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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/26/11 Chapter 9 Personality
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5/26/11 Discussion Questions What is the difference between a trait and a mood? If a trait is supposed to remain stable, then how do we know whether evidence of change in traits is really about traits or is really reflecting changing moods?
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5/26/11 The 5 Factor Model Openness to Experience vs. Resistance Conscientiousness vs. Impulsiveness Extraversion vs. Introversion Agreeableness vs. Antagonism Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability
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5/26/11 Personality Over Time A lot of stability in personality traits over time. Some evidence suggests that our personality traits stabilize at 30, but controversial.
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5/26/11 Personality Over Time When individuals are followed both change and stability are noted. Stability peaks in middle adulthood If person experiences few life events that induce change, then change is
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5/26/11 Cohort Differences Americans have shown higher levels of anxiety and neuroticism during recent decades
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