Summary: Psychological assessment reveals Donald Trump’s personality is Ambitious/exploitative (narcissistic), Dominant/controlling, and Outgoing/impulsive, with a high-dominance, charismatic leadership style.
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President Xi Jinping’s primary personality pattern is Dominant/controlling (a measure of aggressiveness), complemented by secondary Conscientious/respectful-dutiful and Ambitious/confident (narcissistic) patterns. A potential distrusting tendency awaits empirical confirmation.
Personality profiles of 1996 U.S. presidential candidates Bill Clinton and Bob Dole.
Psychological analysis reveals George W. Bush’s primary personality patterns are Outgoing/gregarious and Dauntless/adventurous, with secondary Dominant/asserting and Accommodating/cooperative features. A dimensional reconceptualization of the results suggests that Bush is highly extraverted/charismatic and somewhat agreeable/interpersonal, but not very conscientious/deliberative.
Research paper The Political Personalities of 2000 U.S. Presidential Candidates George W. Bush and Al Gore. Paper presented by Aubrey Immelman at the 23rd Annual...
Summary: Sen. John Kerry’s primary personality pattern is Ambitious/confident, with secondary features of the Dominant/asserting and Dauntless/adventurous patterns.