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Test Bank for The Person: An Introduction to the Science of Personality Psychology, 5th Edition, by Dan P. McAdams, ISBN 9780470129135



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Part I: The Background: Persons, Human Nature, and Culture 1
1. Studying the Person
2. Evolution and Human Nature
3. Social Learning and Culture

Part II: Sketching the Outline: Dispositional Traits and the Prediction of Behavior
4. Personality Traits: Fundamental Concepts and Issues
5. Five Basic Traits –
In the Brain and in Behavior
6. Continuity and Change in Traits: The Role of Genes, Environments, and Time

Part III: Filling in the Details: Characteristic Adaptations to Life Tasks
7. Motives and Goals: What Do We Want in Life?
8. Self and Other: Social-Cognitive Aspects of Personality
9. Developmental Stages and Tasks

Part IV: Making a Life: The Stories We Live By
10. Life Scripts, Life Stories
11. The Interpretation of Stories: From Freud to Today
12. Writing Stories of Lives: Biography and Life Course