Not available as a ‘wild’ module
OverviewThe personality module examines different perspectives on the study of personality from Allport to the present day. The aim is to provide the student with a comparative and critical review of the major theories in personality and the research and findings that stem from them. Teaching will be by lectures and seminars.
This module appears in:
1 two-hour lecture per week plus 2 one-hour seminars during the term
Method of assessment
This module is assessed by 60% examination and 40% coursework. The coursework is formed of one essay.
The module reading list can be found online at the reading list pages here : http://resourcelists.kent.ac.uk/index.html
Knowledge and understanding of personality and individual differences
Development of writing skills, such as clarity
Development of reading skills
Time management and preparation
Organization of information in a clear way