Personality Beyond Traits: Narrow-Sense and Broad-Sense Personality Definitions

Kandler C (2015)
European Journal of Personality 29(3): 333-334.

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Dunlop tries to integrate the contextualized self-concept perspective and the three-layer model of personality. I strongly support attempts of integration of apparently compatible or even incompatible approaches to bring forward the field of personality research. However, I identified conceptual shortcomings that may be resolved with a clear, common and broad-sense definition of personality. Moreover, Dunlop's integration attempt does not go far enough in specific aspects relevant to the possible marriage of the two approaches. Given these shortcomings, I cannot see a marriage at the moment but rather a first date. Copyright (C) 2015 European Association of Personality Psychology
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European Journal of Personality
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29
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333-334
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Kandler C. Personality Beyond Traits: Narrow-Sense and Broad-Sense Personality Definitions. European Journal of Personality. 2015;29(3):333-334.
Kandler, C. (2015). Personality Beyond Traits: Narrow-Sense and Broad-Sense Personality Definitions. European Journal of Personality, 29(3), 333-334.
Kandler, C. (2015). Personality Beyond Traits: Narrow-Sense and Broad-Sense Personality Definitions. European Journal of Personality 29, 333-334.
Kandler, C., 2015. Personality Beyond Traits: Narrow-Sense and Broad-Sense Personality Definitions. European Journal of Personality, 29(3), p 333-334.
C. Kandler, “Personality Beyond Traits: Narrow-Sense and Broad-Sense Personality Definitions”, European Journal of Personality, vol. 29, 2015, pp. 333-334.
Kandler, C.: Personality Beyond Traits: Narrow-Sense and Broad-Sense Personality Definitions. European Journal of Personality. 29, 333-334 (2015).
Kandler, Christian. “Personality Beyond Traits: Narrow-Sense and Broad-Sense Personality Definitions”. European Journal of Personality 29.3 (2015): 333-334.