The Introductory Psychology book typically places “Personality” at the conclusion of many chapters on major psychological subsystems. In this sense, they are “remembering” Wundt’s idea that personality should draw the field together. Most Introductory Psychology books provide the coverage you need to teach personality in a systems manner. Its (almost) as simple as re-ordering your lectures.
Mayer, John D., "How to Teach the Introductory Psychology Unit on Personality Psychology: Using the Systems Framework" (2005). UNH Personality Lab. 4.
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