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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
See also: trait
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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].
Researchers have used the human personality traits to identify and conceptualize brand personality.
Everybody is born with some inherited personality traits involving biological genetic coding which determines the development of their personality over their life time (Larsen and Buss, 2002).
Analyzing the results of hypothesis three based on assuming no association between the personality trait known as openness to experience and domestic violence for both groups of women and men, is compatible with those achieved in the studies of Bettencourt, B.
Thus, in order to justify those variables which were ignored in former studies, efforts in the present study were engrossed on determining the parental personality traits that affects the positive parenting.
Present research examined the effects of personality traits on procrastination and it also investigated that how personality traits play an integral role in the development of procrastination.
Empirical studies shows that very little amount of research work has been done in the context of locus of control personality trait in context of restaurant image and no any solid evidence is found till yet in Pakistan pertaining to locus of control and restaurant image.
And, certainly, the psychopathic personality traits are one of the most robust predictors of aggressive and delinquent behaviours over life course (Asscher et al.
It would be advantageous to recognize personality traits that are congruent with emergency working conditions.
To that end, we extend the recommendations from the commentaries of Miller (2014) and DiNisi (2015) with a keen eye directed toward our fellow organizational behavior (OB), and personality and social psychology scholars who have amassed a great deal of knowledge regarding how high and low levels of ostensibly good and bad personality traits influence individuals, teams, and organizations.
Two paired sample t tests were used to compare the means of the personality traits between baseline and follow-up assessments.
As a whole, executives scored very high on dynamic personality traits, including being very outgoing, bold and more comfortable in the spotlight.

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