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Personality Chpt 7

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single trait approach the link between personality and behavior focusing on the nature, origins, and consequences of single traits of special importance
manny trait approach determine the list of traits and see which ones correlate with a specific behavior and then explain the pattern of correlation
essential trait approach what traits are the most important? narrow the traits to the ones that really matter, the big 5
typological approach doubts whether it is valid to compare people with each other quantitatively, hope that researchers can identify groups and classify them
authoritarianism obedience to tyrannical govt, Fromm, PEC Scale, RWA bob altemeyer,
Integrity and conscientiousness tests for new employees, agreeableness and emotional stability
self monitoring controls inner and outer self
California Q Set Block, 100 phrases on card, organize cards in importance, s-data
delay of gratification Mischel, marshmallow test
ego control self-control
ego resiliency healthy psychological adjustment
factor analysis reducing traits, eysenck, cattell, big 5
lexical hypothesis words for key traits in many languages
Fiske's Big 5 OCEAN- openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, neuroticism, universial, vary by region,
big 6 HEXACO- honesty-humility, emotionality, extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, openness
personality development concern for the origins of personality, degree to which stable and changeable from childhood to adulthood, strong tendency to remain the same, chart 7.3
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