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Lectures 1 and 2

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSY230H1
Professor
Ulrich Schimmack

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Lecture 1: Introduction to Personality Psychology - September 11, 2012 Personality Science: The Science of Human Diversity; 2011 1st test lec 1-10; 2nd test lec 11-20 each test is 50 m/c (A-E) 3F rule: you can choose three Qs that you do not want to answer and check F, The three Fs are scored as correct responses. What is personality psychology?  cognitive psych. = science of basic cognitive processes (ex. memory, attention, + perception)  neuropsychology = science of the connection b/w the brain and the mind  social psych. = social influences on psychological processes (group, social influences) How does persoality psychology differ from other disciplines in psychology?  methodology  people are essentially alike  personality psychologists take into account the uniqueness of individuals where other disciplines take a more general approach Two Approaches to Understanging Personality Idiograph
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