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Synonyms for stability

Synonyms for stability

the condition of being free from defects or flaws

reliability in withstanding pressure, force, or stress

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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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Emotional stability is characterized by being restful, patient, mild, and calm (Walker et al.
The conclusion, authors say, is that the study clearly shows that low social maturity, low mental energy, and emotional stability are associated with nonaffective psychotic illnesses in general; however, those who developed bipolar disorder were found to have different patterns of the three key personality traits.
Page, Bruch and Haase (2008) found that both Emotional Stability and Conscientiousness uniquely predicted career commitment/decidedness.
The interpersonal nature of these three traits could be taken to suggest that individuals high on extraversion, agreeableness, or emotional stability will display OCBI as a direct manifestation of trait expression.
There is measured effectiveness of the Forest Taegyo Program, with results demonstrating that the program had a positive effect on pregnant women's emotional stability and maternal identity (Kim, Lim, Choi, Kim, & Park, 2012; Park, Lim, Kwon, Lee, & Kim, 2011).
As far as personality variables are concerned, emotional stability inversely predicts working compulsively whereas no relation was found for the four remaining dimensions (extraversion, responsibility, friendliness and openness to experience).
The 16 Personality Factors listed by Cattell3 (in the questionnaire 16 PF) are warmth, reasoning, emotional stability, dominance, liveliness, conscientious, social boldness, sensitivity, vigilance, abstractedness, privateness, apprehension, openness to change, self-reliance, perfectionism and tension.
On the other hand, a person with the similar awareness but acts angrily despite this knowledge is emotionally unintelligent[1] Indeed, persons with EI show their emotional stability in their interpersonal relationship and social adjustment in their social and occupational fields.
Finally, the hypothesized interaction of gender and emotional stability was added in Model 3.
Arroyo's treatment should include a holistic approach "meaning with family support, emotional stability and spiritual upliftment which cannot be attained while being confined in a hospital," Flaminiano stressed.
There is now almost universal agreement among practicing and academic psychologists that personality has five major dimensions: emotional stability, extroversion, openness to experience, agreeableness and conscientiousness.
The Police Department is soliciting proposals a contractor to perform applicant emotional stability and psychological fitness examinations for sworn positions and regular, full-time non-sworn positions in the Durham Police Department.
At the same time, narcissism Is shown to boost self-esteem, emotional stability, and the tendency to emerge as a leader.
While each of the Big Five were found to significantly predict almost all types of burnout, emotional stability and extraversion were found to be the strongest predictors of burnout.
The dogs are tailored to the needs of their future owner and can accomplish a variety of tasks, such as picking up and retrieving items, opening and closing doors, pulling wheelchairs, providing emotional stability and getting help in the event of an emergency.