• Implicit personality and leadership in stressful and dangerous situations: a first step 

      Smith, Daniel R. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-04-05)
      Leadership in stressful and dangerous situations is vitally important in terms of lives, property, and national strategic objectives. But our understanding of effective leadership in these and other contexts is limited. ...
    • Multiple independent implicit personality processes: a challenge to dual process theory 

      Brooks, Charles Kennedy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-09-16)
      This study applied the Process Dissociation Procedure (Bornstein, 2002) to test independence between personality processes represented by different implicit measurement techniques. In contrast to the commonly adopted literal ...
    • Toward a Typology of the Aggressive Personality 

      Minton, Matthew K. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-05-22)
      Efforts to develop an empirically derived typology of a major component of the implicit aggressive personality are described. A variety of samples (from both student and work populations) completed the Conditional Reasoning ...