Personality Patterns as an Ontological Viewpoint of Human Authenticity
In their endeavours to undestanding human identity, professionals of psychology and sociology,have often used different approaches and positions. Their arguments range from the genuine intrapsychic and macro-social viewpoints (Gecas and Burke,1995) to the identification of processes and affilated terminologies (House,1977).Researches for a stable identity state consitute one of the fundamental approaches of personality studies in the three recent decades (Marcia,1966).The great identity resources vary in the degree of importance:the most tangible sources are shown in the individual behavior and relevance whereas the less tangible sources constitute the features of our personality.
The present article aims to bring a highlight on the influence of ontogenesis, personality traits and patterns to the comprehensive human Being in the context of a normal and abnormal sociological and psychological settings.
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