Congratulations to Lisa Hecht, a third year clinical neuropsychology student, for her poster presentation at the Association for Psychological Science’s 26th Annual Convention in San Francisco. Hecht, L. K., & Latzman, R. D. Factors of trait impulsivity exhibit specific associations with subtypes of aggression.
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Chimps and Humans Have Similar Personality Traits Elizabeth Palermo, Live Science Contributor | May 10, 2014 07:28am ET Ever heard of a conscientious chimp? An extroverted ape? New research suggests that chimpanzees, man’s closest living relatives, have personality traits quite similar to their human cousins. The study, conducted by researchers at Georgia State University, found that chimpanzees not […]
Smarter than the average ape: Researchers find Chimpanzees really DO have distinct personalities almost identical to humans Fundamental personality trait for chimpanzees is dominance Team identified five personality factors that combine differently in each individual chimpanzee: conscientiousness, dominance, extraversion, agreeableness and intellect By MARK PRIGG PUBLISHED: 15:35 EST, 6 May 2014 | UPDATED: 16:52 EST, 6 May 2014 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2621829/Getting-personal-primates-Researchers-Chimpanzees-personalities-identical-humans.html#ixzz30yx1Y9hF […]
Featured Research Chimpanzees Show Similar Personality Traits to Humans Date: May 6, 2014 Source: Georgia State University Summary: Chimpanzees have almost the same personality traits as humans, and they are structured almost identically, according to new work. The research also shows some of those traits have a neurobiological basis, and that those traits vary according […]
Chimpanzees Show Similar Personality Traits to Humans, Research Team Finds Posted On May 6, 2014 Categories Campus News Tags Neuroscience, Psychology, Research Chimpanzees have almost the same personality traits as humans, and they are structured almost identically, according to new work led by researchers at Georgia State University. Read more here.
April, 2014 Yuri Shishido, a clinical neuropsychology graduate student, successfully defended her Master’s thesis, “The Contribution of Temperament and Depressive Symptoms as Pathways to Informant Discrepancies on Parenting Practices.”