Personality: Temperament, Social Behavior, and the Self
Organized around the content areas, rather than around theories and approaches, this text emphasizes the methods of mainstream psychology. It offers a variety of conceptual tools, such as personal-social, overt-covert, active-passive and master-pawn dichotomies.
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