In this update of the 2001 and 1997 editions, Funder (psychology, U. of California-Riverside) continues to show that personality psychology matters, while incorporating recent research on biological, cross-cultural, and cognitive aspects of personality. He reassures students that recurring themes ar
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David C. Funder is a professor of psychology at the University of California, Riverside. He is editor of the Journal of Research and Personalityand a former associate editor of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. He is best known for his research on personality judgment and has also published on the delay of gratification, attribution theory, and the longitudinal course of personality development.Review:
A refreshing diversion from the traditional assembly-line approach of other textbook authors. -- D. Brett King, University of Colorado, Boulder
The author did a fine, balanced, careful job, and the writing is a pleasure. -- Drew Westen, Department of Psychiatry, Cambridge Hospital
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