An Introduction to Theories of Personality | 7th Edition | Taylor & Francis GroupThis 7th Edition helps students unravel the mysteries of human behavior through its highly readable introduction to the ideas of the most significant personality theorists. Engaging biographical sketches begin each chapter, and unique capsule summaries help students review key concepts. Significant changes in the 7th edition include an extended discussion of the practical applications of personality theory, with an emphasis on guidelines that can help people increase their self-knowledge, make better decisions, and live more fulfilling lives. Finally, a new interactive web site provides practice test questions and other topics of interest. Search all titles. Search all titles Search all collections.
Personality, Eighth Edition
Our approach to the study of personality is to provide a thorough coverage of each of the major theories and to compare and integrate the various approaches. In deciding which theories to discuss, we have chosen those that have had the most significant impact on the field and that are of greatest current importance to our understanding of personality. We have attempted to write about each theory in such a way that the coverage is at once basic and advanced. An understanding of the theories presented requires no prior knowledge of personality theory, but at the same time, we provide sufficient comprehensive coverage of most theories to support advanced study of the theory and its ramifications. Theories of personality. Hall, Calvin S. The present volume is intended to correct this shortcoming.
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Feist — 7 ed. What makes people behave as they do? Are people ordinarily aware of what they are doing, or are their behaviors the result of hidden, unconscious motives? Are some people naturally good and others basically evil? Or do all people have potential to be either good or evil?