Neurobiological Functioning and the Personality Trait Hierarchy: Central Serotonergic Responsivity and the Stability Meta-trait

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  1. Stephen B. Manuck

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Description: This project examines the association between different levels of hierarchically organized personality traits and central serotonergic responsivity. Personality traits are assessed via multi-informant reports, and hierarchical structural equation models are estimated. Central serotonergic responsivity is measured by pharmacologic challenge (i.e., citalopram).

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  • Neurobiological Functioning and the Personality Trait Hierarchy: Central Serotonergic Responsivity and the Stability Meta-trait

    Wright, Creswell, Flory & 2 more
    The trait domains of the five-factor model (FFM) are not orthogonal, and two meta-traits have often been estimated from their covariation. Here we fo...

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