Biological Theories on Extraversion - Dictionary of Arguments
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Extraversion/Biological Theories: Extraversion seems to map onto the biological system governing incentive motivation and approach behaviour (e.g., Depue and Collins 1999(1); Lucas, Diener, Grob et al. 2000(2); Watson, Wiese, Vaidya and Tellegen 1999(3)).
1. Depue, R. A. and Collins, P. F. 1999. Neurobiology of the structure of personality: dopamine facilitation of incentive motivation and extraversion, Behavioural and Brain Sciences 22: 491–569
2. Lucas, R. E., Diener, E., Grob, A. Suh, E. M. and Shao, L. 2000. Cross-cultural evidence for the fundamental features of extraversion, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 79: 452–68
3. Watson, D., Wiese, D., Vaidya, J. and Tellegen, A. 1999. The two general activation systems of affect: structural findings, evolutionary considerations, and psychobiological evidence, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 76: 820–38
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Philip J. Corr
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Personality and Individual Differences - Revisiting the classical studies Singapore, Washington DC, Melbourne 2018