Neuroticism

Neuroticism: a non-informative marker of vulnerability to ...

Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol (2004) 39: 906-912 DOI 10.1007/s00127-004-0873-y ■ Abstract Background Neuroticism measures are very popular in psychopathological research, but it is unclear how useful neuroticism is in studies ofthe aetiology of psychopathology.

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A model for self-treatment of four sub-types of symptomatic ...

A model for self-treatment of four sub-types of symptomatic ‘depression’ using non-prescription agents: Neuroticism (anxiety and emotional instability); malaise (fatigue and painful symptoms); demotivation (anhedonia) and seasonal affective disorder ‘SAD’

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Neuroticism: moderator or mediator in the relation between ...

Neuroticism: moderator or mediator in the relation between locus of control and depression? Dave Clark e * School of Psychology, Massey University, Albany Campus, Private Bag 102904, North Shore Mail Centre, New Zealand Received 13February 2003; received in revised form 30 July 2003; accepted 24 ...

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Are Measuresof Self-Esteem, Neuroticism, Locus of Control ...

Are Measuresof Self-Esteem, Neuroticism, Locus of Control, and Generalized Self-Efficacy Indicators ofa Common Core Construct? Timothy A. Judge and Amir Erez University of Florida JoyceE.

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Effortful control, neuroticism, and extraversion: Effects on ...

Chapter 6 Effortful control, neuroticism, and extraversion: Effects on anxiety and depression Catharina A. Hartman, Karlien M.C. Landman-Peeters, Albertine J. Oldehinkel, Anne Boomsma, Marijtje A.J. van Duijn, Johan A. den Boer, Ruud B. Minderaa, & Johan Ormel.

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Optimism, Neuroticism, Coping, and Symptom Reports: An ...

OPTIMISM AND NEUROTICISM 641 between LOT scores and modified versions of the Ways of Coping Checklist (WCCL; Folkman & Lazarus, 1980) in two samples of undergraduates.

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Neuroticism, daily hassles, and depressive symptoms: An ...

Neuroticism, daily hassles, and depressive symptoms: An examination of moderating and mediating effects JamesG. Hutchinson a, Paula G. Williams b, * a Department of Psychology, Washington State University, Pullman, WA 99164-4820, United States b Department of Psychology, University of Utah, 380 ...

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Neuroticism: 6 facets Extraversion: 6 facets

2 7 Openness to Experience: 6 facets / areas z Fantasy z Aesthetics z Action z Ideas z Values z Occupational choice 8 Agreeableness (Opposite of Antagonism): are NOT z Skeptical z Mistrustful z Callous z Unsympathetic z Stubborn z Rude z Skillful manipulators z Aggressive go-getters 9 ...

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Personality from a controlled processing perspective: An fMRI ...

Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 2005, ?? (?), ???-??? Neuroticism, a trait characterized by the tendency to experience negative affect (Costa & McCrae, 1980; H. J.

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Neuroticism is associated with larger and more prolonged ...

neutral stimuli (i.e., an arousal effect; Bradley, 2000). Thus, in-dividualshigher in neuroticism should show especially strong skin conductance reactivity to emotional (and especially aversive) stimuli.

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