Other categories of personality
A note for Lesson no. 6, "Brains Make More Than One Kind of Mind," in Lisa Feldman Barrett.
Some context from page 102 is:
Some people are labeled as having a warm personality, and others are cold. Some people are more dominant and others more nurturing.
There are many different ways that people categorize one another. Here are some examples:
- The interpersonal circumplex of dominance and nurturance
- The five-factor model of personality
- A preference for self vs. group, and equality vs. hierarchy; see Dan Kahan's research (from the webnotes for How Emotions are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain)
- Individualism vs. collectivism
- Stereotype content model
- World views (from the webnotes for How Emotions are Made: The Secret Life of the Brain)
- Kiesler, Donald J. 1983. "The 1982 Interpersonal Circle: A Taxonomy for Complementarity in Human Transactions." Psychological Review, 90 (3): 185–214.
- Fiske, Susan T. 2018. "Stereotype Content: Warmth and Competence Endure." Current Directions in Psychological Science 27 (2): 67–73.