How Can Personality be Described? A Systems Approach
The personality systems framework (PSF) is an outline of the study of human personality. It includes offshoots that indicate the position of personality amidst its neighboring systems such as a person's situations and group memberships, and diagrams of the key, inner parts of personality as well.
Mayer, John D., "How Can Personality be Described? A Systems Approach" (2008). UNH Personality Lab. 2.
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