Personality and Differences between People

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sehr nice, thx
How in depth do you think we need to know the brain parts of task 4?
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Hey! Do you also have task 8 & 9? Kudos for 1-7!! Great to use while studying!
ill post them once i go over them and make them better as they are vague now ?
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Very nice!! Do you have the answer key by any Chance?
I am not quite sure but I think 2A is correct!
What are your opinions about this course so far? can you keep up the pace with with complex cogniton next to it? :)
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is there any chance that you can release this as an excel or word file?
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AWESOME SUMMARY THANK YOU !
Hey Guys: I still do not get the difference between content validity, criteron validity and construct validity. Maybe someone can help? Would be super awesome! :)
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Thanks a lot :)
You're welcome :) if you dowloaded the file, can you tell me if the quality is ok? Normally it's readable :D
Hey! Can you tell me in which task/article was the table? I remember talking about it but I don't find it in my summary :)
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Thank you :)
no worries. :)
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sorry but... i guess you've read the wrong article for this Task. We had to read :JUDGE: What I experienced yesterday is who I am today but you read: JUDGE: "The Person-Situation debate revisited
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alright :) I just wanted to tell you :)
The first one was previously mentioned in the reference list and then they changed the article.. my bad :D
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thanks for sharing!
best summary ever!!
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ATTENTION: Neuroticism: - withdrawal: right frontal lobe - volatility: left frontal lobe (i.e. anger)
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thank you for sharing!!
really good work! Dont forget to study what I-/S-/B- data etc. mean :) ie. Biodata = L-Data (not B-data as one might think)
No problem :) And Yes thanks for reminding me!!
Does anyone have a short comparison between old revised reward sensitivity theory?
What I got from Wikipedia was the following (just what I deemed most important) Changes: FFS turned into FFFS (Fight Flight FREEEZE system). BIS was defined as the system becoming activated when both BAS and FFFS are activated together, thereby producing anxiety. FFFS: Associated with fear BIS: Associated with anxiety
original: BAS and BIS but very Little understanding of FFS (FFFS) revisited: BAS and BIS and FFFS HMLP: includes BAS AATM: includes BAS and BIS but not FFFS (Bc it's based on the original Version) PMTC: assumes that Temperament and character are Independent => false they share genetic basis
Question: Where does it say that primary psychopaths are low in exploitativeness? Because isn't the main purpose of anyone who acts in a psychopathic way to exploit others? Why would they score low on it then??
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"The distinction between primary and secondary psychopathy has some interesting implications. One of these involves the behavior of persons who have high levels of one aspect of psychopathy, but low levels of the other. (Because the two kinds of psychopathy have moderate positive correlations with each other, such persons will be somewhat unusual, but not extremely rare.) Consider a person who has high levels of primary psychopathic traits (such as deceitfulness, grandiosity, and selfishness) but low levels of secondary psychopathic traits (such as impulsivity and irresponsibility). Such a person will likely cause many difficulties for other people, by being exploitative and manipulative of others" Generally you have a balance but you are more likely to be exploitative if you are higher in primary psycho. than in secondary psycho. :) but both use exploitation of others, just a different level :)
Primary psychopaths are cold and deceptive and are not likely to commit "active" crimes => thus won't be convicted // secondary psychopaths are the once who can't inhibit themselves and thus are more engaged in "active" crime => will be more likely convicted// nevertheless both are predictors of delinquent behavior
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halo I bims. I finds vol suppa vong Ausfündlichkeit her.
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Hey! Just wanted to thank you for your great summaries, you are saving my ass for the exam!
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Guys, just noticed the boxes in Chapter 4 are missing. Sorry!
SHAME! (hope you like GoT) I put it into my MM if people want (but this is very small to read) :)
This is vocational, not covational ;)
you're right! sorry about that
Don't worry :D we're human ahah
Thank you so much!!!
You’re welcome :)
Just because I find it interesting to read some more about this. Where did you find this information. I saw some of it on page 247, but not all of it?
Ashton Chapter 10.8.3 p.273-274 :)
Thanks! I'll look it up tomorrow, didn't come across it myself, probably read over it! Thanks for your summary, it was a nice guideline while making my own!
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I really like your summary!
thank you :)
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What do you mean with "g" on page 4 (additive genetics)?
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You're not allowed to upload documents that are not your own!
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Great summaries, Thanks a lot!
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this is for problem 8. i put the wrong number in the title
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bless you!
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bless your sould
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