Implicit personality theory
a type of schema people use to group various kinds of personality traits together; for example, many people believe that if someone is kind, he or she is generous as well
Other /More definition:
Implicit personality theory refers to the assumption that we infer that someone who has a given personality trait will also possess other, related traits.
Implicit personality theories refer to set of beliefs, developed through experience, about how demographic characteristics and attitudes are interrelated.
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