Examines individual differences in the ways people behave, think, and feel and the psychological mechanisms that drive these patterns of behavior. Course will examine personality from a variety of perspectives including psycholanalytic, humanistic, trait, biological, learning, and social cognitive theories, as well as contemporary research in personality (e.g., measurement, change, and judgment). Prerequisite: junior-level standing. The role of culture will be emphasized. Breadth Area: Social/Personality.