نتایج جستجو برای personality

تعداد نتایج: 50194  

ژورنال: Journal of Research and Health 2013

Abstract This present study aims to consider the relationship between type D personality and HEXACO personality dimensions. The statistical population was included all of the students of Islamic Azad University of Tabriz and 242 people were selected by the one–stage cluster sampling as the statistical sample. Then the participants filled HEXACO-PI and D-14 questionnaires. This stu...

Journal: :Journal of personality and social psychology 2005
Robert R McCrae, Antonio Terracciano,

Personality profiles of cultures can be operationalized as the mean trait levels of culture members. College students from 51 cultures rated an individual from their country whom they knew well (N=12,156). Aggregate scores on Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO-PI-R) scales generalized across age and sex groups, approximated the individual-level 5-factor model, and correlated with aggregate ...

Journal: :Acta neuropsychiatrica 2002
M Hansenne, W Pitchot, M Ansseau,

Serotonin is one of the neurotransmitters implicated in normal personality. Many psychobiological models of personality include some dimensions related to serotonin. For instance, the harm avoidance dimension of the biosocial model developed by Cloninger is related to serotonergic activity. Higher scores on the harm avoidance dimension should theoretically reflect increased serotonergic activit...

Journal: :Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica 2011
Douglas B Samuel,

The work by Kendler et al. (1) in this issue of Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica replicates the phenotypic correlation between borderline personality disorder (BPD) and the trait of neuroticism from the fivefactor model of personality (FFM; 2) within a large twin sample. This study also extends previous work by using behavioural genetics to examine the underpinnings of the relationship between BP...

2015
Anthony W Bateman, John Gunderson, Roger Mulder,

The evidence base for the eff ective treatment of personality disorders is insuffi cient. Most of the existing evidence on personality disorder is for the treatment of borderline personality disorder, but even this is limited by the small sample sizes and short follow-up in clinical trials, the wide range of core outcome measures used by studies, and poor control of coexisting psychopathology. ...

پایان نامه :وزارت علوم، تحقیقات و فناوری - دانشگاه تربیت مدرس - دانشکده فنی مهندسی 1388

این تحقیق شخصیت برند سمند را در ایران با استفاده از مدل پنج بعدی آکر (1997) بعنوان یک چهارچوب بطور توصیفی سنجیده است. بنابر این چهارچوب که دراصل در 42 جزء (42 ویزگی شخصیتی) ودر پنج بعد شخصیتی طراحی شده بود ودر کشورها وصنایع مختلف آزموده شده بود, پرسنامه به زبان فارسی ترجمه شده و با استفاده از روشهای ترجمه معکوس و مصاحبه عمیق با 12 متخصص ایرانی به 38 جزء کاهش یافت. و نظرسنجی ای در پنج نمایندگی ا...

A. Moradi, B. Farashbandi, F. Alishahian, G. Dehbozorgi, H. Hagh-Shenas,

Background: Patients with Trichotillomania (TC) have an irreversible urge to pull their hair.  This self-mutilation behavior is associated with high level of tension before and a sense of gratification and relief after TC. Objective: To investigate the personality characteristics of patients suffering from TC. Method: The study was performed on 43 TC patients and 43 gender and age-matched non-p...

Journal: :The West Indian medical journal 1982
E N Barton,

Introduction: The Development of the Concept of Personality Disorders The concept of personality disorder dates back to ancient times. In the 5th century B.C., Hippocrates put forward the humoral hypothesis. He defined two typologies: a short and sturdy stature called habitus apolepticus, and a tall and thin stature called habitus phthysicus. He later hypothesized that there are four types of l...

2007

Overview Neurologists and primary care doctors manage patients with a wide range of psychiatric disturbances to include personality disorders. The definition of a personality disorder encompasses individuals with interpersonal or psychosocial dysfunction that impairs their social or professional function. Personality disorders are common in the general population occurring in 1-2% of the adult ...

2004
Robert J. Maiden, Steven A. Peterson, Myrah Caya,

Many studies have examined the issue of personality stability/instability in early and middle adulthood; yet, very few studies have explored the limits of personality stability in the very old who are often confronted with major changes in their health and life circumstances which can severely test their normative behavior. Thus, as an extension of this research, we conducted a longitudinal stu...

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