Psychodynamic

PSYCHODYNAMIC 3

sis a psychological approach to studying people’s behavior byconsidering the forces behind their reactions to differentsituations. This approach is based on the belief that actions are aresult of various environmental exposures, mind sets, personalbeliefs as well as upbringing all which act in unconsciousness.Sigmund Freud, considering the famous law of thermodynamics developedthis approach with the sense that human action is also a result ofseveral psychological forces in the mind (Frawley-O`Dea &amp Sarnat,2012). This concept ignores scientific opinions on behavioralconflict among people and assumes that present behaviors are dictatedby childhood experiences that are slowly embedded into thesubconscious mind over time. It is a vital tool in therapy.

Consideringthe survey tool used, I am an extrovert who is fact inclined andpractical yet attentive to details. I also stick to schedules andplans while making firm and independent decisions at all times.

Beingan outgoing person, I can easily make friends even in newenvironments as well as adapt easily to fresh environments (Jarvis,2004). I am also a fact oriented person who tries to reason logicallyother than propose to the views of others. This implies that I canmake objective decisions that are not sourced from other people’sopinions on issues. Attention to detail implies I am a close toperfection person who is highly quality sensitive at all times. In mycase, decision making is highly independent, which reduces emotionalattachment to happenings around me. This however does not take awaythe humanity part of me which sometimes tends to take the upper handwhen matters seem too heavy to handle. From the results discussedabove, I strongly agree with the results since I fit into thespecified categories provided by the tool.

References

Frawley-O`Dea,M. G., &amp Sarnat, M. E. (2012).&nbspSupervisoryRelationship: A Contemporary Approach.New York: Guilford Publications.

Jarvis,M. (2004).&nbsppsychology: Classical theory and contemporary research.London: Thomson.