Chapter 11 – Personality

@inproceedings{Hoff2012Chapter1,
  title={Chapter 11 – Personality},
  author={E. Hoff and I. Carlsson and Gudmund J. W. Smith},
  year={2012}
}
Publisher Summary Trait words are the natural units in personality descriptions. Traits capture a person's typical behavior, and thus describe what a person is generally like. The enormous variety of traits, or trait names in use have tempted scholars of personality to construct typological schemata—sometimes termed super factors—of which the most popular include both psychological traits and somatic attributes. These sets of traits are purported to be universal, in the sense that everyone… Expand

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