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Introduction to Personality, Individual Differences and Intelligence 2ed

by Nick Haslam, Luke Smillie, Richard Roberts and Timothy Bates SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
03/2017
ISBN:
9781446249628
Format:
Hbk 384 pages
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AU$210.00 NZ$213.04
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The Second Edition of this popular textbook builds on the strengths of the first, continuing its reputation for clarity, accessibility, conceptual sophistication and panoramic coverage of personality and intelligence.

SECTION 1 DESCRIBING PERSONALITY
1. What is Personality?
2. Trait Psychology
3. Personality Processes
SECTION 2 EXPLAINING PERSONALITY
4. Psychoanalytic Approaches to Personality
5. Biological Approaches I: Evolution and Genetics
6. Biological Approaches II: Brain Structure and Function
7. Cognitive Approaches to Personality
SECTION 3 APPLYING PERSONALITY
8. Personality Change and Development
9. The Assessment of Personality
10. Personality and Mental Disorder
11. Psychobiography and Life Narratives
SECTION 4 INTELLIGENCE
12. Intelligence and Cognitive Abilities
13. Intelligence in Everyday Life
14. Emotional Intelligence

This SAGE Foundations of Psychology textbook provides a superb introduction to the field of personality, intelligence and individual differences. Students will especially appreciate the quality of exposition that renders often difficult-to-grasp topics easy to understand, including importantly how they relate to the broader field of psychological science.
Nick Haslam - University of Melbourne
Luke Smillie - University of Melbourne