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*  Psychoticism
... model of personality. Psychoticism is a personality pattern typified by aggressiveness and interpersonal hostility. High levels ... robust questionnaire scale factors of personality without culture". Personality and Individual Differences. 12 (9): 929. doi: ... Big Five personality traits Extraversion Neuroticism Schizotypy Zuckerman, Marvin; Michael Kuhlman, D.; Thornquist, Mary; Kiers ... Costa, Paul T.; McCrae, Robert R. (1992). "Four ways five factors are basic". Personality and Individual Differences. 13 (6): ...
*  Life satisfaction
Amongst other personality traits chronotype has been consequently related to life satisfaction; morning oriented people (larks ... One of the most studied concepts of personality is the big five model with dimensions of openness to experience, ... In a research carried out by Deneve and Cooper in 1998, multiple studies were analyzed and certain personality questionnaires ... They found that neuroticism was the strongest predictor of life satisfaction and negative affect while the personality measure ...
*  Schizotypal personality disorder
... such as avoidant personality disorder, paranoid personality disorder and borderline personality disorder. There are many ... personality disorders) Paranoid personality disorder Schizoid personality disorder Schizophrenia Schizotypy Schacter, Daniel L ... The personality disorders that co-occur most often with schizotypal personality disorder are schizoid, paranoid, avoidant, and ... Connolly, Adrian J. (2008). "Personality disorders in homeless drop-in center clients" (PDF). Journal of Personality Disorders ...
*  Trait theory
16 Personality Factors Alternative five model of personality Big Five personality traits Cultural schema theory HEXACO model of ... Costa, P. T.; McCrae, R. R. (1990). "Personality disorders and the five factor model of personality". Journal of Personality ... Eysenck, Hans (1991). "Dimensions of personality: 16: 5 or 3? Criteria for a taxonomic paradigm". Personality and Individual ... personality structure Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory NEO-PI Personality psychology Szondi test Trait activation ...
*  NPD
... standing for Nouveau Parti Démocratique Narcissistic personality disorder, a cluster B personality disorder Nitrogen-phosphorus ...
*  Addictive personality
An addictive personality refers to a particular set of personality traits that make an individual predisposed to developing ... "3 Ways to Spot an Addictive Personality". Livestrong. Retrieved November 26, 2012. Loewen, Stanley. "Addictive Personality ... It is the personality traits of individuals that combine to create either a risk-taker or risk-averse person. Some people ... People with addictive personalities find it difficult to manage their stress levels. In fact, lack of stress tolerance is a ...
*  Psychopathy Checklist
... antisocial personality disorder, and the ICD-10 diagnosis, dissocial personality disorder. Hare takes the stance that ... "Psychopathic personality or personalities? Exploring potential variants of psychopathy and their implications for risk ... PCL-R Factors 2a and 2b are particularly strongly correlated to antisocial personality disorder and borderline personality ... It is a 20-item inventory of perceived personality traits and recorded behaviors, intended to be completed on the basis of a ...
*  DSM-5
Antisocial personality disorder is listed here and in the chapter on personality disorders (but ADHD is listed under ... There was also discussion about changing borderline personality disorder, an Axis II diagnosis (personality disorders and ... Treatment and Research Advancements National Association for Personality Disorders (TARA-APD) "TARA Association for Personality ... Personality disorder (PD) previously belonged to a different axis than almost all other disorders, but is now in one axis with ...
*  Remorse
Psychopathy represents a configuration of traits that are missing within a person's personality, such as a lack of empathy and ... A person who is incapable of feeling remorse is often diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder - as characterized in the ... The results of this study suggest that, free of mental health testimonies, perceptions of a defendant's personality traits may ... Personality and Individual Differences, 50 (3): 392-397, doi:10.1016/j.paid.2010.10.031 Exline, J,; Fisher, M, (2006), "Self- ...
*  Brain types
He observed that children with similar personalities also tended to have similar motor skills. Niednagel began to receive more ...
*  Scrupulosity
As a personality trait, scrupulosity is a recognized diagnostic criterion for obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. It is ... ISBN 0-89042-025-4. Diagnostic criteria for 301.4 Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder. López-Ibor JJ Jr, López-Ibor ...
*  Personality
... can be determined through a variety of tests. However, dimensions of personality and scales of personality tests ... Neurotic Personality Questionnaire KON-2006, or Eysenck's Personality Questionnaire (EPQ-R). Personality is often broken into ... Personality is not stable over the course of a lifetime, but it changes much more quickly during childhood, so personality ... Trait-based personality theories, such as those defined by Raymond Cattell define personality as the traits that predict a ...
