Political Leadership for the New Century: Personality and Behavior among American Leaders

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Index

a
Achievement motivation, 26 , 27 , 42 ;
and presidential greatness, 29–30 ;
and presidential use of time, 38 ;
problems in politics, 33–35
Actors, The (Presidential Personality type), 113–14
Adams, Gerry, 68 ;
conceptual/integrative complexity scores during Good Friday Agreement negotiations, 76–78 ;
motive imagery during Good Friday Agreement negotiations, 72–76
Addresses, inaugural, 105
Adenauer, Konrad, 21 n.1
Adjective Checklist, 105
Affiliation motivation, 26 , 27 , 42 ;
and defensiveness under stress, 45
Agnew, Judy, 182 , 195
Agnew, Spiro T.:
civil rights and, 183 , 186 ;
criticism of Nixon, 187 , 188 ;
and liberal Republicanism, 184 ;
popularity of, 182 ;
presidential aspirations of, 187 ;
pre–vice presidential career, 181 , 183–85 ;
psychological profiles of, 191–95 , 196–98 ;
rhetoric/speeches of, 186 , 190–91 , 195 ;
selection as Nixon’s running mate, 182–83 ;
vice-presidency, 186–91
Agreeableness (factor), 108 , 112 , 114 , 117 , 119 , 123 , 124
Allport, Gordon, 158
Almond, Gabriel, 11 , 19 , 21 n.5 , 124
Altman, Stuart and Jeanne, 16 , 22 n.9
American Political Science Review, 9
Arms limitation, and presidential motives, 32–33

b
Barber, James D., 4–6 , 16 , 31–32 , 38 , 105
Barenbaum, Nicole B., 44
Bay of Pigs, 172 , 175
Belief systems. See Operational codes Belief-behavior link, and Carter administration, 151–53
Bennett, W. Lance, 206 , 208
Berlin Wall, 170
Big Five, Personality factors, 106 , 1089 , 111 , 114 , 117 , 118 , 123 , 124
Blair, Tony, 68 , 72 ;
conceptual/integrative complexity scores during Good Friday Agreement negotiations, 76–78 ;
motive imagery during

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