Character

Character is a set of individual mental properties of a person, superimposing an imprint on his behavior and activities. Nature gives man the unique identity, being one of the most important features of individuality of the entity.
Traits are divided into General (initiative, persistence, frivolity, judgment etc); traits, which expresses the individual's relationship to other people (kindness, restraint, sociability etc); traits, expressing the relation of man to himself (modesty, self-critical, self-conceit);
features, expressing the relation of man to work (hard work, laziness, etc.). In nature manifested volitional characteristics and peculiarities of the emotional sphere, temperament and intellect.
The physiological basis of character is the combination of the acquired sustainable temporal relations and genetic type of higher nervous activity. Human nature is formed in a certain social environment. Character traits such as honesty, integrity, due care and living conditions. The type of higher nervous activity will depend on the forms of nature, for example quiet persistence phlegmatic and passionate, impulsive persistence choleric.
Traits - stable personality traits, but they are not the same. A person's character is formed gradually under the regulating influence of social conditions, education and training.
Of great importance in shaping the character have education in the family and the school, the behavior of others, the world of man, etc. For the establishment and development of nature in childhood and adolescence health workers can have some impact, helping educators and teachers in the organization of pedagogical the process in such a way as to strengthen the positive and suppress negative manifestations traits in children.

Character (from the Greek. charakter is a distinctive feature, the feature) - a set of individual mental properties of a person, superimposing an imprint on his behavior and activities. Character causes the individual identity of the actions and operations, gives psychological definition of every individual. Traits are manifested in directivity of personality, and the way of acting. Traits can be classified (by B. M. Teplov): General features (initiative, persistence, judgment, frivolous, and so on); traits, which expresses the individual's relationship to other people (sociability, isolation, kindness, etc.,); traits, expressing the relation of man to himself (modesty, self-conceit, and so on); traits, which expresses the relation of man to work (hard work, laziness, etc.,). Various aspects of the character interdependent.
The character traits are volitional characteristics and peculiarities of the emotional sphere and intelligence.
Traits is very stable personality traits, but they are not something innate and immutable. H. is formed gradually. Illegal attempts excessive rapprochement H. and such anatomical or physiological characteristics of the organism, as a body structure, the structure of blood vessels, blood composition, etc., H. cannot be deduced from any of unconscious drives and instincts.
Marxist psychology does not deny specific role of natural, hereditary conditions of the development of personality. But nature as a set of complex mental most essential features of man depends on the socio-historical conditions of life and activity, is being formed in a certain social environment. In the course of overcoming the difficulties some features of Agricultural not only manifest themselves, but also developed and developing. On the formation of Agricultural affected by such factors as participation in practical activities, diverse influence of collective assimilation of social mores, etc. character Development in childhood and adolescence is under regulatory impact of training and education. This refers also to the deviations in the development of Agricultural
Disharmony personality, pathological sharpening of the individual traits also occur depending on the surrounding influences and cannot be considered only as a consequence of inborn characteristics.
Direct physiological basis of Agriculture is a peculiar combination of sustainable systems of temporary connections and characteristics of the type of higher nervous activity (see). According to I. P. Pavlov, character, or "final cash nervous activity", a mixture of the traits of the type and changes caused by the external environment. It should be borne in mind and typological differences in the ratio of signal systems - so-called specifically human types.
At any type of the nervous system can be worked out socially useful properties of the person. Nature is inextricably linked with the temperament, but the latter effect only on the forms of manifestation of particular features of H. and takes a subordinate place in the structure of personality. Knowledge of Agricultural allows largely to predict the actions and deeds of a person in different situations and constitutes the most important precondition individual approach to personality. Cm. also the Psyche.