conscientiousness


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Synonyms for conscientiousness

the quality of being in accord with the dictates of conscience

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Keywords: Social Media, Academic performance, personality traits, extraversion, conscientiousness, openness.
Female workers who are more open to new experiences, are extraverted, exhibit strong decision making power, and possess higher levels of grit and conscientiousness are better rewarded in the labor market," World Bank said.
High scores on those three characteristics, relative to the "Big Five" personality traits (see box) equate to high levels of conscientiousness (social maturity and mental energy), extraversion (social maturity), agreeableness (social maturity and emotional stability), openness to experience (mental energy), and low levels of neuroticism (emotional stability)--important traits for a leadership role.
Specifically, the strength of the negative relationship between negative feedback and job performance was reduced as extraversion, openness to experience, agreeableness, emotional stability, and conscientiousness increased.
It proposes that there are five basic factors underlying differences in personality: neuroticism, extraversion, openness, agreeableness, and conscientiousness.
Emotional Stability was positively associated with students changing major at least one time, as were the traits of Conscientiousness, Extraversion and Agreeableness, but only for some grades.
The study found that students who experienced sexual violence on campus had significantly lower academic efficacy, higher stress, lower institutional commitment and lower scholastic conscientiousness than other students.
Among the best established models is the five factor model which consists of five different factors such as: Neuroticism (anxiety, depressiveness and emotional volatility), Extraversion (sociability, assertiveness, energy level),Openness to Experience (intellectual curiosity, creativity and sensitivity), Agreeableness (compassion, politeness, trust in others) and lastly Conscientiousness (organize, industriousness and reliability).
Conscientiousness was even less valued than intelligence, with just 9% of mothers citing this as the number one trait.
Based on their DiSC scores, participants were identified as belonging to one of the four dimensions of dominance, influence, steadiness and conscientiousness.
2013) investigated the degree to which parent's positive personality characteristics in terms of conscientiousness, agreeableness and emotional stability predict similar adolescent personality traits over time.
One was to investigate if Conscientiousness, one of the so-called Big Five personality factors (e.
Once drunk, the researchers had the volunteers complete a number of tasks, games, and activities in order to bring out their personalities, while a group of outside observers rated their personalities for traits such as conscientiousness and openness to experience.
Results pointed out positive relationship among honesty-humility, extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, openness to experience and procrastination, while emotionality has negative correlation with procrastination.
Bratton and Strittmatter (2013) find that the trait of conscientiousness (one of the Big Five personality dimensions) has an impact on business ethics.