|aking Sense of People provides the scientific frameworks and tools we need to improve our intuition, and assess people more consciously, systematically, and effectively.|
What neuroscience and psychological research can tell us about how personality types develop and cohere.
The intertwined roles of genes, nurture, and education in personality development.
How to recognize troublesome personality patterns such as narcissism, sociopathy, and paranoia.
How much a child's behavior predicts their adult personality, and how personality stabilizes in young adulthood.
How to assess integrity, fairness, wisdom, and other traits related to morality.
What genetic testing may (or may not) teach us about personality in the future.
General strategies for getting along with people, with specific tactics for special circumstances.