Summary: Political discourse in the wake of Hillary Clinton’s nomination for president illustrates our country still struggles with gender issues. But is this because we are by nature sexist, or are our brains simply hardwired to be critical of women leaders?
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Summary: Donald Trump’s primary personality patterns are ambitious / exploitative (a measure of narcissism), and outgoing / impulsive (a measure of extraversion). Secondarily, Trump exhibits a dominant / controlling pattern, supplemented by dauntless / adventurous and contentious / resolute tendencies — a personality composite best labeled a “high-dominance charismatic.”
Summary: Factors accounting for South Africa’s relatively peaceful transition from apartheid state to nonracial democracy, focusing on situational variables and the personality characteristics of South African presidents P.W. Botha, F.W. de Klerk, and Nelson Mandela.
Summary: The Unit for the Study of Personality in Politics (USPP) ‘Media Tipsheet’ offers political reporters looking for a fresh story angle a sometimes unique, often unconventional perspective on politics.
By Aví A. T. Bahadoor and Aubrey Immelman St. Cloud Times April 23, 2000 Earlier this month U.S. Senate candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton for the first...
The Character of Hillary Rodham Clinton By Aubrey Immelman Unit for the Study of Personality in Politics September 2000 “Can you be a misanthrope and...
“Clinton’s Last Stand” — Does Hillary Have the Right Stuff to Triumph in Texas? By Anna Phelps and Aubrey Immelman Unit for the Study of...
Summary: Psychological assessment of prospective Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton. … On March 2, 2015, the New York Times reported that Hillary Clinton did not have a government email address while secretary of state and may have violated federal rules that officials’ correspondence be retained. … Compilation of research reports and related political analysis, conducted between 1999 and 2008, that may have a bearing on the matter in terms of Hillary Clinton’s personality traits, psychological motives, and leadership style. … October 2016 update: Hillary Clinton’s predominant personality patterns are Ambitious/self-serving (a measure of narcissism) and Dominant/controlling, infused with secondary features of the Conscientious/dutiful and Retiring/reserved (introverted) patterns and some indication of Distrusting/suspicious features. This particular personality composite can be labeled elitist narcissism or, in political terms, deliberative high-dominance introvert — deliberative by virtue of substantial conscientiousness.
Summary: A psychological analysis (conducted summer 2015) of real estate mogul and television celebrity Donald Trump — a contender for the Republican nomination in the 2016 presidential election — by Hannah Hoppe and Aubrey Immelman, Ph.D., at the Unit for the Study of Personality in Politics, revealed that Trump’s predominant personality pattern is Ambitious/self-serving (a measure of narcissism) with secondary features of the Dominant/controlling and Outgoing/gregarious patterns — a personality composite best characterized as a “high-dominance charismatic.” … October 2016 update: Donald Trump’s predominant personality patterns are Ambitious/exploitative (a measure of narcissism) and Outgoing/impulsive, infused with secondary features of the Dominant/controlling pattern, and supplemented by a Dauntless/adventurous tendency. This particular personality composite can be labeled “amorous narcissism” or, in political terms, “high-dominance charismatic” — charismatic by virtue of the highly elevated primary Ambitious–Outgoing amalgam.
Summary: Website (http://personality-politics.org/) on the psychology of politics, focusing on the role of leader personality in the realm of politics, including campaigns, elections, and executive leadership style.