agreeableness


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Related to agreeableness: extraversion, neuroticism, Openness to experience

agreeableness

one of the big five personality factors characterized by a tendency to be kind, generous, sympathetic and unselfish.
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2009) that people low in agreeableness trait will have a number of online friends and contacts because the internet offers a way to build friendships which might be hard in initiating and sustaining offline (Ross et al.
Agreeableness is characterized by being cooperative, helpful, compassionate, and selfless (Walker et al.
A similar pattern of findings was obtained by Otero-Lopez and Villardefrancos (2013) who, starting from a general population based sample, confirmed that people with high scores in neuroticism, and low levels in agreeableness and conscientiousness had a high propensity to become compulsive buyers.
Cross sectional studies revealed that adolescents are higher in extraversion and emotional stability and lower in agreeableness and conscientiousness (Costa & McCrae, 1994; McCrae et al.
2013) investigated the degree to which parent's positive personality characteristics in terms of conscientiousness, agreeableness and emotional stability predict similar adolescent personality traits over time.
A person high in agreeableness trait may show willingness to exchange knowledge with others and in turn will share knowledge (De Vries et al.
Agreeableness represents aspect of interpersonal behavior, reflecting a tendency to be trusting, sympathetic and cooperative.
We focus our attention on extraversion, agreeableness, and emotional stability, the three traits from the five-factor model that are primary indicators of interpersonal tendencies and most closely associated with efforts to value, seek, and engage in forms of social striving (Barrick et al.
However, Personality traits such as emotional stability; extraversion or urgency, analytical and agreeableness can affect students' coping skills and ability to adapt them to the ever challenging university life while others may provoke them to adopt some of the negative strategies.
From the study through multiple regression analyses it is observed that among the predictors, openness to experience was significant positive predictor of parental support; agreeableness was significant positive predictor of satisfaction, and openness to experience and extraversion were significant positive predictors of communication.
John and Srivastava (1999) reported strong evidence for the reliability and convergent validity of each of the BFI's five scored dimensions: Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, Openness, and Neuroticism.
Individuals with a strong degree of agreeableness are described as warm, caring, cooperative, and communal (Costa and McCrae, 1992b).