Human Behaviour1 min 380 1 min 380
A deep dive into your personality reveals you your glaze and grey girds. A personality inculcated in you, or a personality developed by you. Which nerve will you opt? Obviously, for most of us, a self-developed personality. Because that's what 'personality' in true sense means. Splitting it up into 'personal+ity' is the entity one possess about oneself in person.
And wikily, the combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual's distinctive character. Being a psychology experimentee; for me, personality is a psychodamic to new stories, in varied people. It is what steers the true aesthetic parameters of any personality. Just as William Wundt's 'structuralism' is a method of interpretation and analysis of aspects of human cognition, behaviour, culture, and experience, which focuses on relationships of contrast between elements in a conceptual system.
Quite similar is the instance of human behaviour. If asked, I'd define human behaviour to be the building blocks of the human mind. Which results in outcasting of behaviour i.e. covert and overt.
Now lets spin the bottle again, ponder again, let's inch to the school of 'musings'. Here, Think! Think!! Think!!!
And.... now so that I've thought, I will extrapolate by penning 'Human behaviour is the dynamic manifestation of one's personality.'