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Personality Development

and Public Relations

The Study of Self-Awareness and SelfDevelopment

Mr. Albert P. Hallares


Instructor

Course Objectives

This course deals with the study of


ones personality, how it involves
and molds ones awareness.
This course aims to make student
aware of all facets of his/her
personality.
This course aims to improve his/her
dealings with different types of
people.

Why should I study


Personality Dev.?

To prepare myself in dealing with the


different personal or social situations in my
life.
To develop myself and be a better person.
To deal with the different situations with
dignity and grace.
To be more confident in my own skin
(self).
To change the bad things about myself and
renew my identity with confidence.

Incorporated College
Course

Psychology
Cosmetology
Fashion
Public Health
Oral Communication
Sociology
Ethics and Morality
Social Etiquettes

Topics

Meaning of Personality
Theories of Personality
Foundations of Personality
The Mental Aspect
The Social Aspect
Physical Attributes of Personality
The Moral and Spiritual
Components
Emotions
Stress

Course Requirements

Major Examinations

30 %

Midterm Examination (Written Test)


Finals Examination (Practical Test)

Mini Pageant
Public Speech

Quizzes
Activities
Recitation
Attendance

15 %
25 %
20 %
10 %

Personality Test

[Sense Appeal]

Observe the following pictures.


Choose one that you like the most.
Be honest.

Aspects of

Personality

Aspects of an
Individuals Personality

Mental
Emotional
Social
Physical
Moral
Spiritual

Mental Aspect

This refers to his intellectual capacity.


How a person talks, the range of ideas
he expresses, and the things he talks
about, as well as his values and
mental alertness give evidence of his
mental capacity.
The mental aspects depend upon the
intelligence.
Also, the better the
education, the better the personality.

Emotional Aspect

A persons emotional makeup is


shown in his likes and dislikes,
whether he is aggressive or docile,
how he responds when things
become difficult, how quickly he is
given to anger, or whether he can
take a job or not.

Social Aspect

This is seen in how well a person


conducts himself with other people
and how well he observes the rules of
etiquette that govern society.
Social attitudes and behavior are
affected by physiological conditions
and changes, mental alertness, and
the extent of emotional maturity.

Physical Aspect

Heredity and environment determine


the entire physiological system of an
individual. Posture, body build and
size,
complexion
and
facial
expressions,
as
well
as
the
appropriateness and condition of
clothes, comprise the physical
appearance of a person.

Moral Aspect

This aspect of personality has to


do wtih a persons awareness of
the difference between what is
wrong or right.

Spiritual Aspect

People are generally religious but they


differ in what they worship and how they
worship. From the moral lectures they
hear from their respective leaders, priests,
or pastors, they acquire knowledge of the
teachings of their Creator that guide the
lives of men. The spiritual aspect is the
consciousness of the higher values in life.
Religion expresses spiritual value.

Personality
Disorder

Cluster A

Schizoid Personality Disorder.Schizoid


personalities are introverted, withdrawn,
solitary, emotionally cold, and distant.
Paranoid Personality Disorder.The
essential feature for this type of personality
disorder is interpreting the actions of others as
deliberately threatening or demeaning.
Schizotypal Personality Disorder. A
pattern of peculiarities best describes those
with schizotypal personality disorder.

Cluster B

Antisocial Personality Disorder. People with


antisocial personality disorder characteristically
act out their conflicts and ignore normal rules of
social behavior.
Borderline Personality Disorder. People with
borderline personality disorder are unstable in
several areas, including interpersonal
relationships, behavior, mood, and self-image.
Narcissistic Personality Disorder. People
with narcissistic personality have an
exaggerated sense of self-importance.

Cluster C

Avoidant Personality Disorder. Avoidant


personalities are often hypersensitive to rejection
and are unwilling to become involved with others
unless they are sure of being liked.
Dependent Personality Disorder. People with
dependent personality disorder may exhibit a
pattern of dependent and submissive behavior,
relying on others to make decisions for them.
Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder.
Compulsive personalities are conscientious and
have high levels of aspiration, but they also strive
for perfection.