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Synonyms for stability

the condition of being free from defects or flaws

reliability in withstanding pressure, force, or stress

Synonyms for stability

the quality or attribute of being firm and steadfast

a stable order (especially of society)

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the quality of being enduring and free from change or variation

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There is a link between conscientiousness and perfectionism, however high levels of perfectionism can be debilitating and can lead to low self esteem and depression, and may also be linked to poor emotional stability.
Overall, the survey found that regions with large proportions of people scoring low in emotional stability had more residents who were working class and physically unhealthy," the report added.
Exercise participation appears most commonly related to Extraversion, Conscientiousness and Neuroticism / Emotional Stability, though findings are often contradictory.
Emotional stability is defined as a person's capability to react in an emotionally appropriate manner to various stressful conditions.
The use of "t-test" was made to test significance of gender differences in emotional intelligence among adolescents and its ten dimensions namely self-awareness, empathy, self-motivation, emotional stability, managing relations, integrity, self development, value orientation, commitment and altruistic behavior.
We anticipate that the client's degree of conscientiousness will inform us if they are rash decision makers or if they make more studied decisions, and the profiler will also look at emotional stability in order to analyse likely reaction to unexpected outcomes - for example severe market volatility - so that we can protect clients and manage their expectations better," he added.
It measured composite well-being and five subscales: (a) emotional stability, (b) sociability, (c) joviality, (d) self-esteem, and (e) happiness (Friedman, 1994).
In most cases, treatment involves both mood stabilizers and therapy, which can control symptoms and help people regain a sense of emotional stability.
The Lifestyle Fitness Program includes guidelines for getting back on track with proper nutrition, physical fitness, emotional stability, stress control, forming and maintaining healthy relationships, and a keeping positive spiritual influence in one's life.
Their five-factor model was similar to the "big five" personality factors of extraversion, conscientiousness, emotional stability, agreeableness, and openness to experience.
As changes in physical health, emotional stability, or mental faculties, take their toll, it is important to begin an assessment process.
Indeed, children's emotional stability and sense of security depends to a large extent on having clear guiding rules by which to live their lives and the knowledge that if they or others break them then some adult will put them on the right road again.
He added that "being understood and respected by one's colleagues helps a great deal towards emotional stability, including in circumstances that are to a certain point unfavorable.
Hurtz and Donovan (2000) found that emotional stability and agreeableness were also significant predictors of interpersonal facilitation, and emotional stability was a predictor of task performance.