Personality & Individual Differences
Personality and Individual Differences is devoted to the publication of articles (experimental, observational, methodological) in all aspects that enhance understanding of personality and other forms of individual differences. It includes studies of the structure, development, and long-term impact of personality on individual differences in emotion, coping, and behavior. Studies on the dynamic interplay of culture, social structure, and personality are welcome as are research studies examining the manifestation of personality in everyday interaction and behavior. Cogent also invites papers focused on the application of personality science to other fields including but not limited to economics, medicine, education, and clinical psychology.
Meet the Section Editor
Michael Daly, Personality & Individual Differences
Dr. Michael Daly is an Associate Professor in Psychology at Maynooth University, Ireland and since 2010 has researched and worked in UK universities in Manchester, Aberdeen, and Stirling. His main interest is in the relationship between individual differences and life circumstances. In particular, in understanding the contribution of individual difference characteristics to health and economic outcomes over the lifespan; how individual differences in personality and well-being are influenced by life events (e.g. unemployment, poverty); and understanding the processes linking physical health to mental health and well-being.
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