5th percentile for Neuroticism
("probably remain calm, even in tense situations").
The NEO-FFI-3 gathered data related to five personality domains: Neuroticism
The Big Five traits (extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism
, and openness) have been related to a wide range of behaviors (Ozer and Benet-Martinez, 2006).
As seen in table 1; the highest mean is related to irrational beliefs (284/640) and the lowest one is related to neuroticism
Additionally, due to the aforementioned tendency of individuals with BPD to be high in neuroticism
(Morey and Zanarini 2000), as well as neuroticism
's previously observed relationship with disgust sensitivity (Quigley et al.
Innes and Kitto (1989) found that teachers who demonstrated high neuroticism
were more likely to suffer from stress.
Both models reveal that visual acuity at logMAR [less than or equal to] 1 and neuroticism
were independently associated with difficulty with near and distance activities.
H1: Dispositional factors of general stress, academic motivation, self-efficacy, openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, neuroticism
and social support will influence self-esteem
Nevertheless, because of the low internal consistency of the psychoticism measure, only the extraversion and neuroticism
subscale scores were used in subsequent analyses.
Mills and Huebner (1998) reported that among school psychologists greater extraversion and agreeableness, and less neuroticism
seemed to reduce emotional exhaustion.
(N): Individuals high on N are prone to experience negative emotions such as depression, anxiety or anger and tend to be impulsive and self conscious (McCrae & Costa 1987).
domain is considered a measure of one's disposition towards psychological distress, whereas extraversion is thought to capture a broad range of positive traits such as activity, sociability, and the tendency towards pleasure and joy (Costa & McCrae, 1992b).