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Oprah Winfrey: Personality Assessment from Three Phychological Theories

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Oprah overcame extreme poverty and physical and sexual abuse in childhood.Yet she became one of the wealthiest and most influential women in the world and is now a:•TV personality •Actress•Author•Philanthropist

https://www.goodtherapy.org/learn-about-therapy/types/humanistic-psychology Humanistic PsychologyHumanistic psychology (humanism) is grounded in the belief that people are innately good. This type of psychology holds that morality, ethical...Goodtherapy

“You have to know what sparks the light in you so that you, in your own way, can illuminate the world.”

Introduction: Oprah Winfrey Has Overcome Poverty & Abuse to Achieve Incredible Personal & Financial Success

https://www.nickiswift.com/26287/oprah-overcame-extreme-hardship/ How Oprah Overcame Extreme Hardship - Nicki SwiftGetty Images Oprah Winfrey, the queen of everything, has gone through a lot to get to where she is today. Against all odds, she worked her way up...NickiSwift.com

We will explore the Trait, Biology & Humanism Theories of Psychology as possible reasons!

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Trait Theory: https://www.verywellmind.com/trait-theory-of-personality-2795955 What the Trait Theory Says About How Our Personalities Are ComposedThe trait theory of personality suggests that people have certain basic traits and it is the strength and intensity of those traits that account for...Verywell Mind Biology Theory of Psychology https://www.simplypsychology.org/biological-psychology.html Biological Approach in PsychologyThe biological approach believes behavior to be a consequence of our genetics and physiology. It is the only approach in psychology that examines...Simply Psychology Humanism https://positivepsychology.com/humanistic-psychology/ Humanistic Psychology's Approach to Wellbeing: 3 TheoriesDespite what the media may depict, people are innately good. That sounds quite nice, doesn't it? Let's repeat that again. Humans are innately good....PositivePsychology.com


EXTRAVERSION: Oprah scores high in Extraversion by being outgoing, talkative, warm, gaining energy by being in the world, having successful relationships, being gregarious, assertive and seeking excitement.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/extroversion ExtroversionExtroversion is a personality trait typically characterized by outgoingness, high energy, and/or talkativeness. In general, the term refers to a...Psychology Today

"Oprah has been called “the most powerful woman in the world.”-Academy of Achievement

