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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYB30H3
Professor
Marc A Fournier
Semester
Winter

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1 PSYB30 Lecture 1 Personality brings a several of sub-disciplines together. Goal of discipline is to describe individual differences how one is different from others. What are there origins and consequences? Where do differences in personality come from? Grand theories of origins nature of scientific theory and how it relates to personality Introduction: The scientific study of the person Freud good scientific theory of personality Personality traits tell us about people at first acquaintance when you first meet someone you start to learn about their personality traits psychology of the stranger heritable, produced by environment, preserved over life course Personality traits can be assessed in a short period of time can predict a wide range of outcomes such as marriage, divorce, mortality, etc. Personality traits are but an outline a sketch of the individual. What is it beyond personality traits that we need to know to fully
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