Introduction to Personality
The approximately one-third new material in the Sixth Edition of Introduction to Personality, reflected in both content and organization, is in response to the exciting, prolific developments that have occurred in the last decade in personality psychology. Many of these advances in the field directly impact our understanding of the nature of personality. They include discoveries coming from diverse sources: behavior genetics, social evolutionary theory, trait theory and the Big Five, social cognitive theory, cognitive neuroscience, and findings at the interface of personality and social psychology. This revision is intended not only to make the book timely and up-to-date but also to capture the promising new directions the field seems to be taking at the turn of the century, while offering the reader a perspective to understand the essentials of personality.
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Parti Introduction l
In FOCUS 1 1 Individual Differences
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achieve activity aggressive anxiety approach to personality assessment Bandura basic become behavior biological Carl Rogers Chapter child classical conditioning clinical clinicians cognitive cognitive-affective concepts conflicts coping correlations defense dimensions dispositions dynamics effects emotional environment example experiences fear feelings focus Freud Gary Gary's genetic goals human important impulses individual differences individual's inferences influence interaction interpret learning measures Meichenbaum mental methods Mischel MMPI motives negative neuroticism observational learning observed orientation outcomes patients patterns perceived perceptual defense personality psychology phenomenological Plomin predict problems processes psychodynamic psychological psychologists psychosexual stages psychotherapy Q-sort reactions reinforcement relations relationship repression responses rewards role Rorschach scales scores self-concept self-efficacy self-report sexual Shoda situations social sonality specific stimulus strategies SUMMARY superego symptoms techniques tend theorists theory therapist therapy tions trait trait theories treatment twin studies twins types unconditioned stimulus unconscious underlying variables