It doesn't matter who you are, where you come from. The ability to triumph begins with you. Always.The Queen of Daytime TVDATE OF BIRTHJanuary 29, 1954Born to an unwed teenage mother, Oprah Winfrey spent her first years on her grandmother’s farm in Kosciusko, Mississippi, while her mother looked for work in the North. Life on the farm was primitive, but her grandmother taught her to read very early, and at age three Oprah was reciting poems and Bible verses in local churches. Despite the hardships of her physical environment, she enjoyed the loving support of her grandmother and the church community, who cherished her as a gifted child. In the summer of 1971, Oprah Winfrey won the Miss Fire Prevention contest sponsored by the local radio station WVOL in Nashville, Tennessee. When she went back to the radio station to claim her prize, a Longines watch and a “digital” clock radio, the DJ asked if she’d ever heard her voice on tape and gave her some wire copy to read. She left with the biggest prize of all — her first job in broadcasting. She was 17 years old. (Photo credit: Oprah Winfrey)Her world changed for the worse at age six, when she was sent to Milwaukee to live with her mother, who had found work as a housemaid. In the long days when her mother was absent from their inner-city apartment, young Oprah was repeatedly molested by male relatives and another visitor. June 26, 1978: Oprah Winfrey becomes co-anchor of WJZ’s Eyewitness News in Baltimore, Maryland. (Getty ImageThe abuse, which lasted from the ages of nine to 13, was emotionally devastating. When she tried to run away, she was sent to a juvenile detention home, only to be denied admission because all the beds were filled. At 14, she was out of the house and on her own. By her own account, she was sexually promiscuous as a teenager. After giving birth to a baby boy who died in infancy, she went to Nashville, Tennessee to live with her father.Left: Awards Council member and the Banquet moderator Oprah Winfrey presents the American Academy of Achievement’s Golden Plate Award to acclaimed author, poet, and civil rights activist Maya Angelou during 1990 Academy of Achievement Summit in Chicago, Illinois. Center: Academy guest of honor Oprah Winfrey and Academy member Nobel laureate Leon Lederman at the Banquet of the Golden Plate ceremonies during the 1989 Academy of Achievement Summit in San Francisco; Right: Academy guest of honor Oprah Winfrey addresses delegates and members at the Banquet of the Golden Plate at the 1989 Achievement Summit in San Francisco.Vernon Winfrey was a strict disciplinarian, but he gave his daughter the secure home life she needed. He saw to it that she met a curfew, and he required her to read a book and write a book report each week. “As strict as he was,” says Oprah, “he had some concerns about me making the best of my life, and would not accept anything less than what he thought was my best.” In this structured environment, Oprah flourished, and became an honor student, winning prizes for oratory and dramatic recitation. 1990: The Oprah Winfrey Show aired nationally for 25 seasons from September 8, 1986 to May 25, 2011 in Chicago. Produced and also hosted by Oprah Winfrey, it remains the highest-rated talk show in American television history.At age 17, Oprah Winfrey won the Miss Black Tennessee beauty pageant and was offered an on-air job at WVOL, a radio station serving the African American community in Nashville. She also won a full scholarship to Tennessee State University, where she majored in speech communications and performing arts. Oprah continued to work at WVOL in her first years of college, but her broadcasting career was already taking off. She left school and signed on with a local television station as a reporter and anchor. Television personality, actress and media entrepreneur Oprah Winfrey with producer and composer Quincy Jones in New York City, 1995. Quincy Jones cast Oprah Winfrey in The Color Purple, which changed the trajectory of her career. She had never acted, and he said, “Baby, your future is so bright, it burns my eyes.” (© Time Life Pictures)In 1976, she moved to Baltimore to join WJZ-TV News as a co-anchor. There, she co-hosted her first talk show, People Are Talking, while continuing to serve as anchor and news reporter. She had found a niche that perfectly suited her outgoing, empathetic personality, and word soon spread to other cities. In January 1984, she was invited to Chicago to host a faltering half-hour morning program on WLS-TV. In less than a year, she turned AM Chicago into the hottest show in town. The format was soon expanded to an hour, and in September 1985 it was renamed The Oprah Winfrey Show. The 1985 period drama film The Color Purple, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glover, and Oprah Winfrey, based on Alice Walker’s Pulitzer prize-winning novel. (John D. Kisch and Getty Images)A year later, The Oprah Winfrey Show was broadcast nationally, and quickly became the number one talk show in national syndication. In 1987, its first year of eligibility, the show received three Daytime Emmy Awards in the categories of Outstanding Host, Outstanding Talk/Service Program and Outstanding Direction. The following year, the show received its second consecutive Emmy as Outstanding Talk/Service Program, and Oprah herself received the International Radio and Television Society’s “Broadcaster of the Year” Award. She was the youngest person ever to receive the honor. Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison joins Oprah Winfrey on Oprah’s Book Club in 1996. (© Reuters/CORBIS)By the time America fell in love with Oprah Winfrey the talk show host, she had already captured the nation’s attention with her poignant portrayal of Sofia in Steven Spielberg’s 1985 adaptation of Alice Walker’s novel The Color Purple. Winfrey’s performance earned her nominations for an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award as Best Supporting Actress. Critics again lauded her performance in Native Son, a movie adaptation of Richard Wright’s classic 1940 novel. TIME magazine featured Oprah Winfrey on the cover of its October 5, 1998 issue. (Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)Her love of acting and her desire to bring quality entertainment projects into production prompted her to form her own production company, Harpo Productions, Inc., in 1986. Today, Harpo is a formidable force in film and television production, as well as magazine publishing and the Internet. In 1988, Harpo Productions, Inc. acquired ownership and all production responsibilities for The Oprah Winfrey Show from Capital Cities/ABC, making Oprah Winfrey the first woman in history to own and produce her own talk show. The following year, Harpo produced its first television miniseries, The Women of Brewster Place, with Oprah Winfrey as star and executive producer. It was quickly followed by the TV movies There Are No Children Here (1993), and Before Women Had Wings (1997), which she both produced and appeared in. April 2000: Tina Turner performing with Oprah on stage at the launch party for her new magazine, O, in New York.Initially, The Oprah Winfrey Show followed a model established by other daytime talk shows, employing sensational stories and outrageous guests to attract viewers, but since the 1990s, Oprah began to emphasize spiritual values, healthy living and self-help, and her program