Over the past years, many have related emotional stability with one’s ability to perform in work. This essay will review emotional stability as one of The “Big Five” Personality Model in relation to the workplace and work behavior. In order to further reinforce the concept, different academic journals...
and high levels of emotional expression.
Adjustment/ Emotional stability can be defined as, the degree to which individuals are secure, resilient and calm, versus anxious, reactive and subject to mood swings.” (Ray French). So adjustment focuses in on a person’s emotional stability and looks at how well...
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Decades of research on personality has uncovered five broad dimensions of personality. These so-called Big Five dimensions are called: (Magnavita, 2012)...
depends a lot on the emotional, cultural and social stability of an individual. Stability is the ultimate stage of this quest, this is why I believe there is a strong interdependence between the two. One cannot speak of identity without referring to emotional, social and cultural stability. Apart from these...
Personality Traits As Predictors of Health Behavior:
Emotional Stability, GPA & Substance Risk
Personality traits may be important predictors...
accomplish her business goals with her husband’s support. Furthermore, it is believed that having a man in a woman’s life will give her great emotional stability that might be difficult to find by being completely independent. For instance, one woman said, “we need a man because when we are sad or upset...
had emerged as the most useful, based on previous research (Botwin and Buss, 1989).
The Big Five personality dimensions include extraversion, emotional stability, agreeableness, conscientiousness and openness to expression. Personality measures are used by many organization in selecting management and...
Family Systems and Healthy Development
Healthy development is generally understood as the progressive physical, emotional, cognitive and social maturation that takes place in a person’s life from conception onwards into adulthood. This process is further influenced by...
dimension are easily distracted, disorganized, and unreliable.
Emotional stability (often labeled by its converse, neuroticism)—This dimension taps
a person’s ability to withstand stress. People with positive emotional stability tend to
be calm, self-confident, and secure. Those with high negative...
The Big Five personality model is composed of five factors. The five factors are extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, emotional stability and openness to experience. Extraversion is ones openness to human interactions. Extraverts are social, enjoy meeting others and are socially...
According self tests using the Five Factor Model, my personality has low extraversion and emotional stability, a high degree of openness, and moderate levels of agreeableness and conscientiousness. Low extraversion is demonstrated in both professional and social environments. While working a corporate...
variables. Our dependent variable is job performance and it is positively related with other six independent variables.
Keywords- Extraversion, Emotional stability, Agreeableness, Openness to experience, Conscientiousness, job performance
“As the Myth and science?” Box concludes, happy...
is like to be without shelter, but what it is to be without a home. The common emotional and physical traits that one would expect to find in having a home are discussed by the writer and are as follows: certainty, stability, and predictability.
First, when Quindlen talks about certainty, She says “I...
into the five factors of personality: Openness to Experience, Conscientiousness, Extroversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism (also known as Emotional Stability) (OCEAN).
The first step in this exercise is to list three areas that you consider your strengths and three areas that you consider your weaknesses...
These traits consisted of extraversion (M = 4.58, SD = 1.49), agreeableness (M = 5.25, SD = 1.12), conscientiousness (M = 5.63, SD = 1.10), emotional stability (M = 5.07, SD = 1.25), and openness to experience (M = 5.55, SD = 1.10). To asses life satisfaction, participants rated five items on a seven...
create stability in their lives and for the society, thus it can be defined usefully for the general public in respect of cross cultural terms.
In order to demonstrate this, this essay will first focus on showing the three main factors of marriage, which are the biological, social and emotional. Then...
had to sit a self-rated personality traits assessment, using the Big Five framework (degree of Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability and Openness). Afterwards, their SNW (Social Networking Websites) profiles were analyzed by the authors, which tried to estimate the owner’s...
amount of support in recent years is the Fig Five personality trait theory. The five traits are Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability, and Openness to Experience. These traits, and different combinations of these traits, are found in everyone. Considering numerous studies...
never reach fruition due to the innate human desire for stability.
Barnlund states "To survive, psychologically as well as physically, human beings must inhabit a world that is relatively free of ambiguity and reasonably predictable" (52). Stability is not only at the root of the American dream, it is...
Pros for use of Personality Tests
- Personality characters can be grouped into five broad dimensions
-> The big five: conscientiousness, emotional stability, agreeableness, extraversion, and openness to experience
- Manager believe personality traits matter at work
- Traits can be relevant predictors...
most cases physical attraction is the first strike that lights the fire of love.
A stronger cause to fall in love is emotional emptiness. People seek to fill their emotional emptiness with love in most times. Once you taste love, you won't forget it. For those people who suffer from loneliness,...
entering into marriage with Tom, Daisy was in a relationship with Gatsby; yet, even at this stage of life, Fitzgerald demonstrates Daisy’s concern for stability. Gatsby deceives Daisy into believing that he is the financially stable man she is in need of: “He might have despised himself, for he had certainly...
failure includes marital failure, financial failure, and emotional instability which can be caused by the stress of not reaching the earmarks for occupational success. Once a man’s ego begins to bruise from failure in the workplace, his emotional stability and marriage begin to feel the strain. This then...
mental health experiences. With licensing and other state
regulation requirements, centers are mandated to provide services that will foster stability. The
environments have to be small, not over crowded, and have enough caregivers to provide a safe haven
for children. The days of just babysitting...
Emotional Stability (Neuroticism) Traits like tense and anxious.
Openness to Experience (Intellect/Imagination) Traits like having wide interests and being imaginative
I will rate myself high extraversion and openness to experience, medium agreeableness and emotional stability and low conscientiousness...
and going home after a long day of studies. The comparison between these scenarios is that there is some type of change in the character; it may be emotional or psychologically inclined. This change may occur quickly or slowly but it eventually happens, and it comes in several different ways. Let it be...
and TV shows contribute to spark their obsessions. Emotional investment is a large factor for an obsession. A adolescent or a teenager yearns to find a social group where they fit in, so when a cult following of a TV show or a band appear, the emotional link will grow stronger as they can relate to heavily...
social patterns, describing and explaining families. It is an important unit in society and has an essential role in fulfilling the physical and emotional needs of individuals.
The family is a vital and natural part of the fundamentals of a healthy society. There are two important...
explores how thought and behavior change and show stability across the life span
ask questions like: how do our reasoning skills or emotional skills change as we age? Does old age bring wisdom?
study of the links among...
(Yukl, 2006). Gary Yukl also discusses what I believe are intangible competencies a manager brings with him or her including: “Self-confidence, emotional stability and maturity, personal integrity, and an internal locus of control orientation (Yukl, 2006, p. 189). I think these are intangible competencies...