*  Corporate personality
... is a concept in Christian theology that was articulated by H. Wheeler Robinson. As originally formulated ... David Noel Freedman; Allen C. Myers; Astrid B. Beck (2000). "Corporate Personality". Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible. Wm. B. ... The notion of Old Testament corporate personality encompasses four things: identification Individuals are never considered to ... In Pauline theology, the notion of corporate personality is largely restricted to its representational aspect. Paul's ...
*  Personality Kid
... on IMDb Personality Kid at TCMDB. ... Personality Kid is a 1946 American film. Personality kid. (1946 ...
*  Subsolid personality
... is a personality type which lacks firmness and own identity. The want of a kernel of personality prevents ... Disorders of Personality) The concept originates from Henrik Sjöbring's personality model, developed in Personality Structure ... and Development: A Model and its Application, (Copenhagen 1973). Millon, Theodore (2011). Disorders of Personality. p. 15. ISBN ...
*  Personality pathology
Personality disorders Personality psychology Psychopathology American Psychiatric Association. (2000). Diagnostic and ... Personality pathology refers to enduring patterns of cognition, emotion, and behavior that negatively affect a person's ... Millon, T. (1981). Disorders of personality. DSM-III: Axis II. New York, NY: John Wiley. Mischel, W., & Shoda, Y. (1995). A ... Westen, D. (1995). A clinical-empirical model of personality: Life after the mischelian ice age and the NEO-lithic era. Journal ...
*  Personality crisis
... a Canadian punk rock group Personality Crisis, an album by The Bear Quartet "Personality Crisis (song)" is the lead track from ... "Personality Crisis - New York Dolls". Nightly Song: Musings on Songs that Strike a Chord Tonight. ... Personality crisis may refer to: Existential crisis Identity crisis, undeveloped or confused identity Midlife crisis ...
*  Mr. Personality
Personality is a reality television show that aired on the Fox Television Network with the premise that a woman (Hayley Arp) ... supposedly basing her decisions on who to eliminate solely based on their personality instead of looks, hence the title. It ran ...
*  Flexibility (personality)
Flexibility is a personality trait - the extent to which a person can cope with changes in circumstances and think about ... Flexible personality should not be confused with cognitive flexibility, which is the ability to switch between two concepts, as ... Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 80 (5): 814-833. doi:10.1037/0022-3514.80.5.814. Moyer, D.N.; E.K. Sandoz (2014 ...
*  Personality changes
The Big Five personality traits are often used to measure change in personality. There is a mean-level change in the Big Five ... The Big Five personality traits can also be broken down into facets. Different facets of each personality trait are often ... Historical context also affects personality change. Major life events can lead to changes in personality that can persist for ... Perhaps one of the most salient ones deals with the nature of personality. Personality psychology studies one's distinctive ...
*  Masking (personality)
Masking is a process in which an individual changes or "masks" their natural personality to conform to social pressures, abuse ... "Article: The Mask of the Personality". Fisher, Cynthia; Neal Ashkanasy (2000). "The Emerging Role of Emotions in Work Life: An ...
*  Hidden personality
... is the part of our personality structure that is determined by unconscious processes. Sigmund Freud and Carl ... Aside from Frued and Roger's views on the hidden personality there is a simplified idea of stress. When our hidden personality ... Rogerian personality theory distinguishes between two personalities. The real self is created through the actualising tendency ... Connor-Smith JK Flachsbart C (2007). "Relations between personality and coping: A meta- analysis". Journal of Personality and ...
*  Personality disorder
Unspecified personality disorder - general criteria for a personality disorder are met but the personality disorder is not ... Abbreviations used: PPD - Paranoid Personality Disorder, SzPD - Schizoid Personality Disorder, StPD - Schizotypal Personality ... Abbreviations used: PPD - Paranoid Personality Disorder, SzPD - Schizoid Personality Disorder, StPD - Schizotypal Personality ... simple personality disorder), this also derives complex or diffuse personality disorder (two or more clusters of personality ...
*  Personality test
A 'personality test' is a method of assessing human personality constructs. Most personality assessment instruments (despite ... was developed in September 2012 by the DSM-5 Personality and Personality Disorders Workgroup with regard to a personality trait ... The International Personality Item Pool (IPIP) is a public domain set of more than 2000 personality items which can be used to ... Another danger of personality tests is the illegal discrimination of certain groups under the guise of a personality test. The ...
*  Personality clash
... but due to a fundamental incompatibility in their personalities, their approaches to things, their style of life. A personality ... The personality clash between Henry Tizard and Frederick Lindemann had adverse effects on the Allied conduct of World War Two. ... Personality clashes occur when two (or more) people find themselves in conflict not over a particular issue or incident, ... The issue of personality clashes in the workplace is controversial. According to the Australian government, the two types of ...