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" Cattell (1943) declared that all aspects of human personality which are or have been of importance, interest, or utility have already become recorded in the substance of language. "
Essentials of 16PF Assessment - Page 3
by Heather E. P. Cattell, James M. Schuerger - 2003 - 320 pages
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New Directions in Psychological Anthropology

Theodore Schwartz, Geoffrey M. White, Catherine A. Lutz - Psychology - 1992 - 352 pages
...personality-measurement techniques, undertook an inductive review of English personality terms with the assumption that, "all aspects of human personality which are...already become recorded in the substance of language" (1943: 483). This assumption - one that essentially argues for the behavioral validity of ethnopsychology...
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Naming the Mind: How Psychology Found Its Language

Kurt Danziger - Psychology - 1997 - 214 pages
...argument. RB Cattell, to cite only one prominent example, said that he was 'making only the one assumption that all aspects of human personality which are or...been of importance, interest, or utility have already been recorded in the substance of language' (Cattell, 1943: 483). Such a statement would not have been...
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Personality: Critical Concepts in Psychology, Volume 2

Cary L. Cooper, Lawrence A. Pervin - Personality - 1998 - 494 pages
...(1943a, 1943b. 1947). Cattell subscribed to what subsequently has become known as the lexical hypothesis: "All aspects of human personality which are or have...already become recorded in the substance of language" (1943b, p. 483). He began with the Allport and Odbert trait-name listing but, noteworthy and often...
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Personality and Psychopathology

C. Robert Cloninger - Medical - 1999 - 524 pages
...been penned by Klages, Goldberg, or other advocates of the lexical hypothesis, Cattell (1943) declared that all aspects of human personality which are or...already become recorded in the substance of language. For, throughout history, the most fascinating subject of general discourse, and also that in which...
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The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology and Behavioral Science, Volume 4

W. Edward Craighead, Charles B. Nemeroff - Psychology - 2000 - 512 pages
...recorded in language. Cattell looked primarily to language to begin his search. because he was convinced that "all aspects of human personality which are or...become recorded in the substance of language" (Cattell. l943i. Whether or not it is true that language exhaustively delimited the field of study. it is certainly...
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Handbook of Personality Disorders: Theory and Practice

Jeffrey J. Magnavita - Psychology - 2004 - 600 pages
...adaptive approaches to formerly threatening situations. THE BIG FIVE MODEL AND THE FIVE-FACTOR MODEL 1943: "all aspects of human personality which are or have...utility have already become recorded in the substance of the language" (p. 483). This lexical hypothesis (Saucier & Goldberg, 1996) assumes that an examination...
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