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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However, these other constructs (extraversion; openness to experience and agreeableness) have not demonstrated such consistent and significant findings across a wide range of occupations to the extent that the conscientiousness and emotional stability dimensions have displayed.
The research found significantly low levels of emotional stability throughout most of Wales and in a number of districts throughout the Midlands.
Anterior cingulate activation is related to a positivity bias and emotional stability in successful aging.
The contents also include established guidelines for diagnosis, communication, socialization, emotional stability, sensory processing and motor control.
Briefly, the Big Five traits comprise Extraversion (the tendency to be assertive, sociable and outgoing), Agreeableness (warm, generous and trusting as opposed to more self-focused and untrusting), Conscientiousness (organised, thorough and dependable), Emotional Stability (calm and unperturbed through most of life's events; the opposite pole of this trait is often referred to as Neuroticism) and finally, Openness to Experience (the extent to which a person is imaginative, curious and creative).
All participants completed four self-report instruments to assess their adult attachment style, attachment style to God, emotional stability and neuroticism, and schizotypal personality dimensions (cognitive-perceptual, interpersonal, and/or disorganization).
These factors include motivation, aptitude, English oral and written communication skills, conscientiousness, prior experience and training, openness to new experience and feedback, and emotional stability.
Psychological profiling is also being done to determine the emotional stability of the drivers so that they can be trained to react swiftly in case of emergencies.
Self-awareness, Empathy, Self motivation, Emotional stability, Managing relations, Integrity, Self-development, Value orientation, Commitment, Altruistic behavior and the summation of these ten components giving total emotional intelligence score.
The leading economist Professor David Blanchflower said in the report: "Unemployment has a knock-on effect on a young person's self-esteem, their emotional stability and overall wellbeing.
Emotional Stability - a tendency to experience unpleasant emotions easily, such as anger, anxiety, depression or vulnerability.
In experiment two, there were significant differences between experimental and control groups on four subscales: emotional stability, sociability, happiness, and joviality.