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PSYCH 112H - Personality - Honors - Prof. Hamaoui: Home

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Welcome!

Welcome! This research guide was created for students in Professor Hamaoui's course Personality - Honors


You have been assigned a project that requires using scholarly sources on a topic in personality psychology.

This guide is a customized resource for this particular course and assignment.

If you have any questions or trouble feel free to contact me by email or through the library's virtual services.

"Photograph of cased-daguerreotype studio portrait of brain-injury survivor Phineas P. Gage (1823–1860) shown holding the tamping iron which injured him. Includes view of original embossed brass mat. From the collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus. Like most daguerreotypes, the image seen in this artifact is laterally (left-right) reversed; therefore a second, compensating reversal has been applied to produce this image, so as to show Gage as he appeared in life. That this shows Gage correctly is confirmed by contemporaneous medical reports describing his injuries, as well as from the injuries visible in Gage's skull and life mask, still preserved."

Digitally enhanced and manually retouched. Originally from the collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus, and now in the Warren Anatomical Museum, Harvard Medical School. Used with Permission via Creative Commons Share-Alike 3.0.

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