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Unformatted text preview: 3 Superfactors o Ext/Int., o Stability (neuroticism), o Psychoticism (loner; overtly hostile; disregards social conventions, including being cruel; are seen as peculiar. Cattell discussed the importance of using several research methodologies, and types of data to prove your theory. 16 TraitsSource and Surface Traits. Source =Ability, Temperament, Dynamic ability (how skilled someone is in a particular situation), Ex. = Reasoning, vigilance, intelligence, abstractedness -temperament (the general manner or style of a persons behavior, especially as it relates to the emotional life of the person), (Ex.= Tension, Perfectionism, Warmth, Social boldness, and Apprehension) and -dynamic (motivations and types of goals one has) Ex. = Dominance, Rule-Consciousness...
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- Fall '11
- Personality Psychology