Personality Neuroscience and impulsiveness


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Description: Neuroscientific research by DeYoung (2010) and Sampaio (2013) has shown the correlations between the Big Five and specific brain structures. This has become Personality Neuroscience. Based on our dynamic Big Five model we foresee that one personality type will react a lot more impulsive than all other personality types. This is tested in situation where people are pushed to see how impulsive they react non-verbally.

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Behavorists claim that there are no personality types. Personality Neuroscience (DeYoung 2010, Sampaio 2014) shows that personality traits of the Big Five (John 1990) correlate with physical structures in the brain. In order to proof behaviorism wrong we only have to establish that there are at least two distinct personality types. In order to make it relevant for behaviorism we want to make sure ...


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