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Affective reactions to one’s whole life: Preliminary development and validation of the ontological well-being scale
In line with the perspective provided by the intentional paradigm which claims that the measures of subjective well-being (SWB), whether cognitive or affective, should refer to life itself, the Ontological Well-Being Scale ...
Linking metatraits of the big five to well-being and ill-being: do basic psychological needs matter?
There is considerable evidence that two higher order factors underlie the Big-Five dimensions and that these two factors provide a parsimonious taxonomy. However, not much empirical evidence has been documented as to the ...
Value preferences predicting narcissistic personality traits in young adults
(Educational Consultancy, 2012)
This study aimed at showing how the value preferences of young adults could predict the narcissistic characteristics of young adults according to structural equation modeling. 133 female (59.6%) and 90 male (40.4%), total ...
Pathways from personality to happiness: Sense of Uniqueness as a mediator
Personal sense of uniqueness, a major construct in humanistic psychology, has been recently shown to be a robust correlate of happiness. Yet the antecedents of this experience are not known. To address this limitation, we ...
Mindfulness and five factor personality traits as predictors of humor
The study aims to determine if mindfulness and the Five Factor Personality Traits significantly predict humor styles. The participants of the study were a total of 502 undergraduate students, 300 (59.8%) female and 202 ...
Higher-order Traits and Happiness in the Workplace: The Importance of Occupational Project Scale for the Evaluation of Characteristic Adaptations
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
This study attempts to explain the relationship between job satisfaction and the Big Two, Stability and Plasticity, which are the higher-order traits of Big Five. Occupational Project, a narrative construct, was considered ...