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L'illusoire notion de stabilité personnologique

Abstract : Psychotechnicians consider that personality is a stable, sometimes even inborn, characteristic of the individual. We position ourselves from a different perspective: a psychosocial one. We will show, taking as a basis the answers to a Big Five questionnaire provided by different groups that: 1) personological stability varies according to the socio-professional integration of the individuals and 2) profesional integration training aims at and results in increasing this stability. These results thus suggest that personological stability, as well as its line of analysis, is first the consequence of a cultural learning responding to social pressures ideologically marked. Which leads to the question of the ideological purposes of these pressures.
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Bernard Gangloff. L'illusoire notion de stabilité personnologique. Cahiers de psychologie politique, Association française de psychologie politique, 2005. ⟨hal-01661785⟩



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