it to your personal or career advantage.

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PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT1. Definition ifjHkk"kk:Personality O;fRo The various aspects of a person's character y{k.k that combine to makethem different from other people The qualities xq.k of a person's character that make them interesting andattractive vkd"kZdSelf-development O;fRo fodkl The process by which a person's character and abilities {kerk aredeveloped(Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary)2. Biblical Basis:Jesus concludes the Sermon on the Mount igkM+h mins'k (Matthew 5-7) withtwo illustrations: Tree and its fruit (Matt 7:15-23) isM+ ds Qy Wise and foolish builders (Matt 7:24-27) ?kj cukusokys cqf)ekuvkSj ew[kZ euq";Jesus was teaching the Jews but the same is applicable to Christians like us. Jesusexpects that we should be known by our fruit (character / personality). We must buildour life (character traits / attitudes f"Vdks.k) on the rock which can bear allstorms (Eph 4:15 ge lc ckrksa esa fodflr djsaxs dh ge elhgdh rjg cu tk,)3. Biblical Factors:Jesus explained his standard for Christian life in Sermon on the Mount (Matt 5-7).The major points are listed below:Character LoHkko (5:1-12): broken hearted iNrk;k gqvk (humble, notproud), mourn (repent of sins iNrkuk), meek uez (self control la;e, gentle),hunger for righteousness and justice, merciful ikyq (kind, forgiving), purityifo=, peacemakers 'kkafr cukusokys (seeking unity)Influence Hkko (5:13-16): Salt ued and light T;ksfrRighteousness /kk

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