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Psychology Library Editions: Personality 16 Volume Set

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    The study of personality has a long history and many different theoretical viewpoints within psychology. Psychology Library Editions: Personality (16 Volume set) presents titles, originally published between 1950 and 1997, covering many of these traditions and theories. It includes contributions from many well-respected academics and is a fascinating insight into this diverse field.

    1. Inquiring Man: The Psychology of Personal Constructs (3rd Edn) Don Bannister & Fay Fransella (1986)

    2. Culture and Cognition: Readings in Cross-Cultural Psychology John W. Berry & P.R. Dasen (Eds) (1974)

    3. Interaction Concepts of Personality Robert C. Carson (1970)

    4. An Introduction to Personality Study Raymond B. Cattell (1950)

    5. The Optimal Personality: An Empirical and Theoretical Analysis Richard W. Coan (1974)

    6. Humans as Self-Constructing Living Systems: A Developmental Perspective on Behavior and Personality Donald H. Ford (1987)

    7. Humans as Self-Constructing Living Systems: Putting the Framework to Work Martin E. Ford & Donald H. Ford (Eds) (1987)

    8. The Construction of Personality: An Introduction (2nd Edn) Sarah E. Hampson (1988)

    9. Personality Disorders: New Symptom-focused Drug Therapy S. Joseph (1997)

    10. Theories of Personality: A Systems Approach David Lester (1995)

    11. The Meaning of Behaviour J.R. Maze (1983)

    12. Margins of the Mind Frank Musgrove (1977)

    13. Approaches to Personality Theory David Peck & David Whitlow (1975)

    14. Prophecy, Behaviour and Change: An Examination of Self-Fulfilling Prophecies in Helping Relationships Gerald G. Smale (1977)

    15. The Nature of Human Personality G.N.M. Tyrrell (1954)

    16. Macrostructures: An Interdisciplinary Study of Global Structures in Discourse, Interaction and Cognition Teun A. van Dijk (1980)


    Multivolume collection by leading authors in the field.