UNH Personality Lab

UNH Personality Lab

 
The Personality Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire is supervised by Professor John D. Mayer and is part of the Social-Personality Program of the Department of Psychology. The work of the laboratory focuses on research in personality. Some research is theoretical in nature and other research is empirical. The lab's contemporary view of personality is guided by the personality systems framework. The laboratory's empirical research is focused at present on studies of people-centered intelligences, including primarily personal intelligence and emotional intelligence, including how mental abilities are best conceptualized, measured, and their relationships to life outcomes. Other research concerns studies of lifespace measures and on new empirical methods for testing conceptual models of personality, such as methods for testing conceptual divisions of personality into key structural areas. We also continue our work in the measurement of mood states.

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Articles

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A Measure of Emotional Empathy for Adolescents and Adults, David R. Caruso and John D. Mayer

Data Sets

Brief Mood Introspection Scale (BMIS): Open-Source Data, John D. Mayer and Yvonne N. Gaschke

Instruments

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Four Mood Introspection Scale (FMIS), John D. Mayer

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Intellectual Experience Scale, John D. Mayer and David R. Caruso

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Mood-Congruent Judgment Scale Forms A and B, John D. Mayer and E. Hanson

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The Brief Mood Introspection Scale (BMIS), John D. Mayer and Yvonne N. Gaschke

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The Multidimensional Emotional Empathy Scale (MDEES), David R. Caruso and John D. Mayer

Manuals

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Brief Mood Introspection Scale (BMIS): Scoring Instructions, John D. Mayer

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Brief Mood Introspection Scale (BMIS): Technical and Scoring Manual (2nd Edition), John D. Mayer

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TEST OF PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE 1.4 (TOPI 1.4) MANUAL, John D. Mayer, Abigail T. Panter, and David R. Caruso

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Test of Personal IntelligenceMini-12 (TOPI MINI-12):Brief Manual and Test (7th Edition), John D. Mayer, Abigail T. Panter, and David R. Caruso

The Areas Surrounding Personality (Drawn from the PSF Locational Model), John D. Mayer

Presentations

How Can Personality be Described? A Systems Approach, John D. Mayer

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How to Teach the Introductory Psychology Unit on Personality Psychology: Using the Systems Framework, John D. Mayer

Introduction to Parts of Personality, John D. Mayer

The Big Questions of Personality Psychology, John D. Mayer

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What Are the Field-Wide Frameworks for Personality Psychology? An Overview, John D. Mayer

Software Codes

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Brief Mood Introspection Scale (BMIS): Open-Source Code, John D. Mayer

Supplements

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Laboratory Technical Supplement for the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT), John D. Mayer

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Technical Notes on R-based Reanalysis of the Brief Mood Introspection Scale (BMIS) of Mayer & Gaschke, 1998, Study 1, John D. Mayer

Web Pages

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About the (Original) Emotional Intelligence Website, John D. Mayer

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An EI slideshow of Key Images from the Original Emotional Intelligence Site, John D. Mayer

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Controversies in Emotional Intelligence, John D. Mayer

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Measuring Emotional Intelligence, John D. Mayer

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What is Emotional Intelligence?, John D. Mayer