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Can anyone think of another example of a Personological variable other than just personality?
I'm looking at the General Aggression Model (the long term one) and it says an increase in agressive personality leads to Personological variables (e.g. aggressive personality)
I'm doing a presentation on Friday and I can't say "An increase in aggressive personality leads to aggressive personality..."

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