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personality trait

a stable and characteristic aspect of one's personality as a discrete manifestation of a set of values, beliefs, thoughts, attitudes, intentions, feelings, or actions. See: temperament.

personality trait

An enduring pattern of perceiving, communicating, and thinking about oneself, others, and the environment that is exhibited in multiple contexts. See: personality disorder
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An explanatory study on personality traits and procrastination among university students.
Dependent personality trait was ranked the third common personality trait (18%) in the current study, which is the same as what is reported in studies conducted by Zojaji et al.
The purpose of this research is to determine whether there exists an association between the personality traits of project manager and project success regarding timely completion of the projects.
Keywords: Academic Achievement, Personality Traits, Primary Source Traits, Secondary Schools.
Patterns of mean-level change in personality traits across the life course: A meta-analysis of longitudinal studies.
In consequence, the ASA model leads to an increase in homogeneity in personality traits and emotional intelligence of employees within one job and organization (Menges & Bruch, 2009).
Personality traits are predispositions that can reflect individual's self-worth and perception (Costa and McCrae, 1992).
Patients with epilepsy scored higher on personality traits of trait anxiety and aggression whereas scored lower on achievement than the control group.
According to the notion that the personality traits make the difference among individuals, the behavior of an individual can be predicted through personality assessment by measuring the extent to which the individual is engaged by those traits [8, 9].
Plummer (1985) states that the perception related to brand personality traits are formed and influenced by direct and indirect contacts between the brand and the consumer.
Q 3: Is there a meaningful relationship between openness to experience personality trait and domestic violence outbreak?
Though, the effect of big five personality traits on 'limit settings', 'autonomy', and 'role orientation' were found to be non-significant in present study.

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