Longitudinal Experience-Wide Association Studies-A Framework for Studying Personality Change

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Bleidorn , W , Hopwood , C J , Back , M D , Denissen , J J A , Hennecke , M , Jokela , M , Kandler , C , Lucas , R E , Luhmann , M , Orth , U , Roberts , B W , Wagner , J , Wrzus , C & Zimmermann , J 2020 , ' Longitudinal Experience-Wide Association Studies-A Framework for Studying Personality Change ' , European Journal of Personality , vol. 34 , no. 3 , pp. 285-300 . https://doi.org/10.1002/per.2247

Title: Longitudinal Experience-Wide Association Studies-A Framework for Studying Personality Change
Author: Bleidorn, Wiebke; Hopwood, Christopher J.; Back, Mitja D.; Denissen, Jaap J. A.; Hennecke, Marie; Jokela, Markus; Kandler, Christian; Lucas, Richard E.; Luhmann, Maike; Orth, Ulrich; Roberts, Brent W.; Wagner, Jenny; Wrzus, Cornelia; Zimmermann, Johannes
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Department of Psychology and Logopedics
Date: 2020-05
Language: eng
Number of pages: 16
Belongs to series: European Journal of Personality
ISSN: 0890-2070
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/324773
Abstract: The importance of personality for predicting life outcomes in the domains of love, work, and health is well established, as is evidence that personality traits, while relatively stable, can change. However, little is known about the sources and processes that drive changes in personality traits and how such changes might impact important life outcomes. In this paper, we make the case that the research paradigms and methodological approaches commonly used in personality psychology need to be revised to advance our understanding of the sources and processes of personality change. We proposeLongitudinal Experience-Wide Association Studiesas a framework for studying personality change that can address the limitations of current methods, and we discuss strategies for overcoming some of the challenges associated withLongitudinal Experience-Wide Association Studies.
Subject: personality development
Big Five
longitudinal designs
traits
states
HEALTH-RELATED BEHAVIORS
RANK-ORDER STABILITY
SOCIAL-INVESTMENT
MEAN-LEVEL
TRAIT DEVELOPMENT
5-FACTOR MODEL
SUBSTANCE-USE
OLD-AGE
RECIPROCAL RELATIONS
ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR
515 Psychology
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