conscientiousness


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conscientiousness

 [kon″she-en´shus-nes]
a principled commitment to do something, such as to provide health care.

conscientiousness

[kon′she·en′shusnes]
1 a principled commitment to do something, such as to provide health care.
2 acting in a way that is considered right or proper.

conscientiousness

one of the big five personality factors characterized by a tendency to be organized, thorough and reliable.
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students with high conscientiousness were more open minded and ready to experience new ideas than close minded counterparts.
Grit shows predictive capability over conscientiousness in studies of educational achievement (Duckworth et al.
These women have egalitarian beliefs, but also this personality trait of conscientiousness in which they stick to their beliefs and act on them," says Sarah Sullivan, associate professor of human sciences.
In order to understand how conscientiousness may impact the financial decisions of consumers, a psychological theory of self-control is utilized.
Their results indicated that conscientiousness explained five times as much variance in GPA as does intelligence.
Personality was assessed with Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness to experience, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness [9].
Hypothesis 5(a): There will be a negative relationship between conscientiousness and role overload.
White and Native American group impressions differ significantly only in Conscientiousness (ANOVA F=19.
S sample using [alpha] Cronbach for neurotic factors (N), extroversion (E), open mindedness (D), Agreeability (A), Conscientiousness (C), has been 0.
2] In brief, it provides a concise measure of the major 5 factors of normal personality: extraversion (E), openness (O), conscientiousness (C), agreeableness (A) and neuroticism (N).
1991) suggested that agreeableness and conscientiousness would increase the likelihood of positive experiences in social and achievement situations, respectively, and that they could be directly related to subjective well-being.