PERSONALITY PROCESSES LAB
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Personality and competitiveness: Extraversion, agreeableness, and their aspects, predict self-report
Extraversion and reward-processing: Consolidating evidence from an electroencephalographic index of
To fear or fly to the unknown: Tolerance for ambiguity and Big Five personality traits
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Mapping the interpersonal domain: Translating between the Big Five, HEXACO, and Interpersonal Circum
Three different theoretical frameworks for understanding social behaviour and experience, the Big Five (B5), HEXACO, and Interpersonal...
Quality of social experience explains the relation between extraversion and positive affect
The personality trait extraversion is associated with higher positive affect, and individuals who behave in an extraverted way experience...
The Role of Interpersonal Traits in Social Decision Making: Exploring Sources of Behavioral Heteroge
Economic games are well-established experimental paradigms for modeling social decision making. A large body of literature has pointed to...
Dopaminergic foundations of personality and individual differences
For several years, theory and research in Personality Neuroscience has linked dopamine function with various aspects of personality and...
Avoiding “greedy reductionism” in personality theory: Comment on “Personality from a cognitive-biolo
A brief critique of the theory of personality proposed by Y. Neuman. Full Article
Clarifying the Relation Between Extraversion and Positive Affect
This article clarifies two sources of ambiguity surrounding the relation between extraversion and positive affect. First, positive affect...
Why Does It Feel Good To Act Like an Extravert?
Research into enacted personality provides a novel perspective on the tendency for extraverted individuals to experience high levels of...
The Impact of Asymmetric Partial Feedback on Response‐Bias
For many decisions we make, we are more likely to receive feedback about some outcomes than about others, and thus we must operate under...
Extraversion and Reward Processing
Reward processes have played an increasingly visible role in theories of extraverted personality. Reward processing is usually...
Aspects of extraversion are unrelated to pleasant affective-reactivity: Further examination of the a
Two experiments examined whether aspects of extraversion concerned with agency (leadership, dominance) and affiliation (friendliness,...