Personality and Emotion

@inproceedings{Revelle2008PersonalityAE,
  title={Personality and Emotion},
  author={William Revelle and Klaus R. Scherer},
  year={2008}
}
Personality is the coherent patterning of affect, behavior, cognition, and desires (goals) over time and space. Just as a full blown emotion represents an integration of feeling, action, appraisal and wants at a particular time and location so does personality represent integration over time and space of these components (Ortony et al., 2005). A helpful analogy is to consider that personality is to emotion as climate is to weather. That is, what one expects is personality, what one observes at… CONTINUE READING
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