The Dynamical Perspective in Personality and Social Psychology

@inproceedings{Vallacher2002TheDP,
  title={The Dynamical Perspective in Personality and Social Psychology},
  author={Robin R. Vallacher and Stephen J. Read and Andrzej J. Nowak},
  year={2002}
}
Human experience reflects the interplay of multiple forces operating on various time scales to promote constantly evolving patterns of thought, emotion, and action. The complexity and dynamism of personal and social phenomena have long been recognized, but capturing these features of psychological process represents a serious challenge for traditional research methods. In this article, we introduce basic concepts and methods from the study of nonlinear dynamical systems, and we outline the… CONTINUE READING

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