became more popular than ever. Motivated in part by her own memories of childhood abuse, she initiated a campaign to establish a national database of convicted child abusers, and testified before a U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on behalf of a National Child Protection Act. President Clinton signed the “Oprah Bill” into law in 1993, establishing the national database she had sought, which is now available to law enforcement agencies and concerned parties across the country. Oprah’s show also continued to attract the top names in the entertainment industry; a 1993 interview with the reclusive entertainer Michael Jackson drew 100 million viewers, making it the most-watched interview in television history. Oprah Winfrey was named one of the “100 Most Influential People of the 20th Century” by Time magazine, and in 1998 received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. December 6, 2002: Henley On Klip, Gauteng Province, South Africa: Nelson Mandela places his arm around the shoulders of author and talk show host Oprah Winfrey at the launch of her $10 million Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa. She described Mandela as her “hero” and he called her a “queen.” (Louise Gubb/Corbis)Despite her complete dominance of the daytime talk show field, Oprah Winfrey had not given up her acting ambitions. In 1998, she produced and starred in the feature film Beloved, adapted from the book by the Nobel Prize-winning American author Toni Morrison. Winfrey has long used her television program to champion the works of authors she admires, including Morrison, and her longtime friend Maya Angelou. Her influence over the publishing industry exploded when she began her on-air book club in 1996. “Oprah Book Club” selections became instant bestsellers, and in 1999 Winfrey received the National Book Foundation’s 50th-anniversary gold medal for her service to books and authors. She herself has authored five books. A book on weight loss, co-written with her personal trainer, received a publisher’s advance fee reported to be the highest in history. January 2007: Oprah Winfrey cuts the ribbon at the Leadership Academy, a school for girls in South Africa. (Corbis)Oprah Winfrey’s business interests have extended well beyond her own production company. She is one of the partners in Oxygen Media, Inc., a cable channel and interactive network presenting programming designed primarily for women. With her success, she has also become one of the world’s most generous philanthropists. In 2000, Oprah’s Angel Network began presenting a $100,000 “Use Your Life Award” to people who are using their own lives to improve the lives of others. She now publishes two magazines: O, The Oprah Magazine, and O at Home. The launch of her first magazine was the most successful start-up in the history of the industry. When Forbes published its list of America’s billionaires for the year 2003, it disclosed that Oprah Winfrey was the first African American woman to become a billionaire. December 2007: Oprah Winfrey joins Senator Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, on presidential campaign trail.The Oprah Winfrey Show remained as popular as ever, airing in 140 countries around the world. Many of her regular guests, including Dr. Phil McGraw and Dr. Mehmet Oz, have gone on to shows of their own, produced by Oprah’s Harpo Productions. Over the years, she has also used her program to promote the many philanthropic ventures she supports. After filming a Christmas program in South Africa, she established the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls, near Johannesburg. Her legendary generosity has extended not only to her favorite charities, but to her loyal viewers. She celebrated the beginning of her 20th season on national television by giving every member of the studio audience a brand new Pontiac automobile. November 20, 2013: President Barack Obama presents Oprah Winfrey with Presidential Medal of Freedom during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in Washington. The medal is the country’s foremost civilian honor.Two decades after she first established herself as a national presence, Oprah Winfrey was still devoting much of her prodigious energy to film and television production. In 2005, she produced a film adaptation of Zora Neale Hurston’s novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, with a screenplay by Suzan-Lori Parks. The same year, she produced a successful Broadway musical version of The Color Purple. As an actress, she has been heard in a number of successful animated films, including Charlotte’s Web, Bee Movie and The Princess and the Frog. 2014: Oprah Winfrey presents Sidney Poitier with the Gold Medal of the Academy of Achievement in Los Angeles.In the 2008 presidential election, Winfrey publicly endorsed a political candidate for the first time, hosting a fundraiser for Senator Barack Obama and appearing with him at campaign events. It is widely believed that her support was crucial to his winning the Democratic nomination — and the presidency itself. In that election year, she also announced plans for a new broadcasting venture with the Discovery Health Channel, to be renamed Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN). In a 2010 interview on the Larry King program at the end of that year, she announced her decision to end her run on The Oprah Winfrey Show. The final broadcast took place on May 25, 2011, after 24 seasons and over 5,000 broadcasts. The end of the syndicated program was not the end of Oprah Winfrey’s broadcasting career. She now hosts a nightly program, Oprah’s Lifeclass, on the Oprah Winfrey Network. September 24, 2016: Oprah Winfrey and actor Will Smith greet the crowd before quoting poems of famous African American poets during the dedication of the inspiring National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., before the museum opens to the public later that day. The museum is a Smithsonian Institution museum located on the National Mall featuring African American history and culture in the United States. (Getty)Oprah Winfrey makes her principal home on a 42-acre ocean-view estate in Montecito, California, just south of Santa Barbara, but also owns homes in another six states and the island of Antigua. The business press measures her wealth in numerous superlatives: the highest-paid performer on television, the richest self-made woman in America, and the richest African American of the 20th century. More difficult to calculate is her profound influence over the way people everywhere read, eat, exercise, feel and think about themselves and the world around them. She appears on every list of leading opinion-makers, and has been rightly called “the most powerful woman in the world.” Her wide-ranging philanthropic efforts were recognized by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2011 with a special Oscar statuette, the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. In 2013, President Barack Obama awarded her the nation’s highest civilian honor, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Oprah Winfrey has also donated more than $20 million to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. On September 24, 2016, she participated in a dedication ceremony during the grand opening of the Washington, D.C. museum, which includes the 350-seat Oprah Winfrey Theater, named in her honor.

