Beh 225 Final Project

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Interview Profile BEH 225 Introduction to Behavioral Science My interview profile was an evaluation of a 20 year old male where I compared and contrasted my own personality profile. During this interview, I noticed that we all have different attitudes and personalities that depend on how we are raised, environmental factors, experiences, and cultural beliefs. I begin my interview by asking my interviewee basic information. His is a twenty year old guy who is interested in playing football, listening to the music, and surfing the internet. He is currently unemployed and waiting for his deployment as member of the army. He attended some colleges and someday would like to become a computer analyst. Some of his…show more content…
On the other hand, my personality is the exactly opposite of what he has. I am a trustee, and decisive in practical affairs. The guardian of time- honored institutions and very dependable. I scored introverted, sensing, judging, and thinking. What do people usually perspective about motivation? Do we do things because we like doing it? This is what is known as intrinsically motivated. Or we do things in purpose? Getting a reward, or token from someone? This type of motivation is extrinsically motivated. I think most of us prefer to be intrinsically motivated. We like to have fun on what we do instead of being forced to do something that we don’t want to. I and my interviewee are the same, we rather do something that we like to do instead doing something that we don’t want and have something in return. One of my evaluations in my interview profile is self monitoring. It is the tendency of an individual to observe the situation for cues about how to react. I ask my interviewee if he monitors his attitude toward a situation. He responded, “I monitor my attitude when it comes to other people that I am not comfortable with or to people that I am not emotionally close.” With this, I can say that my interviewee observes his attitude being relevant towards his behaviors to the people

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