Intelligence, Personality, Psychopathology, and Adjustment

  • Norman S. Endler
  • Laura J. Summerfeldt
Part of the Perspectives on Individual Differences book series (PIDF)


What has been termed the “cognitive revolution” (Gardner, 1985) has had a profound impact throughout all areas of psychology. Though it has been suggested that much of this trend is better regarded as a “rediscovery” (Sternberg, 1990; Sternberg & Frensch, 1990), it is clear that the 1980s and 1990s have seen a surge of interest in the cognitive aspects of the three topics with which this chapter primarily concerns itself: intelligence, personality, and psychopathology. We will explore the integrative potential of a cognitive approach for the understanding of these three constructs, as revealed in both theory and research.


Anxiety Disorder Personality Disorder Trait Anxiety Attentional Bias Emotional Intelligence 
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