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6. Trait vs. State

Personality traits are relatively stable characteristics that endure over time, while states refer to temporary fluctuations in behavior, emotion, and cognition in response to situational factors.

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The psychology of personality is a field of study that explores the patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that make each person unique.

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