CONSCIENTIOUSNESS: Oprah would score high on Conscientiousness by showing achievement striving, competence, being organized, thorough, planful, responsible, and having integrity at work.

https://www.verywellmind.com/how-conscientiousness-affects-your-behavior-4843763 Understanding How Conscientiousness Affects Your BehaviorWhen someone is conscientious, they are able to exercise self-discipline and self-control in order to pursue and ultimately achieve their goals....Verywell Mind

BIOLOGY THEORY (#2 of 3): There are likely biological reasons for Oprah's extroverted personality, including:

Despite the nuances, complexities, and unknowns of the relationship between neurobiology and personality, there is still a cause-and-effect relationship between the brain, personality, and the environment (.Funder, 2019). https://www.britannica.com/science/biological-psychology Biological psychologybiological psychology, also called physiological psychology or behavioral neuroscience, the study of the physiological bases of behaviour. Biological...Encyclopedia Britannica

High levels of the neurotransmitter Dopamine in Oprah's brain may be part of the biological basis of her Extroverted personality.


Thought to be responsible for the specifically human skills such as language, foresight, understanding the self and other people, and for regulating emotion.

Prefrontal cortex

There seems to be one hormone associated with higher levels of self-reported sociability in both men and women, including Oprah.


The amygdala affects the emotional response, including Neuroticism. Because Oprah is the opposite of neurotic, it is likely her amygdala is not overactive.


