THE THEORY OF PERSONALITY SYSTEMS INTERACTIONS (PSI)

Autor(en): Kuhl, Julius 
Kazen, Miguel
Quirin, Markus
Stichwörter: ACTIVATION; affective modulation; cognitive systems; DEPRESSION; INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES; INTENTION MEMORY; intentional action; INTUITION; NEGATIVE MOOD; personality; PSI theory; Psychology; Psychology, Multidisciplinary; self-development; SELF-REGULATION; STATE ORIENTATION; VOLITIONAL FACILITATION; VS. ACTION ORIENTATION
Erscheinungsdatum: 2014
Herausgeber: SOC MEXICANA PSICOLOGIA
Journal: REVISTA MEXICANA DE PSICOLOGIA
Volumen: 31
Ausgabe: 2
Startseite: 90
Seitenende: 99
Zusammenfassung: 
This article reviews, for the first time in the Spanish Language, a recent personality integrative theory, which has generated and continues to generate a great amount of research, not only in Germany but internationally: The Personality Systems Interactions (PSI) theory (Kuhl, 2000, 2001). In this paper the main elements of the theory are described: The seven functional personality levels, the four cognitive macrosystems (intention memory, extension memory, intuitive behavioral control, and object recognition system), and the two affective modulation assumptions (positive affect and negative affect) which determine the systems interactions. This theory is not only integrative at a psychological and neurobiological level but it also has an extensive range of applications in clinical psychology, in education, and in organizational psychology.
ISSN: 01856073

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