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1. DEFINITION: Leal, vidales and vidales (1997pose the personality from different point of view, wich are: a) organization total reactive tendencies b) as a habitual mode of asjustments that the orgaism mak es between its internal impulses C) as an integrated system of attitudes and trends

2. pshychological perspectives of personality: It is complex entity that is multi-faceted. people can change behaivor and communication patterns and remain the sam, what remains is the peronality

3. Theory of trait: they refer to the particular characterustics of each individual such as astemperament, adaption, emotional lability and the values that allow the individual to revolve around a particular charesteristic (engler, 1996)

4. Beheavioral theory of personality_ The behavioral approach to personality emphasizes situational specificity, downplaying internal manifestations (Pervin &John, 1998). Finally, Skinner's vision conceives behavior as a product elicited by the environment, are presented that can act as reinforcersthat increase the behavioral incidence.

5. Personality Theorias: Personality instruments are designed to establish similarities and differences between various individuals in terms of behavioral manifestations.

6. Cognitive personality theory: this theory states that behavior is guided by the way one thinks and acts in the faceof situations: however, it does not neglect the contigenvies offered by the immediate enviroment in amy situation

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7. Integrative theory of personality: Set objectives such as: a) develop a broad personality model, which enables the integration of the main theories. which organizes the main achievements of empirical research incorporating intelligence; b) define the personality from the theoretical identifi cation of the factors or facets of the large c) base the understandingof personality from an evolutionary approach d) Offer a model of features thatincorporates the currently active paradigms, surpassing the descriptive concept of the structure and allowing to get involved with the processes (Lluis, 2002). /