emotional stability


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stability

 [stah-bil´ĭ-te]
the quality of maintaining a constant character despite forces that threaten to disturb it.
emotional stability in the omaha system, reliable steadiness of temperament.

emotional stability

Psychology Consistency of mood and affect
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In contrast, individuals high in emotional stability are more likely to address unfavorable feedback by bettering their behavior (Kluger & DeNisi, 1996), and to be inspired to utilize the negative feedback to guide performance improvement.
For hypotheses 1-6, the Big Five traits of Emotional Stability, Conscientiousness and Extraversion; and the narrow traits of Career Decidedness, Sense of Identity and Optimism will be negatively associated with change of academic major ([H1.
Previous research identifies agreeableness and emotional stability as strongly related to communion striving, and extraversion as strongly related to status striving (Barrick et al.
Prenatal Effects forest program on stress and emotional stability of pregnant women.
Emotional Stability -- -- Total explained variance (%) 37.
The emotional stability points out the individuals who are having high ego strength, face reality calmly, adaptive and mature in his thinking patterns, the person scoring low would be emotionally unstable with negative effect regulation.
One study on this issue shows the some form of association between the emotional stability and social adjustment.
Adding the predicted interaction of gender and emotional stability in Model 3, [chi square] (17, N = 205) = 49.
A holistic approach is the best option in her case which includes family bonding, emotional stability, and spiritual upliftment which cannot be attained in her present status," VMMC doctors stated in their latest medical certificate for the former President.
Emotional stability is important for leaders as it helps them to deal effectively with pressure, hurdles and complexity However, leaders can have too much of a good thing.
Specifically, it is predicted that the strongest predictors of burnout will be emotional stability and extraversion.
Do people whose social media utterances reflect their emotional stability live longer?