Entre los autoinformes más utilizados en la evaluación del comportamiento social en población adolescente se destacan la Escala de Conducta Antisocial ASB. Results are similar in all groups and show that ASB was positively related to . La relación entre la variable psicoticismo y conducta antisocial es un hecho que . Extraversion, Neuroticism, Psychoticism and Antisocial Behavior in Schoolgirls la Escala de Conducta Antisocial ASB (Allsopp y Feldman, ) y la escala.
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The questionnaire was first translated into Turkish and then back translated.
Subsequently, it was cojducta to students from 4 different universities. The internal consistency, test-retest reliability, and validity were subsequently evaluated. Factor analysis, similar to the original scale, yielded 4 factors; the neuroticism, extraversion, psychoticism, and codnucta scales.
Kuder-Richardson alpha coefficients for the extraversion, neuroticism, psychoticism, and lie scales were 0. Our findings support the construct validity of the questionnaire. The results indicated that there was a gender difference only in the lie scale scores.
Our findings largely supported the reliability and validity of the questionnaire in a Turkish student sample. The psychometric characteristics of the Turkish version of the EPQR-A were discussed in light of the relevant literature.
Directory of Open Access Journals Dde. The N-S component is characterized by social sensitivity and worry while N-A reflects moodiness, irritability and boredom.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the internal structure of the N scale in samples of Finnish and Turkish students. The bi-dimensional structure suggested by Francis had an acceptable fit to data in the Finnish and Turkish samples.
Higher N-S and N scores correlated with being a woman in the Turkish sample. Neither N nor N-S scores were related to sex in the Finnish sample. Turkish on N and N-A. Turkish women scored higher in N and N-S scales than the other groups. The possible cultural and social reasons for the sex differences on the N scale score were discussed. Speech spectrum’s correlation with speakers’ Eysenck personality traits. Full Text Available The current study explored the correlation between speakers’ Eysenck personality traits and speech spectrum parameters.
Forty-six subjects completed the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire. They were instructed to verbally conductq the questions shown on a computer screen and their responses were recorded by the computer.
The results suggest that personality characteristics may be conveyed through the human voice, although the extent to which these antisociwl are due to physiological differences in the organs associated with speech or to a general Pygmalion effect is yet unknown.
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Eysenck Psychobiological Personality Model: Full Text Available In this article, particular circumstances, author and ideas that influenced on the elaboration of one of the most solid personality models that Psychology has till nowadays: Eysenck Personality Model, are revised. Its main characteristics are presented, which defined it as a dispositional, dimensional, hierarchic and psychobiological model.
The intention of improving dimensions description, explanation, and measurement, took this author to propose changes to his original theory and instrument. Hence, different periods of this model are analyzed. In spite of proliferation of personality theories, Eysenck model has an empirical validity that only a few have.
Thus, we argue that in Personality Psychology there is a background available which represents the Paradigm into which we will probably antlsocial moving in the next years.
A study is reported in which smokers are shown to have higher psychoticism scores than non-smokers. We evaluated the role of psychic factors in the etiopathogenesis of alopecia areata on the basis of Eysenck ‘s Personality Inventory adapted by Choynowski. The control group consisted of 50 volunteers. The analysis of the results showed that the neurotic type of personality was predominant in the group of patients Neurotic personality found in such a high percentage of the patients with alopecia areata may be an additional element in the group of psychic factors that possibly have some influence on the development of the disease.
The question of whether background music is able to enhance cognitive clnducta performance is of interest to cconducta, educators, and stakeholders in business alike.
Studies have shown that background music can have beneficial, detrimental or no effects on cognitive task performance. Extraversion-and its postulated underlying cause, cortical arousal-is regarded as an important factor influencing the outcome of such studies. According to Eysenck ‘s theory of personalityextraverts’ cortical arousal at rest is lower compared to that of introverts.
Scholars have thus hypothesized that extraverts should benefit from background music in cognitive tasks, whereas introverts’ performance should decline with music in the background. Reviewing studies that have considered extraversion as a mediator of the effect of background music on cognitive task performance, it is demonstrated that there is as conduucta evidence in favor as there is against Eysenck ‘s theory of personality.
Further, revisiting Eysenck ‘s concept of cortical arousal-which has traditionally been assessed by activity in the EEG alpha band-and reviewing literature on the link between sab and cortical arousal, it is revealed that there is conflicting evidence. Due to Eysenck ‘s focus on alpha power, scholars have largely neglected higher frequency bands in the EEG signal as indicators of cortical arousal. Based on recent findings, it is suggested that beta power might not only be an indicator of alertness and attention but also a predictor of cognitive task performance.
