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Identification problems in personality psychology
|Statement||Lex Borghans ... [et al.].|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 16917, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16917.|
|Contributions||National Bureau of Economic Research|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011657152|
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Personality psychology attempts to describe the whole person.2 It considers both universal traits and individual differences. It examines the ways in which people are unique. As a sign of its breadth, personality psychology considers both cognitive functioning and personality traits as aspects of personality.
This paper discusses and illustrates identification problems in personality psychology. The measures used by psychologists to infer traits are based on behaviors, broadly defined.
These behaviors are produced from multiple traits interacting with incentives in situations. In general, measures are determined by these multiple traits and do not identify any particular trait unless incentives and Cited by: Identification problems in personality psychology 1. Introduction.
There is a growing interest by economists in personality psychology to better understand the diversity 2. IQ test scores reflect incentives and capture both cognitive and personality traits. Isolating a pure measure of 3. Cited by: Summary: This paper discusses and illustrates identification problems in personality psychology.
The measures used by psychologists to infer traits are based on behaviors, broadly defined. These behaviors are produced from multiple traits interacting with incentives in situations. This paper discusses and illustrates identification problems in personality psychology.
The measures used by psychologists to infer traits are based on behaviors, broadly defined. These behaviors are produced from multiple traits interacting with incentives in situations. Identification problems in personality psychology. This paper discusses and illustrates a fundamental identification problem in personality psychology.
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It is by means of a series of identifications that the personality is constituted and specified. The roots of the concept can be found in Freud's writings. This paper discusses and illustrates identification problems in personality psychology. The measures used by psychologists to infer traits are based on behaviors, broadly defined.
These behaviors are produced from multiple traits interacting with incentives in by: Personality tests are techniques designed to measure one’s personality.
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