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Margaret Mead and the Cultural Factors

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Margaret Mead‘s publications demonstrated the profound influence of cultural factors in the structuring of personality ?

Margaret Mead described the sex and temperament in three primitives societies in which “masculine” and “feminine” traits and occupations differed those of our own culture. She wrote that in a book published in 1935.

(Edited by María Moya Guirao, MD)

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Paranoid Personalities

Paranoid Personalities are very sensitive to interpersonal relationships and tend to find malevolent intentions behind innocent acts by others.

These persons, Paranoid Personalities, are most often envious and inflexible.
This personality pattern is likely developed among those who feel particularly inferior.

(Edited by Dr. María Moya Guirao, MD)

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