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The Handbook of Personality Dynamics and Processes

  • ID: 4911789
  • Book
  • September 2020
  • Region: Global
  • 800 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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The Handbook of Personality Dynamics and Processes is a primer to the basic and most important concepts, theories, methods, empirical findings, and applications of personality dynamics and processes. This book details how personality psychology has evolved from descriptive research to a more explanatory and dynamic science of personality, thus bridging structure- and process-based approaches, and it also reflects personality psychology's interest in the dynamic organization and interplay of thoughts, feelings, desires, and actions within persons who are always embedded into social, cultural and historic contexts.

The Handbook of Personality Dynamics and Processes tackles each topic with a range of methods geared towards assessing and analyzing their dynamic nature, such as ecological momentary sampling of personality manifestations in real-life; dynamic modeling of time-series or longitudinal personality data; network modeling and simulation; and systems-theoretical models of dynamic processes.

- Ties topics and methods together for a more dynamic understanding of personality

- Summarizes existing knowledge and insights of personality dynamics and processes

- Covers a broad compilation of cutting-edge insights

- Addresses the biophysiological and social mechanisms underlying the expression and effects of personality

- Examines within-person consistency and variability
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Preface John Rauthmann SECTION I: CONCEPTS AND DOMAINS 1. The history of dynamic approaches to personality William Revelle 2. Personality processes Gabriela Sophia Blum, Manfred Schmitt and Anna Baumert 3. Psychological processes and mechanisms to explain associations between personality traits and outcomes Sarah E. Hampson 4. Within-person variability Emorie D. Beck and Joshua Jackson 5. Personality development processes Cornelia Wrzus 6. Neurobiology of personality dynamics Mattie Tops and Markus Quirin 7. Dynamic genotype-environment interplays in the development of personality differences Christian Kandler, Alexandra Zapko-Willmes, Julia Richter and Rainer Riemann 8. Social Interaction Processes and Personality Mitja D. Back 9. Relationship transactions Marcus Mund and Franz Neyer 10. Socio-cultural processes VERONICA BENET-MARTINEZ 11. Psychopathology and personality functioning Aidan G.C. Wright 12. Motivational and goal processes Oliver Schultheiss 13. Fates Beyond Traits:  The Dynamics and Impacts of Personal Project Pursuit Brian R. Little and Sanna Balsari-Palsule 14. Self-regulatory processes E.J. Masicampo 15. Dynamic self-processes Alain Morin 16. Narratives, identities, and life story processes Monisha Pasupathi and Jonathan M. Adler 17. Personality coherence Marc Fournier SECTION II: PERSPECTIVES AND THEORIES 18. Capturing Interactions, Correlations, Fits, and Transactions: A Person-Environment Relations Model John Rauthmann 19. Evolutionary perspectives on the mechanistic underpinnings of personality Aaron W. Lukaszweski 20. Dual-process models of personality Marco Perugini, Birk Hagemeyer, Cornelia Wrzus and Mitja D. Back 21. Whole Trait Theory (WTT) William Fleeson 22. Personality architecture and dynamics (KAPA): Theory and evidence Daniel Cervone 23. Toward an adequate theory of personality: Lifespan developmental processes Robert R. McCrae 24. Functionalistic perspectives Dustin Wood 25. Interpersonal Theory and personality processes Michael J. Roche and Nicole Caine 26. Personality Systems Framework John David Mayer, Jayne Allen and Kateryna Sylaska 27. PSI Theory Julius Kuhl and Nicola Baumann SECTION III: METHODS AND STATISTICS 28. A framework to study persons, situations, behavior, and time Mike Furr 29. Digital media technologies in the assessment of personality dynamics Gabriella Harari, Sam Gosling, Sandrine Müller and Clemens Stachl 30. Experience Sampling and Daily Diary Studies: Basic Concepts, Designs, and Challenges Kai Horstmann 31. Modeling developmental processes Jens B. Asendorpf 32. Intensive longitudinal measurement Michael B. Donnellan 33. Multilevel Structural Equation Modeling for Intensive Longitudinal Data:  A Practical Guide for Personality Researchers Aidan G.C. Wright and Gentiana Sadikaj 34. Hierarchical continuous time modeling Charles C. Driver and Manuel C. Voelkle 35. Multi-method multi-occasion modeling Christian Geiser 36. Dyadic data-analysis (e.g., longitudinal SRM, APIM) Steffen Nestler 37. Dynamic Structural Equation Modeling of personality data Christian Geiser 38. Identifying the dynamics of individual variation in personality Robin Vallacher, Jay L. Michaels and Andrzej Nowak 39. Network analysis of dynamic personality data Giulio Costantini 40. Neural networks and virtual personalities Stephen J. Read SECTION IV: APPLICATIONS 41. Personality processes at the workplace Robert P. Tett 42. Within-person variability and job performance Balca Alaybek and Reeshad Dalal 43. Process Perspectives on Leader Traits, Behaviors, and Leadership Situations Josef Heribert Gammel 44. Personnel selection Filip Lievens and Joeri Hofmans 45. Growth and positive psychology Eranda Jayawickreme 46. Morality William Fleeson 47. Stress Annette Brose 48. Well-being Maike Luhmann 49. Health processes in personality Nicholas A. Turiano and Patrick L. Hill 50. Dynamics and processes in personality change interventions Nathan Hudson 51. PSI Theory Applications Julius Kuhl and Nicola Baumann

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Rauthmann, John F.
John Rauthmann is trained and experienced in personality psychology, and has published numerous articles in the field's top journals. He is currently the editor-in-chief of Personality Science (a new open-access online journal).
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