Department of Psychology

Personality Research

There are numerous perspectives that can be adopted in personality research (e.g., behavioral, physiological, cognitive, and psychodynamic), and each is concerned with stable individual differences that are reflected in the way people act, think, and feel. Personality research is especially important when it is used to predict life outcomes such as well-being, life satisfaction, and the propensity for acquiring various psychiatric conditions like depression and anxiety.

The following faculty member researches this area of psychology. Please follow the links to their homepages.