A Complex Adaptive Systems Approach to the Relationship between Personality and Social Division
Although psychological differences appear to be a factor in political and social division, there are few process‐based accounts of the relationship between political orientation and personality. We present a complex adaptive systems model with biological differences at the micro level and sociocultural structures at the macro level, both of which exert a bidirectional influence on personality at the meso level. This provides the foundation for a process‐based model in which social...[Show more]
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