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The study of personality as it is treated here is an effort to identify and to describe
distinctive human characteristics and to apply these in predicting the behaviour of
people. Descriptions of personality made in ordinary conversation are often ...
Adler. While the writings of Freud and Jung may be contrasted with more
experimentally grounded, so-called eclectic scientific theories of personality,
many other authors were strongly influenced by Freudian and Jungian notions.
More recent ...
even unity) in human personality, but there is gross evidence that spectacular
personality changes can be induced biologically (e.g., by drugs). Factor-analytic
studies at times may appear to be exploratory and atheoretical, but intrinsically
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