conscientiousness


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Synonyms for conscientiousness

the quality of being in accord with the dictates of conscience

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Conscientiousness describes an individual's level of achievement, impulse control, organization and planning, acceptance of traditional norms and feeling responsibility toward the others (Zhao, Seibert and Lumpkin, 2010; Costa and McCrae, 1992; Roberts, Chernyshenko, Stark, and Goldberg, 2005), that facilitates task- and goal-directed behavior, such as thinking before acting, delaying gratification, and prioritizing tasks.
The only "significant predictor" was conscientiousness, or the propensity to plan, organize, and take care of responsibilities.
In line with prior studies, FFM neuroticism was inversely related and extraversion and conscientiousness were positively related to exercise behavior.
An expectant mother who chooses to find out her child's sex before birth may be giving subtle clues about her views on proper gender roles, suggests a study from Ohio State University, Columbus, which found that women who choose not to learn their child's sex may be more open to new experiences and combine egalitarian views about the roles of men and women in society with conscientiousness.
Washington, July 10 ( ANI ): Researchers have discovered a variety of factors like impulsivity, hopelessness, sensation-seeking traits, lack of conscientiousness, with 70 percent accuracy that determines that kids will become binge drinkers.
Findings indicate that both conscientiousness and financial literacy are consistent predictors of asset accumulation among young Americans.
Anastasiades said Ioannou's selfless actions and conscientiousness gave a message of hope for society.
Chowdury (2008) in his findings asserted that there were positive and significant relationships between a student's overall score and openness, conscientiousness, agreeableness and neuroticism.
The model consists of five personality dimensions: extraversion, openness to experience, neuroticism, agreeableness, and conscientiousness [9].
on the basis of the principle of bilateral aid, cooperation, conscientiousness, and mutual benefits, under the agreement, the two sides will implement in-depth cooperation in exchange and sharing of information, product research, market development and promotion, industrial services and other spheres.
Gosling finds that some of the easiest cues are openness (from inviting spaces, open doors, comfortable seating) and conscientiousness (that's for the organized spaces, where planners and calendars are actually used).
Catharines, Ontario) were certainly familiar with the "Big Five" personality dimensions--extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, openness to experience--then widely recognized by Western psychologists.
The five key dimensions of personality are known as Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness to experience, Agreeableness and Conscientiousness which represent the basic dimensions underlying personality (Costa & McCrae 1991; Digman 1990).
Obviously pay should be regional, but the regions should be the regions of competence and conscientiousness.
SEF urged the private sector to do its part in helping the marginalized but to undertake the venture with responsibility and conscientiousness.