Primary personality

Primary personality

The core personality of an DID patient. In women, the primary personality is often timid and passive, and may be diagnosed as depressed.
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The party was responding to comments that called minor parties 'firefly parties' or 'ahp parties', especially by Sam Rainsy, a former opposition leader and the primary personality calling for the election boycott.
In view of the above, academic performance may not be simply a reflection of the innate capabilities of the students but their self-concept of ability in general and primary personality traits in particular.
The two primary personality models that have been investigated in behavioral finance are the Big Five personality traits and, more recently, the Myers-Briggs model.
He documents a hierarchy of evil behavior, basing this on the biographies of some 600 violent criminals, and discusses two primary personality traits common to these individuals--narcissism and aggression.
This technique is commonly used to indicate a person's primary personality, for example, as part of the screening process during job interviews.
Eysenck Personality Questionnaire--Revised (EPQ-R) The EPQ-R (Eysenck et al., 1985a) contains 48 items (each scored yes/no) grouped into four subscales which measure the three primary personality domains of psychoticism, extraversion, and neuroticism, as well as a lie scale which assesses the chance of making socially desirable responses.
One particular personality may be the primary personality that develops from a particular abuse situation.
And though it's hard to buy into Letty's many contradictions, it's not hard to understand the unstable attraction and revulsion she has for Javier (Juan Diego Botto), a hitman whose primary personality traits are that he's weirdly polite and soap-opera-star hot.
It helps users identify primary personality traits and provides guidelines on how to manage and sell to different kinds of people based on those traits.
Analysis of primary personality traits determined the presence of high correlation between extraversion /intraversion, psychoticism and neuroticism in heroin abusers.
The "Alter-in-control" approach considers the key issue as which "alter" (personality) was in control at the time of the offense and whether he or she met the insanity standard, the "Each-alter" approach considers whether each personality met the insanity standard, and the "Host-alter" approach considers whether the dominant or primary personality met the insanity standard.

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