Personality: A biologic system

Research paper by Leonard Cammer

Indexed on: 01 Jan '71Published on: 01 Jan '71Published in: Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science


The personality of man is a biologic system structured on the individual’s genetic and anatomic-physiologic potentials for species-specific adaptations. The system also projects him into a social and physical environment. His relationship with this environment is as integral to his being as the unity of his organ parts are to the function of his body. His personality is the end product of all the processes inherent in this biosocial interaction. It is the final statement of his biologic presence on this planet.