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The concept of personality in psychology. The essence of personality and the factors of its formation

In psychological science, the category of "personality" refers to the number of basic concepts. However, the concept of personality is not purely psychological and is studied by all social sciences, including philosophy, sociology, pedagogy. From the standpoint of psychological science, a person is a specific person, taken in the system of his stable socially determined psychological characteristics, which are manifested in social connections and relationships, determine his moral actions and are essential for him and others.

It should be noted that in psychological science there is no unequivocal answer to the question of the correlation in the personality of biological and social, as there is no consensus on how much the biological principle affects the development of the personality as a whole. Therefore, when solving practical problems of psychological support for the activities of military personnel, one should take into account both personal and individual psychological characteristics.

Another, no less debatable question is the question of the structure of personality. When considering the structure of personality, it usually includes abilities, temperament, character, motivation and social attitudes.

Abilities are individually stable properties of a person that determine his success in various activities. Temperament includes qualities on which a person’s reactions to other people and social circumstances depend. Character contains qualities that determine a person’s actions in relation to other people. Motivation is a set of motivations for activity, and social attitudes are people's beliefs and attitudes. In addition, a number of authors include such concepts as will and emotions in the structure of personality [3, p. 97; 7, p.105]

The formation of personality is carried out in the processes of socialization of individuals and directed education: the development of social norms and functions (social roles) by them through the mastery of diverse types and forms of activity.
The wealth of which determines the wealth of the individual. The alienation of certain types and forms of activity inherent in a holistic generic person (due to the social division of labor, which is fixed in a class-antagonistic society by its social structure) determines the formation of a one-sidedly developed personality that perceives its own activity as unfree, imposed from the outside, alien. On the contrary, the appropriation of the entire integrity of historically developed types and forms of activity by each individual in a society devoid of class-antagonistic contradictions is an indispensable prerequisite for the comprehensive and harmonious development of the individual. In addition to public ones, a person acquires features arising from the specific conditions of life of special social communities, of which individuals are members, i.e. class, socio-professional, national-ethnic, socio-territorial and gender and age. The development of the traits inherent in these diverse communities, as well as the social roles performed by individuals in group and collective activities, on the one hand, is expressed in the social-typical manifestations of behavior and consciousness, and on the other hand, gives the individual a unique personality, since these socially determined qualities are structured into a stable integrity based on the psychophysical properties of the subject. As a subject of social relations, a person is characterized by active creative activity, which, however, becomes possible and productive due to the mastery of a culture inherited from previous generations.
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The concept of personality in psychology. The essence of personality and the factors of its formation

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