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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Five dependent variables were used: extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, emotional stability, and openness to experience.
The research team measured each employee's autonomy (the level of a worker's independence), strain (defined in this study as exhaustion, disengagement, and dissatisfaction) and emotional stability. "A total of 403 working adults were surveyed for the two studies that made up the research," said lead author Sara Perry.
The current study found that people with low emotional stability (high neuroticism) had increased rates of schizophrenia and other nonaffective psychosis, and that neuroticism is linked with increased rates of bipolar and schizoaffective disorder.
To this end, the Five Factor model (FFM) provides a systematic structure for assessing an individual's personality within a five-factor structure of Agree-ableness, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability, Extraversion, and Openness (Digman, 1990).
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., 2013; Hogan and Shelton, 1998).
This activity reduces pregnant woman's stress and improves emotional stability by building intimacy with fetus.
In the model summary, we can observe that the variables absorption, satisfaction with life, perfectionism, self-efficacy, physical activity, emotional stability, responsibility for one's health and nutrition account for 20.1% of the variance of the criterion variable.
in 2008 (Restoring Emotional Stability Through Outstanding Reconstructive Efforts) to help those people and others in need.
Conclusion: Low emotional stability, low reasoning, over vigilance and apprehension are significantly associated with psychoactive substance use.
On the other hand, a person with the similar awareness but acts angrily despite this knowledge is emotionally unintelligent[1] Indeed, persons with EI show their emotional stability in their interpersonal relationship and social adjustment in their social and occupational fields.
An example item is, "I see myself as anxious, easily upset" (emotional stability, reversed).
"So, the key over the last 24 hours has been to get some emotional stability in the group.