Personality psychology is the focus of some of the best-known psychology theories.

Personality psychology is the focus of some of the best-known psychology theories. To illustrate the discipline’s different theories and approaches to individuality, in this assessment you will examine the application of several theories from a traits perspective to the case of a young woman we call Lola. In this case study assessment, you will hear from Lola, as well as from some of the significant people in her life. Context Understanding the history of psychology, along with an understanding of personality psychology theories, are the main goals for this course. As you get started, concentrate on trait theories and you can apply these to personality. This assessment will help you better understand the role of each theorist in the development of current personality psychology. Instructions Note: This assessment will focus on Lola’s case study from a traits perspective. When accessing the Case Study: Lola presentation (link in the Resources), go to the Unit 1 tab to get the information you need for this assessment. Complete the following: Describe the major personality traits we see in Lola and identify how they might have developed. Use both the five-factor model of personality and Eysenck’s hierarchical model of personality. Explain which theory best describes Lola. Include a description of both models, as well as all five factors and Eysenck’s broad three traits. Read the scoring guide for this assessment before submitting it. When you are done, submit your assessment to faculty. Additional Requirements References: Support your paper with one current peer-reviewed and scholarly resource not more than five years old. Length: Ensure your paper is 23 pages in length, excluding the title page and reference page. Format: Use current APA style guidelines.