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Big Five Factors and Longitudinal Research Participation
Personality has been found to significantly impact participation in psychological research in terms of time of participation (e.g., Aviv, Zelenski, Rallo, & Larsen, 2002), willingness to complete more difficult studies ...
Ostracism and Rejection Sensitivity: Are the sensitive really sensitive?
Ostracism, a form of social exclusion, threatens four fundamental needs: self-esteem, meaningful existence, control, and belonging. The present study sought out to examine if certain individual differences exacerbate the ...
PERSONALITY AND CULTURAL DETERMINANTS OF SOCIAL ANXIETY IN ASIAN AMERICANS
It has been well documented that social anxiety is a complex psychological phenomenon, which is linked to personality traits and socio-environmental factors. In addition, acculturation processes are associated with Asian ...