Dr John Maltby is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Leicester. He has over 100 publications in the area of personality and individual differences.
Dr Liz Day is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University. She has over 40 publications in the area of individual differences. She has also trained as a Clinical Hypnotherapist.
Professor Ann Macaskill is at Sheffield Hallam University and is a Chartered Health Psychologist and trained in cognitive behaviour therapy. She has published extensively, with current research in individual differences, health and well-being.
Part 1 Personality
1. Personality Theory in Context
2. The Basis of the Psychoanalytic Approach to Personality
3. Developments of Freudian Theorising
4. Learning Theory Perspectives on Personality
5. Cognitive Personality Theories
6. Humanistic Personality Theories
7. The Trait Approach to Personality
8. Biological Basis of Personality I: Genetic Heritability of Personality
and Biological and Physiological Models of Personality
9. Biological Basis of Personality II: Evolutionary Psychology and
Animal Studies of Personality
10. Further ideas and debates in Personality: Personality and Culture
Part 2 Intelligence
11. An Introduction to Intelligence
12.. Theories and Measurement of Intelligence
13. The Use of Intelligence Tests: What Questions Emerge from
the Measurement of Intelligence?
14. Heritability and Socially Defined Race Differences in Intelligence
15. Further Discussions and Debates in Intelligence: Sex Differences
in Intelligence and Emotional Intelligence
16. The Application of Personality and Intelligence in Education and
the Workplace: The Introduction of Other Intelligences
Part 3 Further Debates and Applications in Individual Differences
17. Further Debates and Applications in Individual Differences: An Introduction
19. Irrational Beliefs
20. Embarrassment, Shyness and Social Anxiety
21. Interpersonal Relationships
22. Social Attitudes
23. Well-being and Personality Disorders
24. Individual Differences in Health and Illness
25. An Introduction to Psychometric Testing
Please SEE BELOW for chapters hosted on the companion website.
THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL MATERIAL CAN
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26. Academic Argument and Thinking
27. Statistical Terms
28. Research Ethics