Advances in Personality Science
Daniel Cervone, Walter Mischel
Guilford Press, 2002 - Psychology - 338 pages
This definitive volume lays the foundations for an interdisciplinary s cience of personality. Leading investigators present novel insights an d findings from molecular genetics, child and life-span developmental psychology, neuroscience, dynamical systems theory, evolutionary psych ology, and social cognition, as well as personality psychology itself, illuminating and often reformulating fundamental questions about the nature of personhood. The book sheds new light on the nature and origi ns of personality and individual differences, and challenges many trad itional assumptions. It also points toward compelling new directions f or future work in the field.
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