1. A theory that defines behavioral attributes as a relatively stable predisposition to behave in a certain way is called_________________ theory.
2. The goal of trait theorists is to describe a single set of trait dimensions that can describe all ______________.
3. Raymond Cattell's goal was to develop a system by which an infinite number of different personality types could be described by a finite set of traits. Cattell's theory that included source traits and surface traits was called Cattell's_____________ ________theory.
4. Hans Eysenck was a German born British psychologist who believed that differences among people in the basic traits depicted by his theory are determined by genetic or ______________ physiological characteristics of the nervous system.
5. Han's Eysenck extended psychological research so that it also included the study of
___________________ ______________ and antisocial behaviors such as_______________________ _________________ disorder.
6. Hans Eysenck divided personalities into four domains, stable and unstable, introverted and ________________.
7. Fred Gage at Salk Institute was a neuroscientist that discovered two processes that take place in the brain known as ____________________and____________________.
8. John Bowlby was a researcher that was concerned about what would happen to children if they failed to form a nurturing bond with their caretakers. This theory is referred to as_________________ theory.
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