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Butt T. (2014) Personal construct psychology. In: Teo T. (ed.) Encyclopedia of critical psychology. Springer, New York: 1359–1364. Fulltext at
Excerpt: The psychology of personality is now dominated by the psychometric tradition of individual dif-ferences: how people differ along a number of specified dimensions. This, of course, is an objec-tivist approach that takes an external perspective on the person. Personal construct psychology (PCP) is a phenomenological approach to the person that focuses instead on making sense of people by attempting to understand the world from their individual perspectives.

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