Author ’ s Response Three Methodological Core Issues of Comparative Personality Research

@inproceedings{Uher2008AuthorS,
  title={Author ’ s Response Three Methodological Core Issues of Comparative Personality Research},
  author={Jana Uher},
  year={2008}
}
Comparative personality research in human and nonhuman species advances many areas of empirical and theoretical research. The methodological foundations underlying these attempts to explain personality, however, remain an unpopular and often ignored topic. The target paper and this rejoinder explore three methodological core issues in the philosophy of science for comparative personality research: Conceptualising personality variation, identifying domains of variation and measuring variation… CONTINUE READING

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