Anthony Mobbs

Anthony Mobbs
Macquarie University · Department of Psychology

Master of Research

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Introduction
I am interested in identifying the most parsimonious taxonomy of personality using the lexical approach. Many have observed that personality as inextricably linked with behaviour and emotion. Therefore a parsimonious taxonomy of personality should also encompass emotion and behaviour. Having recently published the 'atlas of personality, emotion and behaviour', I am now working on applying the atlas to other related areas.
Additional affiliations
April 1997 - present
Allianz
Position
  • Manager
Education
January 1999 - December 2002
Australian Graduate School of Management
Field of study
  • Management, Marketing, Strategty
January 1994 - December 1995
Macquarie University
Field of study
  • Finance, Accounting, Law
January 1984 - December 1989
The University of Sydney
Field of study
  • Mathematical Statistics, Computer Science, Applied Maths

Publications

Publications (7)
Thesis
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This thesis addresses two long-standing dilemmas in personality psychology. The first dilemma is that of identifying the latent dimensions of personality. The second is to identify how best to measure psychological constructs. Novel solutions to both of these problems are presented in two articles. The first article (published), ‘An atlas of person...
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Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) has been identified at post-mortem in Australian football codes players. Detailed and objective clinical and radiological characterization of patients at-risk of sporting and non-sporting repetitive concussive and subconcussive traumatic brain injury (RC/SCI) is important to our understanding of traumatic ence...
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A novel two-dimensional matrix taxonomy, or atlas, of personality, emotion and behaviour is presented. The two dimensions of the atlas, affiliation and dominance, are demonstrated to have theoretical foundations in neurobiology and social psychology. Both dimensions are divided into five ordinal categories, creating a square matrix of 25 cells. A n...
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Introduction Dementia is one of the leading causes of mortality and morbidity in Australia. Attitudes towards dementia in the workplace, tailored adjustments for disability, and patient-centred ‘exit with dignity’ strategies are of objective and subjective importance to patient wellbeing. This study aimed to assess employment characteristics in tho...
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Introduction Neurodegenerative disease is increasingly common, but neurology service utilisation by this population is unclear. This study presents an integrated metropolitan neurology clinic as a model of care, and examines care pathways and characteristics in patients with cognitive decline. Methods An audit of patients with dementia (n=136,51–9...
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Instinctive behaviours have evolved favouring the maternal-infant dyad based on fundamental processes of neurological development, including oral tactile imprinting and latchment. Latchment is the first stage of emotional development based on the successful achievement of biological imprinting. The mechanisms underpinning imprinting are identified...
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High order multivariate data is not able to be graphically represented, so the human ability to locate structure becomes ineffectual. There exist many refined methods for multivariate data analysis, however many of these methods also become unusable when the data is of high order, they too suffer from being unable to locate the essential structure...

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The goal of this project is to catalogue all English language words descriptive of personality, emotion and behaviour. Once catalogued, to identify a taxonomy capable of encoding all words in the catalogue.