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Individual differences in environmental sensitivity

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Implications for psychological wellbeing
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Theories of Environmental Sensitivity predict that there is inter-individual variation in the degree of processing and responding to the surrounding environment, which can explain individual differences observed in psychological outcomes. Sensory-Processing Sensitivity (SPS) describes a personality trait, which is thought to reflect heightened environmental sensitivity (i.e., increased processing and responding to the environment). The evidence in this thesis supports thi...

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St Cross College

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University College
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Magdalen College
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324176
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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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