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Module PERSONALITY AND INTELLIGENCE

Module code: PS254
Credits: 5
Semester: 2
Department: PSYCHOLOGY
International: Yes
Coordinator: Prof. Sinead McGilloway (PSYCHOLOGY)
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Module Objective: To explore fundamental issues involved in the assessment and measurement of individual differences, some of the main theories in the field, and key questions and debates in both personality and intelligence/ability.
Module Content: An introduction to psychometric testings including the principles of psychological test design, administration and interpretation. Some well-known theories of personality and intelligence/ability. Applications of individual differences theory and research. The measurement of human abilities and associated questions/debates. The role of genetic and environmental factors in personality and intelligence.

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