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Personality

Personality is not related to bodily structure alone. It includes both structure and dynamics. Personality is an indivisible unit.

Every personality is unique. Personality refers to persistent qualities of the individual. It expresses consistency and regularity. Personality is acquired. It is influenced by social interaction. It is defined in terms of behavior.

According to Anderson and Parker personality is the totality of habits, attitudes and traits that result from socialization and characterizes us in our relationship with others.

Lawrence A Pewin has given a working definition of personality in these words, "Personality represents those structural and dynamic properties of an individual or individuals as they reflect themselves in characteristic responses to situations.

According to N.L Munn personality may be defined as the most characteristic integration of an individual's structure modes of behavior, interests, attitudes, capacities, abilities and aptitudes.