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the combination of emotional, intellectual, and moral qualities that distinguishes an individual

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Building foreign brand personalities in Russia: The moderating effect of consumer ethnocentrism.
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.
It is because permissive fathers neither let their children realise their true potentials and personalities nor do they set rules or show supremacy in rearing.
As the conflict arises, personalities play vital role in experiencing and managing role conflict in daily routine life.
And we who listen and watch from the sidelines, with a pre-conditioned tendency to choose sides quickly and becoming partisan, we quickly get drawn into the clash of the high-profile personalities.
This textbook illustrates how personality theories can help students understand their own personalities, rather than examining personality through theorists, theories, and research.
Psoriasis patients with type D personalities had significantly worse general, sexual, and psoriasis-related health-related quality of life, compared with psoriasis patients without type D personality (J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol.
Increasingly, marketers are trying their best to create strong personalities for their brands.
Furthermore Type B personalities may have a poor sense of time schedule and can be predominately right brained thinkers.
In all the three classes most of students were having social personalities.
As per previous research of Cattell & Kline (26) Neuroticism was found to be an important predictor of academic performance Further, as Furnham and Mitchell (1991) (27) suggested, this correlation may be associated with anxiety characteristics of neurotic personalities.
Clear Channel Media and Entertainment revealed the results of a new national study of the increasingly powerful role of radio and the unique connection between radio personalities and listeners in a highly digital and social media-oriented world.
People have different personalities depending on their trait endowments, constraints, and situations, whereas their actions constitute the data used to identify the traits.
But I'm sure, being crowned Sports Personality of The Year would be a "crime" to all those real personalities of sport
Washington, June 5 ( ANI ): A new study has found that foster parents have a greater influence on the personalities of fostered offspring than the genes inherited from birth parents.