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Theory and Research728Ännu ej utkommen – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken boken går att köpa.The 13th Edition of Cervone's Personality: Theory and Research significantly updates and expands on previous editions of this classic text. New to this edition, Personality and the Brain coverage throughout the text shows readers how cutting-edge advances in neuroscience inform all aspects of personality theory and research. Cervone and Pervins, 13th edition provides uniquely up-to-date coverage of contemporary personality science while continuing to ground the student in the field's classic, and contemporary, theoretical statements.
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Daniel Cervone is Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He earned his Ph.D. in Psychology from Stanford University in 1985. In addition to his time at UIC, Dr. Cervone has been a visiting faculty member at the University of Washington and at the University of Rome 'La Sapienza, ' and has been a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. He currently serves on the editorial boards of Psychological Review and the European Journal of Personality, and recently completed a term as Associate Editor at the Journal of Research in Personality. Lawrence A. Pervin is Professor of Psychology at Rutgers University as well as the Dean of Student Affairs.
Preface Chapter 1 Personality Theory: From Everyday Observations to Systematic Theories Questions To Be Addressed In This Chapter Five Goals for the Personality Theorist Why Study Personality? Defining Personality Questions about Persons: What, How, and Why Answering Questions about Persons Scientifically: Understanding Structures, Processes, Development, and Therapeutic Change Structure Process Growth and Development Genetic Determinants Environmental Determinants Psychopathology and Behavior Change Important Issues in Personality Theory Philosophical View of the Person Internal and External Determinants of Behavior Consistency across Situations and Over Time The Unity of Experience and Action and the Concept of Self Varying States of Awareness and the Concept of the Unconscious The Influence of the Past, Present, and Future on Behavior Can We Have A Science Of Personality? What Kind Of A Science Can It Be? Evaluating Personality Theories The Personality Theories: An Introduction The Challenge of Constructing a Personality Theory The Personality Theories: A Preliminary Sketch On The Existence of Multiple Theories: Theories As Toolkits Major Concepts Review Chapter 2 The Scientific Study of People Questions To Be Addressed In This Chapter The Data of Personality Psychology Lots of Data How Do Data From Different Sources Relate To One Another? Fixed Versus Flexible Measures Personality and Brain Data Personality Theory And Assessment Goals of Research: Reliability, Validity, Ethical Behavior Reliability Validity The Ethics of Research and Public Policy Three General Strategies to Research Case Studies Case Studies: An Example Correlational Studies Correlational Research: An Example Experiments Evaluating Alternative Research Approaches Case Studies and Clinical Research: Strengths and Limitations Correlational Research and Questionnaires: Strengths and Limitations Laboratory, Experimental Research: Strengths and Limitations Summary of Strengths and Limitations Personality Theory and Personality Research Personality Assessment and the Case Of Jim Major Concepts Review Chapter 3 A Psychodynamic Theory: Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory Of Personality Questions to Be Addressed In This Chapter Sigmund Freud (1856-1939): A View of The Theorist Freud's View of the Person The Mind as an Energy System The Individual in Society Freud's View of the Science of Personality Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory of Personality Structure Levels of Consciousness and the Concept of The Unconscious Id, Ego, And Superego Process Life and Death Instincts The Dynamics of Functioning Anxiety, Mechanisms of Defense, and Contemporary Research on Defensive Processes Growth and Development The Development of the Instincts and Stages of Development The Development of Thinking Processes Major Concepts Review Chapter 4 Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory: Applications, Related Theoretical Conceptions, and Contemporary Research Questions to Be Addressed In This Chapter Psychodynamic Personality Assessment: Projective Tests The Logic of Projective Tests The Rorschach Inkblot Test The Thematic Apperception Test (Tat) Projective Tests: Do They Work? Psychopathology Personality Types Conflict and Defense Psychological Change Insights into the Unconscious: Free Association and Dream Interpretation The Therapeutic Process: Transference, A Case Example: Little Hans The Case of Jim Rorschach and Thematic Apperception Test (Tat) Data Comments on the Data Related Theoretical Conceptions and Recent Developments Two Early Challenges to Freud: Adler and Jung Alfred Adler (1870-1937) Carl G. Jung (1875-1961) The Cultural and Interpersonal Emphasis: Horney and Sullivan Reinterpreting Motivational Forc