Two's A Crowd
Judith Hann goes in search of the secrets of human identity and discovers how a new theory of personality is revolutionising scientists' understanding of what makes us who we are.
|01||20050315||Uniting psychologists and biologists for the first time, the Big Five theory taps into something fundamentally human.|
|01||20060103||Judith Hann presents a series which searches for the secrets of human identity.|
A new theory is revolutionising scientists' understanding of what makes us who we are.
|02||20050322||She discovers that along with her brown eyes and curly hair, much of her personality was already determined at birth.|
As well as controlling our physical characteristics, our genes may also be responsible for much of our personalities.
|02||20060104||Judith Hann delves into the world of human identity, exploring new theories about the development of personality.|
|03 LAST||20050329||Judith Hann discovers how much information we reveal about ourselves through the subtle ways that we express our personalities.|
Whether it's the shape of our faces or the CDs on our shelves, we provide clues for other people to make up their minds about us ? rightly or wrongly.
|03 LAST||20060105||Judith Hann delves into the world of human identity, exploring new theories about the development of personality.|