Personality Theories: Basic Assumptions, Research, and Applications
A clear, thorough and focused introduction to the key theories of personality. This edition retains a distinctive presentation of theories on the framework of their underlying basic assumptions. This edition has been thoroughly updated mixing research and personal applications in each chapter. Some new theorists have been added and a new chapter covers research methods, assessment techniques and ethical issues. Now available with the third edition, a current research application manual.
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An Introduction to the Discipline
Research and Assessment in Personality Psychology
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