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    • Personality Bingo Key Words Revision
    • Draw a 3x3 grid and include any 9 of the following key words…. Personality Temperament Longitudinal study Monozygotic twins Dizygotic twins Type theory Extroversion Introversion Neuroticism Psychotism Personality scales Antisocial personality disorder Amygdala Grey Matter Prefrontal cortex Socioeconomic factors MRI scans
    • A personality type that describes people who are highly emotional and show a quick, intense reaction to fear
    • A study carried out to see how behaviour changes over time
    • The thoughts, feelings and behaviours that make an individual unique
    • Twins developed from two separately fertilised egg
    • Ways of measuring personality using yes/no questions
    • The outer layer of the brain
    • The genetic component of personality
    • A personality type that describes people who look to the outside world for entertainment
    • A small almondshaped part of the brain involved in emotion
    • The idea that personality types are inherited and can be described using related traits
    • Social and financial issues that can affect an individual
    • A personality type that describes people who are hostile, aggressive, insensitive and cruel
    • The technique used by Raine to study the brains of men with APD
    • The very front of the brain, involved in social and moral behaviour and controls aggression
    • A personality type that describes people who are content with their own company
    • Twins developed from one fertilised egg
    • A condition in which the individual does not use socially acceptable behaviour or consider the rights of others