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Christopher S. Nave, Michael G. Feeney & R. Michael Furr

In: The SAGE Handbook of Personality and Individual Differences: Volume I: The Science of Personality and Individual Differences

Chapter 15: Behavioral Observation in the Study of Personality and Individual Differences

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Behavioral Observation in the Study of Personality and Individual Differences
Behavioral Observation in the Study of Personality and Individual Differences
Christopher S. Nave Michael G. Feeney R. Michael Furr

Many of us became interested in psychology because of our fascination with observing what people do – particularly in contexts like a coffee shop, a party, a sporting event, or an airport. Similarly, when an important event like a presidential debate occurs, spectators often look at the delivery of the presentation as much – or possibly even more than – the political content of the message. We may pay keen attention to the type of smiles the candidates display, how energetic ...

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