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Handbook of personality: theory and research

Author: Pervin, Lawrence A. ; John, Oliver P.Publisher: Guilford Press 1999.Edition: 2nd ed.Language: EnglishDescription: 738 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1572306955Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Handbook of Personality Theory and Research Contents PART ONE. INTRODUCTION Chapter 1. History of Modern Personality Theory and Research David G. Winter and Nicole B. Barenbaum 3 PART TWO. THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES Chapter 2. Human Nature and Individual Differences: 31 The Evolution of Human Personality David M. Buss Chapter 3. Psychoanalytic Approaches to Personality Drew Westen and Glen O. Gabbard Chapter 4. The Big Five Trait Taxonomy: History, Measurement, 57 102 and Theoretical Perspectives Oliver P John and Sanjay Srivastava Chapter 5. A Five-Factor Theory of Personality Robert R. McCrae and Paul T Costa, Jr. Chapter 6. Social Cognitive Theory of Personality Albert Bandura Chapter 7. Integrating Dispositions and Processing Dynamics 139 154 197 within a Unified Theory of Personality: The Cognitive­Affective Personality System Walter Mischel and Yuichi Shoda Chapter 8. Holistic Interactionism: A Perspective for Research 219 on Personality Development David Magnusson PART THREE. INTERFACE WITH OTHER FIELDS Chapter 9. Behavioral Genetics and Personality Robert Plomin and Avshalom Caspi Chapter 10. The Neuroscience of Personality Alan D. Pickering and Jeffley A. Gray Chapter 11. Personality Continuity and Change across the Life Course Avshalom Caspi and Brent W Roberts Chapter 12. On the Development of Personality Michael Lewis Chapter 13. Personality and Psychopathology Thomas A. Widi ger, Roel Verheul, and Wim van den Brink Chapter 14. On the Interface between Personality and Social Psychology Roy E Baumeister Chapter 15. The Cultural Constitution of Personality Susan E. Cross and Hazel R. Markus 251 277 300 327 347 367 378 PART FOUR. CONTENT AREAS Chapter 16. Temperament: A New Paradigm for Trait Psychology Lee Anna Clark and David Watson Chapter 17. The Psychological Unconscious John E Kihlstrom Chapter 18. Naturalizing the Self Richard W Robins, Julie K Norem, and Jonathan M Cheek Chapter 19. Personal Narratives and the Life Story Dan P. McAdams Chapter 20. Personality and Motivation: Personal Action and 399 424 443 478 501 the Conative Evolution Brian R. Little Chapter 21. Emotion and Emotion Regulation James J Gross 525 Chapter 22. Stress, Coping, and Self-Regulatory Processes Charles S. Carver and Michael E Scheier Chapter 23. Personality and Health: Dispositions and Processes 553 576 in Disease Susceptibility and Adaptation to Illness Richard J. Contrada, Corinne Cather, and Ann O'Leary Chapter 24. Attribution in Personality Psychology Bernard Weiner and Sandra Graham Chapter 25. Creativity and Genius Dean Keith Simonton Chapter 26. The Fields of Interpersonal Behavior Jerry S. Wiggins and Krista K Trobst Chapter 27. Four Principles for Personality Assessment Daniel J. Ozer 605 629 653 671 PART FIVE. OVERVIEW Chapter 28. Epilogue: Constancy and Change in 689 Personality Theory and Research Lawrence A. Pervin Author Index Subject Index 705 727

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