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https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25871320/ Salivary Testosterone Is Consistently and Positively Associated with Extraversion: Results from The Netherlands Study of Depression and Anxiety - PubMedWe conclude that salivary testosterone is consistently and positively related to extraversion, supporting the notion of a hormonal basis of this...PubMed

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24352685/ Neuroticism and extraversion are associated with amygdala resting-state functional connectivity - PubMedThe .gov means it's official. Federal government websites often end in .gov or .mil. Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you're on a...PubMed

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22016442/ Prefrontal cortex glutamate and extraversion - PubMedExtraversion is considered one of the core traits of personality. Low extraversion has been associated with increased vulnerability to affective and...PubMed

Her public advocacy of forgiveness is humanistic because, unlike animals, she is using human ability to choose her experience rather than stay stuck in patterns of the past.

Oprah is using her free will to choose her experience & advocate for for foregivenes

She asks "What if what happened to you was your Superpower?"

In doing so, she helps reframe past trauma as an opportunity for personal growth.

Her platform as a global leader aims help change the question from “What’s wrong with you?” to “What happened to you?”

Oprah wants to talk about trauma

HUMANISTIC THEORY (#3 of 3): Emphasizes the free will to choose between good & bad elements of life based on construal’s or particular experience of the world.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humanistic_psychology Humanistic psychology - WikipediaHumanistic psychology is a psychological perspective that arose in the mid-20th century in answer to two theories: Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic...Wikipedia



https://millennial-grind.com/30-quotes-from-what-happened-to-you-by-bruce-d-perry-and-oprah-winfrey/ 30 Quotes from What Happened To You? by Bruce D. Perry and Oprah Winfrey | The Millennial GrindWhat Happened To You? by Bruce D. Perry and Oprah Winfrey is going to change the way you see your life. Through deeply personal conversations, Oprah...The Millennial Grind

1-Sentence-Summary: What Happened To You is Oprah’s look into trauma, including how traumatic experiences affect our brains throughout our lives, what they mean about the way we handle stress, and why we need to see it as both a problem with our society and our brains if we want to get through it. Have you ever wondered why you react in a certain way to some situations? Or why you can’t kick a bad habit? Instead of asking ourselves, “What’s wrong with me?” we should shift the question to “What happened to me?” Trauma is difficult to address, but it can affect us for years. Experiencing abuse or neglect as a child can change how we respond to stress as an adult, for example. In What Happened to You? Conversations on Trauma, Resilience, and Healing, Dr. Bruce Perry and Oprah Winfrey explore why and how trauma might be influencing our behavior. Oprah herself is a trauma survivor. This book is about addressing it head-on and learning to heal. Here are 3 of the most insightful lessons from this book:

