Standing on your own feet... ...not someone else's
- Showing out for fun and profit. Lewis, Napoleon // BLACFAX;Winter95, Vol. 8 Issue 30, p11
Focuses on the term showing out, obvious displays of skill with braggadocio and a hint of arrogance. Use among blacks; Cases; Applications; Relation to entertainment and families.
- Introverts and extroverts. Arbetter, S. // Current Health 2;Mar1991, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p20
Discusses the characteristics of introverts and extroverts. How introverts and extroverts differ in school; Carl Jung's theory of personality types. INSET: Innies and outies (characteristics of introverts and....
- You too can be a class act. Wallace, C. McD. // Cosmopolitan;Mar1990, Vol. 208 Issue 3, p208
Considers the finer points of class, an interior style of behavior. Quiet discretion; Loyalty; Elegant manners; Bad behavior of some well-known personalities. Includes Barbara Bush, Princess Di, Chris Evert and Katharine Hepburn as opposed to Imelda Marcos, Robin Givens and Leona Helmsley.
- The nature-nurture question: Will it ever be answered? Tavris, C. // Cosmopolitan;Mar1990, Vol. 208 Issue 3, p218
Presents an overview of the debate on the effects of genetics and environment on the personality. Personality traits; Is personality permanent; Heritability; Self-improvement versus self-acceptance.
- In the Know. // Faces (07491387);Apr2003, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p7
Presents information about famous persons and things in Canada.
- 61 ways to make yourself more interesting. Cook, Kevin // Men's Health (10544836);Nov96, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p122
Presents tips on how to make one's self more interesting to women. Getting a fascinating job; Displaying style; Having an irrational hobby; Going on an adventure; Conversational gambits; Being a father.
- Risks of the Type A personality. // Psychology Today;Feb87, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p42
New research indicates the Type A individual, a competitive, driven, hostile, harried and hurried person, may not be as likely to succumb to heart disease as previously thought. INSET: Report of major studies of Type A personality and heart disease..
- Scouting the frontiers of personality assessment. Mauro, James; O.L. // Psychology Today;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p46
Recounts the author's experience of undergoing Mt. Sinai's battery of diagnostic tests (described in this issue of `Psychology Today'). The biological, psychophysiological and neurological tests that were performed; Findings; Future implications of the research; The suggestion of a chemical...
- The toughest out in Norwalk. Cavanaugh, Jack // Yankee;Oct97, Vol. 61 Issue 10, p30
Profiles former ballplayer at the Honeyhill School Little League field in Norwalk, Connecticut. What was recognised as the his strongest characteristics; Description of his personality; Information on Maurice.