Table of contents for Handbook of research methods in personality psychology / edited by Richard W. Robins, R. Chris Fraley, Robert F. Krueger.

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I. Designing a Personality Study
1. The Role of Theory in Personality Assessment, Dan P. McAdams and Jennifer L. Pals
2. Designing and Implementing Longitudinal Studies, M. Brent Donnellan and Rand D. Conger
3. Experimental Approaches to the Study of Personality, William Revelle
4. Behavior Genetic Designs, Robert F. Krueger and Jennifer L. Tackett
5. Idiographic Personality: The Theory and Practice of Experience Sampling, Tamlin S. Conner, Lisa Feldman Barrett, Michele M. Tugade, and Howard Tennen
6. Psychobiography and Case Study Methods, Alan C. Elms
7. Mining Archival Data, Phebe Cramer
8. Using the Internet for Personality Research: What Can Be Done, How to Do It, and Some Concerns, R. Chris Fraley
9. The Null Hypothesis Significance-Testing Debate and Its Implications for Personality Research, R. Chris Fraley and Michael J. Marks
10. Cross-Cultural Personality Research: Conceptual and Methodological Issues, Verónica Benet-Marti;nez
11. Measuring Personality in Nonhuman Animals, Simine Vazire, Samuel D. Gosling, Audrey S. Dickey, and Steven J. Schapiro
II. Methods for Assessing Personality at Different Levels of Analysis
12. Taxonomies, Trends, and Integrations, Kenneth H. Craik
13. The Self-Report Method, Delroy L. Paulhus and Simine Vazire
14. The Construct Validation Approach to Personality Scale Construction, Leonard J. Simms and David Watson
15. Observer Ratings of Personality, Robert R. McCrae and Alexander Weiss
16. Behavior Observation, R. Michael Furr and David C. Funder
17. Content Coding of Open-Ended Responses, Barbara A. Woike
18. Personality Assessment at a Distance, Anna V. Song and Dean Keith Simonton
19. Measuring Implicit Motives, Oliver C. Schultheiss and Joyce S. Pang20. Lives Lived in Milliseconds: Using Cognitive Methods in Personality Research, Michael D. Robinson
21. Patient and Neuroimaging Methodologies, Jennifer S. Beer and Michael V. Lombardo
22. Physiological Measures, Lisa M. Diamond and Kimberly D. Otter-Henderson
23. The Human Genome Project and Personality: What We Can Learn about Our Inner and Outer Selves through Our Genes, Richard P. Ebstein, Rachel Bachner-Melman, Salomon Israel, Lubov Nemanov, and Inga Gritsenko
III. Analyzing and Interpreting Personality Data
24. Toward Modern Psychometrics: Application of Item Response Theory Models in Personality Research, Julien Morizot, Andrew T. Ainsworth, and Steven P. Reise
25. Factor Analysis in Personality Research, Kibeom Lee and Michael C. Ashton
26. Applications of Structural Equation Modeling in Personality Research, Rick H. Hoyle
27. The Importance of Being Valid: Reliability and the Process of Construct Validation, Oliver P. John and Christopher J. Soto
28. Evaluating Effect Size in Personality Research, Daniel J. Ozer
29. Multilevel Modeling in Personality Research, John B. Nezlek
30. Studying Personality Processes: Explaining Change in Between-Persons Longitudinal and Within-Person Multilevel Models, William Fleeson
31. The Analysis of Longitudinal Data in Personality Research, Daniel K. Mroczek
32. Person-Centered Structural Analyses, James W. Grice
33. Multiple Regression: Applications of the Basics and Beyond in Personality Research, Stephen G. West, Leona S. Aiken, Wei Wu, and Aaron B. Taylor
34. Moderator and Mediator Models in Personality Research: A Basic Introduction, William F. Chaplin
35. Computational Modeling of Personality as a Dynamical System, Yuichi Shoda
36. Meta-Analysis in Personality Psychology: A Primer, Brent W. Roberts, Nathan R. Kuncel, Wolfgang Viechtbauer, and Tim Bogg
37. What Kinds of Methods Do Personality Psychologists Use?: A Survey of Journal Editors and Editorial Board Members, Richard W. Robins, Jessica L. Tracy, and Jeffrey W. Sherman

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Personality -- Research -- Methodology.