  1. What we experience during childhood has a profound effect on our brain as an adult.
  2. We can learn positive regulation strategies later in life to help us deal with trauma.
  3. It is possible to overcome trauma with the right support.
Let’s get right into these lessons and learn from Oprah! Lesson 1: Our brains are uniquely shaped by the experiences that we have during childhood.Early on in Oprah’s life, she remembers feeling intensely lonely. She knew that she wasn’t wanted. Her mom was only a teenager when she had her, and she didn’t have the resources to care for her adequately. Most of her childhood was spent with various family members, many of whom neglected and beat Oprah regularly. These early experiences shaped how she saw the world as well as herself because experiences like this literally change the brain. A baby’s brain develops at a rate of 20,000 new neurons per second. Every single experience a child has is logged in a personal “codebook” in the brain. Later on, these experiences can manifest themselves but cannot be understood in a rational way. An example of this is a child the author’s called Sam. Sam was physically abused by his father and was removed by Child Protective Services. Once Sam moved into a group home and received the support he needed, he was doing well and progressing. However, once he got a new teacher, he started acting out at school. Everyone was puzzled as to why until Dr. Perry met Sam’s father. He wore a strong Old Spice cologne, the very same scent Sam’s teacher wore. Suddenly it clicked— the aroma of the cologne was triggering old, terrifying memories for Sam. Once the teacher changed the cologne, the behavior stopped. If we want to understand trauma, we need to ask: What happened to you, specifically when you were very young? Lesson 2: Learning regulation strategies can help you heal from trauma.Early in her career as a journalist, Oprah often worked 100-hour weeks and was always stressed and exhausted. She ignored all of the signals her body sent to tell her something was wrong. This is because the abuse in her past had trained her to be a people-pleaser. This meant ignoring her own boundaries and working to meet everyone else’s needs instead. She turned to food for comfort. When we’re stressed, it means something is out of balance. However, many people who have endured trauma are trained to ignore the signals. This is why it becomes important to learn positive regulation strategies when things get stressful. Everyone’s brain has a self-regulation system of core regulatory networks, or CRNs for short. Their purpose is to keep us balanced. When a caregiver responds consistently to a baby’s needs, his CRNs become resilient, and a child becomes able to regulate himself as he becomes older. But if the caregivers are neglectful or abusive, the child’s CRNs become impaired, also known as dysregulated. This makes the child’s stress responses become sensitized, meaning he will always be looking out for threats and will panic easily. Neglectful caregivers make a child associate people with disappointment, meaning they struggle to build and maintain human connections. This often means that the child will have a hard time finding positive ways to regulate himself. So they are more vulnerable to addiction, whether it be drugs, alcohol, self-harm, or eating disorders. These can serve as a temporary relief from distress. This relief lights up the reward circuit in the brain, and soon they want to repeat the behavior more and more. The way to stop this is by learning to identify the stress signals in your body. For Oprah, this meant creating healthy boundaries and learning to be okay with saying no. It’s never too late to learn these positive regulation strategies and regain balance! Lesson 3: With the right support, we can overcome the traumatic experiences of our past.Did you know that almost half of all children living in the US have had some sort of serious traumatic experience in their life? For adults, 60 percent report experiencing at least one traumatic incident. We know how these affect the brain, but now imagine the effect these experiences have on our larger communities when so many of us have had trauma. So many of us are living with sensitized stress responses. Is it really any wonder we see people act out in violence or intolerance? Should we be surprised when adults are unable to teach their children how to regulate themselves? People like to think that kids are resilient and can recover from trauma and abuse, but this simply isn’t the case. They are still affected by trauma, even if you can’t see it. This type of stress can mean they might have trouble focusing, or their health might deteriorate. What these kids need is support. Not just immediately after the trauma but even into their adulthood. They need support from professionals who understand a traumatized brain. But perhaps most important of all is that they need support from the communities around them. All of us need support from the people around us to heal. Schools, workplaces, and even places of worship need to help the people around them who have survived trauma. With the right support, we can learn how to heal and help others do the same.


Oprah's ability to overcome significant hardship in her life and help others in the process suggests she is self-acutalizing (or reaching her full potential) as a human.

  • She is using her platform as a global thought leader to change the conversation about trauma
  • In asking readers “what if what happened to you was your superpower she may be able to help millions of people reimagine their relationship with the past, and a healthy path forward into the future.

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https://www.learningliftoff.com/overcoming-obstacles-what-oprah-winfrey-learned-from-her-abusive-childhood/ Overcoming Obstacles: What Oprah Winfrey Learned From Her Childhood of Abuse - Learning LiftoffThis is one in a series of profiles on famous people who overcame incredible obstacles, failed many times or defied grim odds in order to succeed....Learning Liftoff

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"I understand my commonality with the human experience.''

“Forgiveness is like medicine. Medicine that can heal your pain. It can bring you peace and ultimately this is what we want for all of you. To be free. To be free.”

"Turn Your Wounds Into Wisdom"

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“I think we are defined by the way we treat ourselves and other people.”

"I was raised to believe that excellence is the best deterrent to racism or sexism. And that's how I operate my life."

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https://www.goalcast.com/top-20-inspiring-oprah-winfrey-quotes-that-will-empower-you/ Top 20 Inspiring Oprah Winfrey Quotes That Will Empower You"When you undervalue what you do, the world will undervalue who you are."― Oprah Winfrey "Doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place...Goalcast

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