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Personality Neuroscience #10: Turning personality information into better decisions

Knowledge about your personality and brain is interesting, but it's only valuable if you translate it into real-world action.

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Personality Neuroscience #9: The biological causes of Neuroticism

Because it is linked to many troubling individual and social outcomes, Neuroticism has been studied more extensively than any other Big Five trait.

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Personality Neuroscience #8: The biological causes of Agreeableness

Do people with empathy actually feel other peoples' pain? Can I learn to be more compassionate?

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Personality Neuroscience #7: The biological causes of Extraversion

Learn about how the dopamine and opiate systems in your brain make you assertive and enthusiastic.

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Personality Neuroscience #6: The biological causes of Conscientiousness

Conscientiousness is the best psychological predictor of career success, health, and longevity after intelligence.

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Personality Neuroscience #5: The biological causes of Openness

Working memory ability is a major contributor to your level of openness and intellect.

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Personality Neuroscience #4: The Big Five personality traits

Learn the about the most well-validated model for the scientific study of personality.

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Personality Neuroscience #3: Goals & methods

Advances in brain scanning technology and molecular genetics reveal the underlying biological causes of personality differences.

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Personality Neuroscience #2: 2,600+ years of personality theory

A brief overview of personality models, from Hippocrates and Aristotle through today.

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Are personality differences real? An introduction to personality neuroscience.

How we can answer some of the most fundamental questions people can ask themselves.