So, what is basic, basic polarities, we meet in the process of understanding personality? What is its basis? The basis theoretical model of personality in the system – Christian integrative therapy (HIT), has been put psychological typology of and developed on the basis of its RP Eslyukom, the archetype of the so-called home-Person. Since, in the development of man is faced with the polar relationship between antagonistic, opposing extremes, I will expound these polarities in pairs, presenting practical techniques, aimed at achievement of internal Marriage. Jung wrote to the fundamental science book "Psychological Types", which has identified four basic psychological functions that govern the orientation of the person in the world: thinking / feeling, intuition / sensing. Also, he identified two types of orientation – extroversion, as referring to an object, and introversion, as an appeal to ideas, to inner peace. In his psychological typology, Carl Jung revealed some structural matrix that determines how the dynamics of individual and social dynamics. Therefore, its typological ideas in the second half of the twentieth century were actively taken up by scientists, and there is a new science – Socionics, which looks at the intersection of psychology, sociology and systems theory, human relations and social dynamics. J. Darius Bikoff is open to suggestions. However, in modern Socionics aspect of the development of compensatory resource person less developed than the study of social interactions, so it makes sense to deepen this work. I will try to briefly describe the psychological functions. Thus, the polarity feeling / thinking; intuition / sensing.
Eminent American psychoanalyst Heinz Kohut, the basis of complex damage to the individual, the so-called disorders of self, or a coherent and consistent view of its human I also thought the absence of a holistic, integrated experience feelings of his personality. Finally, the Swiss psychotherapist Using Jungian methodology (ie, theoretical approaches), and the basic ideas of Jung, I have developed several structural matrices and scientific theories that are allowed to think the basis of the human person, as a structural whole.
2 – Attitudes that determine reactions favorable or favorable in relation to the proper individual and the reality and that they influence the interests and the motivations, contributing to define the level of effort and performance of the individuals and the groups. 3 – Abilities, or aptitudes and abilities, that compose the system of forces that define the professional choices and the level of performance of the individuals and the groups. Leadership, intelligence, mechanisms of learning and resolution of problems are examples of aptitudes that interest the mannering studies. 4 – Feelings and emotions. This area of the organizacional behavior gained great impulse in the end of century XX, when the idea of emotional intelligence was become popular. STYLE OF BEHAVIOR According to Maslow (1975), the motivacional behavior is explained by the necessities human beings. It cites that the motivation is the result of the stimulatons that act with force on individuals, taking them it action.
So that it has action or reaction is necessary that a stimulaton either implemented, either decurrent of thing external or proceeding from the proper organism. This theory in the ones of the idea of a cycle, the Motivacional Cycle. When the motivacional cycle is not become fullfilled, supervenes the frustration of the individual that will be able to assume some attitudes: Aggressive? Anxious for being successful, exactly to the cost of the other. It makes direct boardings, but without tato (ability) with the other. It makes to be valid only its rights and ignores of the other.
It blames the others and it uses sarcasm for ' ' ganhar' ' the situation. Maximum visual contact, high voice, aggressive attitude. Assertive – Search to defend its desires, without ignoring of the others. It makes direct boarding, but stating respect for the person. It hears and it looks for to understand the perspective of the other.