Interview profile help

Choose a person who is close to your own age and interview that person to learn more about them. In addition to the interview compare and contrast the responses from your interview with your own responses to the same question.
o Does the interviewee remember information more accurately if he/she observes the behavior being performed or does he/she prefer to read how the behavior is performed?
o Does the interviewee prefer studying in a library, or at home where there are background noises and some distractions?
o Which experiences does this person feel contributed most in the development of his/her personality?
o Does this person feel that he/she is self-monitoring in regards to his/her attitudes? How or how not?
o What does the interviewee feel was the strongest influence on his/her attitudes?
o What role does your interviewee feel a person's race, gender, or ethnicity play when forming that person's personality and attitudes?
o Does this person feel he/she is better at tasks when intrinsically motivated or extrinsically motivated?

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...ry parent that provoked me to be an independent soul. I am a risk taker and sage on stage. This powerful parent actually discouraged me from drawing attention to myself and attempted to steer me toward traditional life choices where in the end, I have done almost the opposite. Can't say I am entirely a un-resolved toddler or Contrary Mary or am this way BECAUSE of the particular parent but as it turns out, the restriction apparently provoked the empowerment to do what was right (according to MY inner-direction) rather than the standards and choices of the parent or culture around me.

o Does this person feel that he/she is self-monitoring in regards to his/her attitudes? How or how not? I am very introspective and aware of what is appropriate in the view of 'society' but I am not timid about standing up to high authority, if something makes no sense or is unjust. Most are too afraid to do what is right and just follow what everybody else does, the safe path, but when provoked and after strategic thinking, I believe I know what I am doing, how I feel and my actions and beliefs are right for me. I am very aware of my attitudes and direction in life. {hope that answers that question!}

o What does the interviewee feel was the strongest influence on his/her attitudes?
I have experienced a lot of tough times, blackmail/scapegoat at jobs, people who have commended me for standing up for the little guy and for myself instead of whimpering off unnoticed has come from picking my fights and going for the ones I feel I will win and not giving up. Usually, the actions have turned out to help others at my expense but winning has only made me believe ...