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N. Endler, “Personality: An Interactional Perspective,” In: J. Hettema and I. Dreary, Eds., Foundations of Personality, Kluwer Academic, Netherlands, 1993, pp. 251-268.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: The Multipath Approach to Personality: Towards a Unified Model of Self

    AUTHORS: Jonathan Appel, Dohee Kim-Appel

    KEYWORDS: personality Theory, Systems Theory, Interdisciplinary Approaches, Transpersonal Psychology

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.1 No.4, November 18, 2010

    ABSTRACT: Human beings exist in multiple substrates or dimensions. But we still need more comprehensive and integrative theories of self-identity and personality. Most personality and developmental theories fail to adequately address the interaction among the psychological, interpersonal, environmental, and biological aspects of self and personality development. This paper presents a larger framework in which to examine prior models of personality as well as future integrative models. A Multipath Approach to Personality (MAP) is proposed and consists of the following dimensions or levels of analysis of self: 1) the Neuropersonal; 2) the Intrapersonal; 3) the Interpersonal; 4) the Exopersonal; 5) the Ecopersonal; and 6) the Transpersonal. The MAP approach to personality also suggests a multi-modal practice in assessment and research.