The assіgnment іs tо сonduct a рsуchobiography. It is designed to help you think more critically about course content and apply it in an insightful way.
Specifically, you will use up to 3 theories of personality (e.g., the five factor model of personality, psychoanalytic theory, attachment theory, or subcomponents of theories depending on breadth and focus) to describe, analyze, and interpret the personality of a specific individual. Students may choose any individual, including themselves, a family member, a friend, a public figure (e.g., a celebrity, a political leader—with the exception of the case studies reviewed in class), or a fictional character (e.g., a character from a novel or movie). [Note: The most difficult personality to analyze may be your own!] Students may choose to focus on the individual’s personality development, their current state, and/or a specific aspect of the individual. The audience for the paper is a person who has completed PSYC-305A.

4 Paper Organization: The paper should be organized as follows: Start with a brief introduction to the person or character. Provide important background information, such as date and place of birth, date of death, residence, family characteristics, etc. In the case of a fictional character, also briefly describe the source. The introduction should end with a thesis statement describing the goals or purpose of the paper. [Approx. ¾ to 1 page for intro.] You will then analyze the person’s personality, applying theories and research (learned in class, presented in the textbook, and/or from other sources) but avoiding lengthy reiterations of course content. Ensure that your analysis is thoughtful and in-depth. You may include interpretations of scores (i.e., ratings of yourself or another) on personality questionnaires to support analyses. [Approx. 6-8 pages for body of paper.) You should then make some concrete conclusions, in which you integrate and connect your analyses, compare and contrast theories and models, discuss limitations of theories and models, and/or formulate broader conclusions about the subject of your analysis. [Approx. 1-1.5 pages for discussion/conclusions.]

Paper Requirements: The written assignment must be typed, double-spaced, in 12-point Times New Roman or similar font, and 8-10 pages in length with 1-inch margins. This is not including your title page and reference section. First-person perspective and direct-quoting are acceptable for this assignment, although the tone should remain formal and non-colloquial (i.e., non-conversational). Although it is not necessary that you use sources of information beyond the lecture material and textbook, the use of additional resources generally strengthens a paper. Accordingly, you are encouraged to cite additional resources (e.g., books, peer-reviewed papers). Note that Wikipedia is not an appropriate source of information to cite in your paper. Any sources of information that are referred to in your paper should be referenced according to the guidelines provided by the American Psychological Association (i.e., APA). If you are not familiar with these guidelines, please refer to the APA Publication Manual or inquire at the University Library for further information. The library has a handout summarizing APA citation procedures available at A tutorial on APA style is available at Headings are optional (but often helpful). When citing lecture content, please use the following formatting:


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