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"In this volume, three rising stars of personality psychology have brought together a virtual 'who's who' of the field to address an almost unbelievably comprehensive set of issues in personality research. The book covers virtually every problem or issue that arises in thinking about how to plan research, assess personality, or analyze the resulting data. It very likely will be an indispensable resource for researchers in this broad field for many years to come."--Charles S. Carver, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of Miami

"Edited and written by experienced, distinguished scholars, this handbook encompasses the remarkable breadth of research venues, assessment methods, and data-analytic approaches embraced by modern personality psychology. The quality and accessibility of the contents make this volume an indispensable guide for undergraduate and graduate students who are serious about personality science. It will surely become a standard reference for all personologists."--Auke Tellegen, PhD, Department of Psychology (Emeritus), University of Minnesota

"There is nothing more essential to good science than good methods, and personality research is no exception to this fundamental rule. This handbook is a landmark collection of defining statements on the diverse methods available to researchers in the field. It is a 'must read' for experienced and novice researchers alike, and will surely advance the state of the scientific study of personality."--Mark Snyder, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota

"This is a 'must-have,' 'must-read' handbook for personality researchers at all levels of the game. The outstanding, award-winning editors have produced a superb textbook and reference for graduate and undergraduate students just entering the field and hoping to conduct their own research. The book is essential for seasoned personality researchers too, because it covers exciting new methods that didn’t exist when we veterans were trained. Beyond its great value for anyone wishing to understand, critique, or conduct modern personality research, the Handbook is emblematic of a research field that is experiencing a dramatic upswing in self-confidence and influence. The sophistication, scope, and engaging prose style of this volume reflect the vitality of the field itself."--Phillip R. Shaver, PhD, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of California, Davis

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Edited by Richard W. Robins, PhD, University of California, Davis, USA, R. Chris Fraley, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, USA, and Robert F. Krueger, PhD, University of Minnesota, USA

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