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Re-Visiting Intelligence-Personality Associations: Vindicating Intellectual Investment

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Title of host publicationThe Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Individual Differences
DatePublished - 12 Mar 2013
Number of pages25
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Print)9781444334388

    Research areas

  • Conceptual associations between personality and intelligence - hypothesizing a developmental relationship between intelligence and personality, Hungry mind, positive effect on life satisfaction - theoretical pathways, through which intellectual investment affects life-satisfaction, Intelligence and personality - uneven degrees of attention in individual differences research, Intelligence and personality, differing in multiple aspects - intelligence measured in terms of maximal performance, Intelligence and personality, sharing common features - other than their seminal role in individual differences research, Intelligence, being unidirectional, "little of" to "much of," and personality traits - bidirectional, with opposing poles of extreme dispositions, Openness to experience, trait openness - intellectual curiosity, esthetic awareness and artistic interests, Personality traits, influencing how, when and where individuals - apply and invest their cognitive ability, Personality, in contrast, continuing to face problems - that intelligence has long overcome, Re-visiting intelligence-personality associations - vindicating intellectual investment

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