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ISSN: 0022-3506

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Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd United Kingdom
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Journal of Personality is a journal indexed in SJR in Social Psychology with an H index of 144. It has a price of 2750 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,082 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

Journal of Personality focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: personality, life, structure, stressinduced, stressful, stories, spouses, similarity, responsesclients, study, ...

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Languages: English

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Aims and Scope

personality, life, structure, stressinduced, stressful, stories, spouses, similarity, responsesclients, study, style, therapists, time, trait, values, late, basal, psychotherapyethicsrelevant, psychologyadaptational, awakening, context, coping, cortisol, culturesadolescent, declines, dispositional, events, findings, fivefactor, health, longitudinal, midlifecontextualizing, modelpersonality, predicts,

Best articles

A Structured Interview for the Assessment of the Five-Factor Model of Personality: Facet-Level Relations to the Axis II Personality Disorders

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Adaptive Individual Differences Revisited

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Affect, Religion, and Unconscious Processes

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Assessing Future Possible Selves by Gender and Socioeconomic Status Using the Anticipated Life History Measure

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Attachment Styles and Personality Disorders: Their Connections to Each Other and to Parental Divorce, Parental Death, and Perceptions of Parental Caregiving

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Attributional Style and Psychodynamic Defense Mechanisms: Toward an Integrative Model of Depression

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Being Brave, Being Nice: Themes of Agency and Communion in Children's Narratives

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Being Known, Intimate, and Valued: Global Self-Verification and Dyadic Adjustment in Couples and Roommates

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Body Image and Day-to-Day Social Interaction

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Bridging the Idiographic-Nomothetic Divide in Ratings of Self and Others on the Big Five

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Cardiovascular Reactivity and Neuroticism: Results From a Laboratory andControlled Ambulatory Stress Protocol

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Commentary on Reconceptualizing Personality Disorder Categories Using Trait Dimensions

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Commentary on the Special Issue: Religion in the Psychology of Personality

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Comparing Personality Scales Across Time: An Illustrative Study of Validity and Consistency in Life-Span Archival Data

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Coping-related Expectancies and Dispositions as Prospective Predictors of Coping Responses and Symptoms

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Crime, Criminals, and Cures: Medical Model Revisited

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Culture and Personality Studies, 1918-1960: Myth and History

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Daily Goals, Life Goals, and Worst Fears: Means, Ends, and Subjective Well-Being

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Deception and Deception Detection: The Role of Cross-Modal Inconsistency

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Defense Mechanisms, Behavior, and Affect in Young Adulthood

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Defensiveness and Defense Mechanisms

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Differential Preferences for Happiness: Extraversion and Trait-Consistent Emotion Regulation

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Distinguished Senior Psychologist Forum and Controversy

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Doing and Being Well (for the Most Part): Adaptive Patterns of Narrative Self-Evaluation During Bereavement

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