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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.
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Conscientiousness is indicated by orderliness, discipline, accountability, and dependability.
Conscientiousness is characterized by being responsible, dependable, diligent, and persistent (Walker et al.
001), and negative correlations with conscientiousness and agreeableness (r=-.
Page, Bruch and Haase (2008) found that both Emotional Stability and Conscientiousness uniquely predicted career commitment/decidedness.
2014) reported that youth's higher in neuroticism and lower in agreeableness and conscientiousness are more likely to engage in social aggression but that youths low in extraversion and openness are most susceptible to the impact of inconsistent parental discipline on their social aggression.
Likewise, in the case of conscientiousness, effort might be necessary to soften the need for exactitude.
Personality feature of extroversion, conscientiousness, agreeableness and emotional stability were significantly influenced by home environment.
Thus, Conscientiousness has emerged as the most consistent and strongest personality predictor of academic performance.
neuroticism and conscientiousness are positively linked with procrastination which may lead to low grades (Watson, 2001; Lay, Kovacs, and Danto, 1998; Johnson and Bloom, 1995; Schouwenburg and Lay, 1995).
In this current study, the personality traits of sensation-seeking, locus of control, conscientiousness, and ambiguity tolerance are tested for relationship to financial dishonesty.
These traits are associated with job performance criteria, particularly conscientiousness (7).
The Provincial Office exemplified the nine DTI Core Values namely Professionalism, Integrity, Conscientiousness, Continuous Learning and Growth, Teammanship, Resourcefulness, Creativity, Loyalty, and Service Orientation.