INTRODUCTION TO PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY
University of Michigan, Fall 2002
Tu & Th 1-2 PM in 1324 East Hall
Instructor: Verónica Benet-MartínezThis course is intended to be a general overview of the contemporary study of personality and its theoretical background. Great emphasis will be placed on familiarizing the student with current research and theory on specific personality topics. Examples of topics covered in this class are: personality units (motives and goals, traits and temperament, and cognitions), social-environmental determinants of personality, personality development, personality assessment, self-concept and self-esteem, emotion and coping, and cultural personality psychology (e.g., bicultural identity, cultural differences in personality traits, etc.).
- Contact Information:
- Office Hours: Tuesdays 4-6 PM (3251 East Hall)
- Coffee-hour with students: Times will always be announced in class
VERY IMPORTANT: Be aware that make-up exams will not be given in this class. Therefore, if you foresee a conflict with any of the exam dates, DO NOT ENROLL IN THIS CLASS!!
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