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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