Jordan Peterson – Discovering Personality
Discovering Personality – This course is based on the Big Five Personality Model. The Big Five personality traits, also known as the five-factor model (FFM), or by the mnemonic “OCEAN”, is a taxonomy for personality traits. Scientists developed the five-factor model following statistical analysis of the language people use to describe other people. They found that personality adjectives tended to clump into five major categories. The five-factor model emerged from this, and it includes the following traits:
5. Openness to experience
HOW WILL THIS COURSE HELP YOU?
- Discover the implicit strengths and weaknesses in your personality and how they can be leveraged to thrive in the world.
- Improve your ability to deal with and understand those around you who have different personalities.
- Understand how negative emotion relates to personality, how your personality can predispose you to disorders such as depression and anxiety, and what you can do to mitigate it.
- Understand the gender differences in personality, and the sociological, political, and economic ramifications of these differences.
- Learn valuable insights that can improve many aspects of your life from your work to your personal development, career, relationships and parenthood.
- INTRODUCTORY LECTURE
The introductory lecture is an interview with Dr. Peterson discussing the big picture behind the course and its origins. These lectures are the result of years of research, thought, debate, and intellectual refinement. He also speaks about what you will learn in the course and why it is valuable in the present day.
- LECTURE 1
This lecture introduces the philosophical and psychological underpinnings of personality theory and why you should learn about personality.
- LECTURE 2
This lecture introduces the five-factor model, which will form the basis of the course.
- LECTURE 3
Learn about the first of the Big Five personality traits: Extraversion. Extraversion is responsible for our positive emotions.
- LECTURE 4
This lecture introduces the personality dimension of neuroticism, which describes a person’s tendency to experience negative emotion.
- LECTURE 5
This lecture is about the personality trait agreeableness. High agreeableness is associated with maternal care, while low agreeableness is linked with competitive behaviour. Is one better than the other?
- LECTURE 6
In this lecture, you will learn about the gender differences in personality, and the sociological, political, and economic ramifications of these differences.
- LECTURE 7
Discover how conscientiousness shapes your life and your career and why it’s historically the biggest predictor of modern day success.
- LECTURE 8
Learn about openness to experience, the personality trait related to creativity, curiosity and interest in ideas.
Name of Course: Jordan Peterson – Discovering Personality
Release Date: 2020
Author Price: $140
Our Price: $19.95
Delivery Method: Free Download (Mega)
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