Personality: Determinants, Dynamics, and Potentials

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Personality: Determinants, Dynamics, and Potentials is a comprehensive survey of contemporary research and theory in personality psychology. The book provides balanced coverage of biological, cognitive, affective, social, and interpersonal determinants of personality functioning and individual differences. The authors organize these factors within an overarching theoretical framework that highlights the dynamic transactions between individuals and the sociocultural environment, and the human capacities for self-reflection and self-regulation. The book's broad, integrative approach to the study of personality reveals how advances throughout the psychological sciences illuminate the classic questions of personality psychology.

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Yuichi Shoda, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Washington. After studying physics at Hokkaido University in Sapporo, Japan, he studied psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and at Stanford University, and received his doctorate at Columbia University. Dr. Shoda's research is aimed at identifying and understanding stable and distinctive within-person patterns of variation in the ever-changing stream, over time and across situations, of an individual's cognition, affect, and behavior.
Daniel Cervone, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He received his doctorate at Stanford University; has held visiting faculty positions at the University of Washington and the University of Rome, La Sapienza; has been a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences; and has served as associate editor of the" Journal of Research in Personality," Dr. Cervone's main work involves the development of a conceptual model of the architecture of personality systems and of idiographic, person-centered methods that follow from that model.
Geraldine Downey, PhD, is Vice Provost for Diversity Initiatives and a Professor in the Department of Psychology at Columbia University. She received her BS in psychology from University College, Dublin, and her MA and PhD in developmental psychology from Cornell University. Her work focuses on the personal and interpersonal costs of rejection by significant others and social groups. Dr. Downey is also interested in identifying personal and contextual resources that can ameliorate and remediate the harm of social rejection andmarginalization.

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"Personality: Determinants, Dynamics, and Potentials does a great service to personality psychology by providing an up-to-date summary and discussion of the current theory and research in the field." American Psychological Association Review of Books

"It is simply the best book of its kind. Its lucid, deep, and interesting treatment of the core issues in personality psychology make it a real contribution to the field. Every student of personality should read it." Carol S. Dweck, Professor of Psychology, Columbia University

"The new look in personality! For quite some time, we have been hoping for a text that goes beyond the separatism and bias favoring one or the other approach to the psychology of personality. With an elegant treatment of both individual differences and personality process research, Caprara and Cervone have succeeded admirably in joining these two traditions. Their powerful integration points the way to a new future for the psychology of personality. I congratulate the authors on this stunning achievement." Paul Baltes, Director of the Center for Lifespan Psychology, Max-Planck Institute for Human Development

"Fifty years ago, Gordon Allport, a founder of personality psychology, implored: 'No door should be closed in the study of personality.' Now, Caprara and Cervone have written a book that opens doors onto this exciting field. The book is peerless in its breadth of scholarship and open-minded attitude toward psychological science. I recommend this remarkably informative book to fellow researchers and teachers; all of us will learn a great deal from it and so too will our students." Professor Avshalom Caspi Institute of Psychiatry, London, and University of Wisconsin-Madison"

"This volume is a masterful, integrative contribution to the field of personality." Albert Bandura, David Starr Jordan Professor of Social Science in Psychology, Stanford University

"Personality psychology has undergone major changes in recent decades, and there is now a greater need than ever for new textbooks to provide an integrative analysis and review of this important field. Caprara and Cervone accomplish this in a stimulating book that represents an important contribution to the field, and that should find a ready audience among researchers as well as among students as an advanced textbook in courses on personality psychology." Joseph P. Forgas, Scientia Professor of Psychology, University of New South Wales

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