Published March 1998 by Addison-Wesley Educational Publishers .
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Pretty comprehensive overview of personality concepts. I got it on time to start my Theory of Personality Introduction to Personality book. This book is really easy to read. Personality psychologists have basically shown their field is BS like phrenology or alchemy. They literally hold up /5(9).
This introduction to the essential concepts of personality reflects many of the exciting, prolific developments that have occurred in the last decade in personality psychology 4/5(12). This introduction to the essential concepts of personality reflects many of the exciting, prolific developments that have occurred in the last decade in personality psychology and related areas.4/5(12).
Introduction to Personality on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The fourth edition on Introduction to Personality features: Two new and thoroughly up-to-date chapters that explore biological influences on personality.
new coverage of the application of personality theory to real-world concerns regarding personality and intellect. Intended as an introduction to personality theory, the book's major goals are: * to stimulate enthusiasm for the provocative problems of personality, * to provide a solid foundation for further study, and * to promote interest in the primary sources on which this secondary one is based.
Introduction to Personality: Toward an Integration. Offers a broad perspective of the field and unifying theoretical framework. Emphases recent work linking personality to brain, biological-genetic, and evolutionary processes/5.
Well Read Binding (Cover and First Pages are Loose), Limited Chipping or Tears to Edges, Limited Markings (Underlining, Notes in Margins, Highlighting), Limited Creasing, Name Written & /5. Drawing on cutting-edge scientific research, classic personality theories, and stirring examples from biography and literature, The Person presents a lively and integrative introduction to the science of personality psychology.
Author, Dan McAdams, organizes the field according to a broad conceptual perspective that has emerged in personality psychology over the past 10 by: Personality is the unique combination of patterns that influence behavior, thought, motivation, and emotion in a human being.
Personality is the combination of behavior, emotion, motivation, and thought patterns that define an individual. Personality psychology attempts to study similarities and differences in these patterns among different.
Introduction to Personality Introduction to Personality The purpose of this paper is to examine the personality theory by defining personality, examining theoretical approaches in studying personality, and analyzing factors that may influence an individual’s personality development.