Personality Theory and Research. An International Perspective

  • ID: 2242076
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 640 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Personality Theory and Research provides an excellent balance between theory and research, and between new developments and important historical contributions to the study of personality. This text is uniquely dedicated to providing a truly international and cross–cultural perspective on personality by discussing theories and examining research from Canada and around the world. The extensive focus on applied research encourages a person–centred approach and illustrates that personality and individual differences matter greatly. The text's use of relevant personality examples, a lively and engaging writing style, and four–colour design helps today's student reader connect with this dynamic discipline.
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Chapter 1 –

Personality: An Introduction

Chapter 2 –

Units of Personality: Traits versus Traits

Chapter 3 –

The Development of Personality

Chapter 4 –

Personality Research Methods and Assessment Issues

Chapter 5 –

Psychodynamic Theories

Chapter 6 –

Motivational Theories and Psychological Needs

Chapter 7 –

Humanistic Theories and Self–Actualization

Chapter 8 –

Behavioural and Learning Theories

Chapter 9 –

Cognitive Theories and Cognitive Factors

Chapter 10 –

Interpersonal Theories and Interpersonal Styles

Chapter 11 –

Personality and the Self–Concept

Chapter 12 –

Personality and Health

Chapter 13 –

Personality, Mental Health, and Psychopathology

Chapter 14 –

Psychobiography and Personology: Summing up the Whole Person
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Gordon L. Flett
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