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The Cambridge Handbook of Personality Psychology

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 (ISBN-13: 9780521862189)

The Cambridge Handbook of Personality Psychology
Cambridge University Press
9780521862189 - The Cambridge Handbook of Personality Psychology - Edited by Philip J. Corr and Gerald Matthews
Table of Contents

Contents

List of Figures
ix
List of Tables
xiii
List of Contributors
xv
List of Abbreviations
xviii
Preface
xxi
Editors’ general introduction
xxii
Editors’ introduction to Parts I to VIII
xliii
Part I.   Foundation Issues
1
1.        Conceptual issues in personality theory
Susan Cloninger
3
2.        Personality psychology of situations
Seth A. Wagerman and David C. Funder
27
3.        Personality: traits and situations
Jens B. Asendorpf
43
4.        Personality and emotion
Rainer Reisenzein and Hannelore Weber
54
5.        The characterization of persons: some fundamental conceptual issues
James T. Lamiell
72
Part II.  Personality Description and Measurement
87
6.        The trait approach to personality
Ian J. Deary
89
7.        Methods of personality assessment
Gregory J. Boyle and Edward Helmes
110
8.        Structural models of personality
Boele De Raad
127
9.        The Five-Factor Model of personality traits: consensus and controversy
Robert R. McCrae
148
10.       Personality and intelligence
Phillip L. Ackerman
162
Part III. Development, Health and Personality Change
175
11.       Childhood temperament
Mary K. Rothbart, Brad E. Sheese and Elisabeth D. Conradt
177
12.       The development of personality across the lifespan
M. Brent Donnellan and Richard W. Robins
191
13        Models of personality and health
Marko Elovainio and Mika Kivimäki
205
14.       Attachment theory: I. Motivational, individual-differences and structural aspects
Phillip R. Shaver and Mario Mikulincer
228
15.       Attachment theory: II. Developmental, psychodynamic and optimal-functioning aspects
Mario Mikulincer and Phillip R. Shaver
247
Part IV.  Biological Perspectives
263
16.       Evolutionary theories of personality
Aurelio José Figueredo, Paul Gladden, Geneva Vásquez, Pedro Sofio Abril Wolf and Daniel Nelson Jones
265
17.       Animal models of personality and cross-species comparisons
Samuel D. Gosling and B. Austin Harley
275
18.       Behavioural genetics: from variance to DNA
Marcus R. Munafò
287
19.       Neuroimaging of personality
Turhan Canli
305
20.       Personality neuroscience: explaining individual differences in affect, behaviour and cognition
Colin G. DeYoung and Jeremy R. Gray
323
21.       The Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory of Personality
Philip J. Corr
347
Part V.   Cognitive Perspectives
377
22.       Semantic and linguistic aspects of personality
Gerard Saucier
379
23.       Personality and performance: cognitive processes and models
Gerald Matthews
400
24.       Self-regulation and control in personality functioning
Charles S. Carver and Michael F. Scheier
427
25.       Self-determination theory: a consideration of human motivational universals
Edward L. Deci and Richard M. Ryan
441
26.       Traits and the self: toward an integration
Michael D. Robinson and Constantine Sedikides
457
27.       Personality as a cognitive-affective processing system
Ronald E. Smith and Yuichi Shoda
473
Part VI.  Social and Cultural Processes
489
28.       The storied construction of personality
Avril Thorne and Vickie Nam
491
29.       Personality and social relations
Lauri A. Jensen-Campbell, Jennifer M. Knack and Madeline Rex-Lear
506
30.       Personality and social support processes
Rhonda Swickert
524
31.       Social pain and hurt feelings
Geoff MacDonald
541
32.       Personality in cross-cultural perspective
Juris G. Draguns
556
33.       Culture and personality
Robert Hogan and Michael Harris Bond
577
34.       Personality and politics
Gianvittorio Caprara and michele vecchione
589
Part VII. Psychopathology
609
35.       Mood and anxiety disorders: the hierarchical structure of personality and psychopathology
David D. Vachon and R. Michael Bagby
611
36.       Personality and psychosis
Gordon Claridge
631
37.       Diagnosis and assessment of disorders of personality
Stephanie N. Mullins-Sweatt and Thomas A. Widiger
649
38.       Psychopathy and its measurement
Robert D. Hare and Craig S. Neumann
660
39.       Personality and eating disorders
Natalie J. Loxton and Sharon Dawe
687
40.       Personality and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Rapson Gomez
704
Part VIII.Applied Personality Psychology
717
41.       Personality in school psychology
Moshe Zeidner
719
42.       Personality in educational psychology
Moshe Zeidner
733
43.       Personality at work
Giles St J. Burch and Neil Anderson
748
44.       Workplace safety and personality
Alice F. Stuhlmacher, Andrea L. Briggs and Douglas F. Cellar
764
45.       Personality and crime
David Canter and Donna Youngs
780
46.       Treatment of personality disorders
Fiona Warren
799
Index
820



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