PPE_Notes_1.25.08 - else o A unipolar trait is where on the...

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PPE Class 08:54:18 Psychosomatic symptoms o A : of, relating to, involving, or concerned with bodily symptoms caused by mental or emotional disturbance < psychosomatic illness> < psychosomatic medicine> b : exhibiting psychosomatic symptoms <a psychosomatic patient> — psy·cho·so·mat·i·cal·ly /-i-k(&-)lE/ adverb . o Bipolar traits: extraversion and neuroticism are bipolar traits One end has a lot of something and at the other end also has a lot of something
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Unformatted text preview: else. o A unipolar trait is where on the bottom you have nothing of something; on the top you have a lot of it. Aggression is a unipolar trait • Surgency could be extraversion • Emotional stability is a continuum and could be called neuroticism • Openness and intellectants are the same thing o Openness to new experiences is the default • Read pg 88-89 •...
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