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Personality and Emotional Development

Personality Traits and Chronic Disease: Implications for Adult Personality Development

Personality and Adult Development: Looking Beyond the OCEAN

Current understanding of personality and its development

Personality Factors and Breast Cancer Development: a Prospective Longitudinal Study

Self-Injury, Borderline Personality Development, and the Externalizing Spectrum

The Dynamic Role of Identity Processes in Personality Development Theories, Patterns, and New Directions

Psychotherapy Research: Implications for Optimal Therapist Personality, Training, and Development

Invalidating Environments and the Development of Borderline Personality Disorder

Long-term consequences of early development on personality traits: a study in European rabbits

Motivation, Personality, and Development Within Embedded Social Contexts: An Overview of Self-Determination Theory

The relationship between personality, socio-economic factors, acute life stress and the development, spontaneous conversion and recurrences of acute lone atrial fibrillation

The Role of Competition and Cooperation in Shaping Personality: An Evolutionary Perspective on Social Dominance, Machiavellianism, and Children’s Social Development

Personality, Demographics, and Self-Reported Behavioral Acts: The Development of Avocational Interest Scales from Estimates of the Amount of Time Spent in Interest-Related Activities

‘Right to a free development of personality case’, Anonymous, Final decision on jurisdiction, merits, and damages, ILDC 1467 (MX 2009), 6th January 2009, Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation [Sup Ct]

CASPI, Avshalom (born 1960), Edward M. Arnett Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Duke University, since 2008; Professor of Personality Development, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience (formerly Institute of Psychiatry), King’s College London, since 1997

 

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An area of sport psychology that includes the study of the genetics and environmental processes that influence personality.

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