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UWPSYCH356Ian Mc GregorWinter

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Gordon Allport, Thematic Apperception Test, Walter Mischel

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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSummer

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Personality Psychology, Behavioural Genetics

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Different people respond differently to similar events. One goal is personality psychology is to find and describe those individual differences between
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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSummer

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Gordon Allport, Phlegm, Factor Analysis

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Chapter 3: the trait-disposition level i & types and traits. Traits are conceptualized as individual differences in tendencies to show consistent behav
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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSummer

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Positron Emission Tomography, Electrodermal Activity

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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSummer

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Positron Emission Tomography, Electrodermal Activity, Gerald Patterson

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A science begins by creating a language to describe a phenomena in a way that allows a single common understanding to emerge, in order to avoid multipl
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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSummer

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Personality Psychology, Agreeableness

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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSpring

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Normative Social Influence, Extraversion And Introversion, Fluoxetine

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People show a strong tendency to maintain their distinctive patterns of behaviour throughout life. Psychologists call this kind of stability rank-order
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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSpring

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Biker Bar, Trait Theory

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Almost all research within the trait approach relies on correlational designs. The trait approach focuses exclusively on individual differences: there
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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSpring

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Agreeableness, Fluoxetine, Monoamine Oxidase

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Chapter 8: the anatomy and physiology of personality. The anatomy of personality (cid:894)(cid:449)o(cid:449), i (cid:272)an"t (cid:271)elie(cid:448)e
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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSpring

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Case Method, Ibm Officevision, Face Validity

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In science, the exploration of the unknown is called research: the essential aspect of research is the gathering of data. Personality is manifested by
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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSpring

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Extraversion And Introversion

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Chapter 6: using personality traits to understand behaviour. Why measure traits: to predict behaviour, to understand behaviour. The single-trait approa
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UWPSYCH356Richard EibachSpring

PSYCH356 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Extraversion And Introversion, Predictive Validity, Shy People

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Personality assessment is not restricted to psychologists: practiced by you, your friends, your family. The judgments other people make of your persona
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