The Biology of Human Conduct: East-West Models of Temperament and Personality is a three-part book that explores models of temperament, typology and personality, and personality and conditioning. The first part has four chapters detailing the behavior genetic model; typological models; human typology and higher mental processes; and interactional approach to development. The second part covers theories of personality; strength of the nervous system; the orientation reaction; mobility, concentration, and lability; and the structure of nervous system properties. The last part shows sources of variance in conditioning and socialization.
Part 1 Models of Temperament Chapter 1. Behavior Genetic Model Chapter 2. Typological Models Chapter 3. Human Typology and Higher Mental Processes Chapter 4. Interactional Approach to Development Part 2 Typology and Personality Chapter 5. Theories of Personality Chapter 6. Strength of the Nervous System Chapter 7. The Orientation Reaction Chapter 8. Mobility, Concentration and Liability Chapter 9. The Structure of Nervous System Properties Part 3 Personality and Conditioning Chapter 10. Sources of Variance in Conditioning Chapter 11. Socialization: The Search for "Conscience" Chapter 12. Summary and Conclusions: Some Final Observations References Author Index Subject Index
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- © Pergamon 1982
- 1st January 1982
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