Structured personality-learning theory a wholistic multivariate research approach by Raymond B. Cattell

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  • Personality.,
  • Personality assessment -- Research.

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StatementRaymond B. Cattell.
SeriesCentennial psychology series
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LC ClassificationsBF698 .C37 1983
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Paginationxii, 466 p. :
Number of Pages466
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Open LibraryOL3173800M
ISBN 100030597315
LC Control Number83016103

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It conveys the inborn instincts including sexual and aggressive driving forces as well as sexual or aggressive impulses.

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Raymond Bernard Cattell (20 March – 2 February ) was a British and American psychologist, known for his psychometric research into intrapersonal psychological structure. His work also explored the basic dimensions of personality and temperament, the range of cognitive abilities, the dynamic dimensions of motivation and emotion, the clinical dimensions of abnormal personality.

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Raymond Bernard Cattell Cattell was born in England in to a family of engineers. Cattell was a bright student, graduating with his doctorate in psychology in from the University of London at InCattell was invited to the states by E.L. THE STRUCTURE OF PERSONALITY.

Personality according to Freud is made up of the Id, ego and superego. They involve in the process of shaping the individuals mind. According to Buskist William (), “the unconscious mind is a perceptual battleground in which the Id, ego and superego are engaged in unending conflict.” “The result form.

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In more than 50 books and articles and book chapters, he developed a theory of human behavior rivaled in comprehensiveness only by the theory of Freud, and rivaled by no other theory in its adherence to evidence derived from empirical research.

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Raymond Bernard Cattell, nado en Hill Top o 20 de marzo de e finado en Honolulu o 2 de febreiro de foi un psicólogo británico-estadounidense, coñecido pola súa investigación psicométrica das estruturas psicolóxicas intrapersoais.

[1] [2] A súa obra explorou tamén as dimensións básicas da personalidade e o temperamento, o rango das capacidades cognitivas, as dimensións.

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Cattell: Personality and Learning Theory, 2 vol. (–80), is considered Cattell’s most important work. In it he proposed a theory of human development that integrates the intellectual, temperamental, and dynamic aspects of personality in the context of environmental and cultural influences.

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Raimundus Bernardus (Anglice Raymond Bernard) Cattell (natus Hill Top Bromvici in vico prope Birminghamiam die 20 Martii ; mortuus Honolulu Havaiorum die 2 Februarii ) fuit psychologus Anglicus et Americanus, qui investigatione psychometrica de structura psychologica inter personalitates innotuit.

Eius opera etiam fundamenta personalitatis et temperamenti exploravit, ne deferantur. Learning theory, any of the proposals put forth to explain changes in behaviour produced by practice, as opposed to other factors, e.g., physiological development.

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Personality Theories Introduction In psychology, personality can be described as the "the patterns of behavior, thought, and emotion unique to an individual, and the ways they interact to help or hinder the adjustment of a person to other people and situations" ("personality," ).

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