Monthly Archives: November 2010

Personality Psychology and Economics

Remember that “little” paper by Almlund, Duckworth, Heckman, & Kautz that we read at the beginning of the semester–roughly 90 pages or so?  It has been revised.  It is now 248 pages.  The authors are taking comments: Almlund et al … Continue reading

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Molenaar: what’s inside you isn’t what’s between us

ITS_JRP Here’s a paper by Peter Molenaar presenting a model of personality based on the explicit examination of within-person variation rather than between-person variation.  We’ll discuss this Monday, 11/15  

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Belsky & Pluess

Belsky and Pluess 2009 Here is the Belsky and Pluess paper we discussed on 11/1/10.  Comments are welcomed.

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r = .63

small behavioral ecologist’s perspective on personality .63.  That is the correlation between a set of “exploratory” behaviors measured over ten occasions in one social group with a set of “exploratory” behaviors measured in over ten occasions in a separate social … Continue reading

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