Formulation of Personality

THOMAS, PROF, WILLIAM I.—Assuming that " attitudes " are tendencies to act, and that " values " are objects or goals desired, a personality represents an organization or configuration of attitudes as related to values. The preponderance of certain attitudes and values in the configuration will determine the role the person plays or attempts to play in a society, and will distinguish also the " person " from the " individual."


No notes

Valid HTML 4.01 Strict Valid CSS2