Samstag, 29. Dezember 2012

GFP & Personality:

>High scores on the GFP [general factor of personality] indicate a "good" personality; low scores a "difficult" personality (someone who is hard to get along with). Individuals high on GFP are altruistic, agreeable, relaxed, conscientious, sociable, and open, with high levels of well-being and self-esteem. Because the GFP defines clear positive and negative poles, it provides potential for understanding the socially "advantaged" (those with high levels of emotional intelligence) as well as the socially "challenged" (those more likely to suffer a personality disorder). The GFP can be viewed as a dimension of social effectiveness.<

J. Philippe Rushton

Helmuth Nyborg, In conversation with J. Philippe Rushton, 2012

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