Posted: February 23rd, 2017
The three general research approaches to the study of personality are clinical, experimental, and correlational. For this discussion:
Briefly describe the criteria for each of the research approaches: clinical, experimental, and correlational.
Select a recent article (from within the past five years) that focuses on a personality research study and is published in the Journal of Personality. Use the Capella library to search for articles in this journal.
Identify the main aspects of the study article you located in the library and the research approach to which it relates.
Explain how the selected study meets the criteria for the research approach.
Be sure to use APA style to cite and reference your article.
In the Theories of Personality text, read Chapter 1, “Studying Personality: Assessment, Research, and Theory,” pages 1–38.
This chapter introduces you to the study of personality, important issues in personality theory, and the goals and approaches of personality assessment and research. Article Search
Use the Capella University Library to complete the following tasks:
In Theories of Personality, Schultz and Schultz discuss several issues related to the study of personality. After reading the Introduction to the text, select two issues that you find most appealing. Locate and read one professional article (from within the past five years) for each issue. You will use these articles in an upcoming discussion.
Locate and read one professional article (from within the past five years) that focuses on clinical, experimental, or correlational research on personality and is published in the Journal of Personality. You will use this article in an upcoming discussion in which you explain how your selected study article meets the criteria for the category of research in which the study fits (clinical, experimental, or correlational).
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