Advances in personality science by Daniel Cervone PhD, Walter Mischel PhD

By Daniel Cervone PhD, Walter Mischel PhD

This definitive quantity lays the principles for an interdisciplinary technological know-how of character. prime investigators current novel insights and findings from molecular genetics, baby and life-span developmental psychology, neuroscience, dynamical platforms idea, evolutionary psychology, and social cognition, in addition to character psychology itself, illuminating--and usually reformulating--fundamental questions about Read more...

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