Evaluating Individual Differences in Psychological Processes

@inproceedings{Bauer2011EvaluatingID,
  title={Evaluating Individual Differences in Psychological Processes},
  author={Daniel J. Bauer},
  year={2011}
}
Better understanding individual differences in social, cognitive, and behavioral processes is a core goal of much psychological theory and research. Although great progress has been made toward this goal, I argue here that the classical design and analysis approach that dominates individual difference research, namely, the collection of single-time-point data and application of standard linear regression models, potentially limits further advances. In particular, the opportunity to evaluate… CONTINUE READING

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