Psychology Definitions: Personal Constructs
Personal constructs is the individual way we gather information from experience, evaluate it, and develop an interpretation of meaning. The ultimate outcome of personal construct is subjective experience.
Because we all use personal constructs with an experience, we can experience the same event or sequence of events but have a completely different subjective experience, influencing emotions, memories and future evaluations of experience.
Personal Construct Psychology:
Personal construct psychology is a psychological theory developed by George Kelly in 1955.
Personal construct theory suggests that we develop personal constructs about how the world works. We then use these constructs to make sense of the experience.
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