In conclusion, it is proposed that focused music listening prior to cognitive tasks might be a more efficient way to boost performance than listening to background music during cognitive tasks. Full Text Available The question of whether background music is able to enhance cognitive task performance is of interest to scholars, educators, and stakeholders in business alike.
Extraversion—and its postulated underlying cause, cortical arousal—is regarded as an important factor influencing the outcome of such studies. Further, revisiting Eysenck ‘s concept of cortical arousal—which has traditionally been assessed by activity in the EEG alpha band—and reviewing literature on the link between extraversion and cortical arousal, it is revealed that there is conflicting evidence.
Niveles de cortisol salival y tipos de personalidad de Grossarth-Maticek y Eysenck: Tested predictions derived from Eysenck ‘s theory of eecala in two samples by relating extraversion scores to library study locations, frequency of study breaks, and self-report of factors which influence study location. Found predicted main effects for study location with extraverts occupying locations that provided greater external….
The Personal Attributes Questionnaire: The rich complexity of the concepts of masculinity and femininity has been reflected in personality measures in at least two different ways: Full Text Available In this paper, we lay the foundation for an adaptation of the teaching process to the personality traits and academic performance of the university students enrolled in applied computer science and informatics ACSI.
We discuss dr such an adaptation could be supported by an analytical software solution and present the initial version of this solution. In the form of a case study, we discuss the scores from a personality questionnaire that was administered to a group of university students enrolled in an introductory programming course at the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad, Serbia.
By using various exploratory and analytical techniques, we inspect the student EPQ—R scores and elaborate on the specificities of the participating student group. As part of our efforts to understand the broader relevance of different student personality traits in an academic environment, we also discuss how the EPQ—R scores of students could provide information valuable to the process of atnisocial student learning and performance in university courses in ACSI.
Personality and Bulimic Symptomatology.
Examined relationship between bulimic symptomatology as measured by scores axb Bulimia Test-Revised BULIT-R and personality characteristics based on Eysenck Personality Questionnaire -Revised in nonclinical sample of female college students. Social support is a key nursing variable. No review has yet systematically assessed the effectiveness of the personal resource questionnaire PRQ eacala a measure of perceived social support. Studies that reported PRQ scores, sample descriptions, and sample sizes and that tested the relationship between the PRQ and study variables were included in the present review.
Three other studies were included that did not report on PRQ correlations with other health variables. The included studies addressed a variety of health problems and different population in different settings. Cronbach’s alphas for the included studies ranged from.
Hypothesized relationships between the PRQ and study variables including health promotion behavior, self-care behavior, self-efficacy, self-esteem, stress, depression, loneliness, pain, and disability were supported, providing positive evidence for PRQ construct validity. Included studies used the PRQ to address disparate populations in terms of age, socioeconomic fonducta, ethnicity, and educational background. This review found the PRQ to be a reliable and valid tool for measuring perceived social support across a wide range of populations.
Further studies are necessary to examine the relationship between social support and selected demographics among populations with different cultural backgrounds. Predicting multicultural effectiveness of international students: The present study considered the reliability and validity of the item revised sab of the Multicultural Personality Questionnairea multidimensional instrument aimed at measuring multicultural effectiveness of expatriate employees and students.
The questionnaire includes scales for cultural.
The Multicultural Personality Questionnaire. Development and Validation of the Personality Assessment Questionnaire: Data are presented evaluating the validity and reliability of the Personality Assessment Questionnaire PAQa self-report questionnaire designed to elicit respondents’ perceptions of themselves with respect to seven personality and behavioral dispositions: PersonalityStudy Methods and Academic Performance.
A questionnaire measuring four student personality types–stable introvert, unstable introvert, stable extrovert and unstable extrovert–along with the Eysenck Personality Inventory Form A were give to 72 graduate students at Aberdeen University and the results showed recognizable interaction between study methods, motivation and personality…. The Multicultural Personality Questionnaire: A multidimensional instrument of multicultural effectiveness.
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In today’s global business environment, executive work is becoming more international in orientation. Several skills and traits may underlie executive success in an inter national environment.
The Multicultural Personality Questionnaire was developed as a multidimensional instrument aimed at. Construction and preleminary research. Full Text Available The article describes the development of the self-report Questionnaire of Personality Disorders VMO, which was constructed on the basis of DSM-IV classification for personality disorders American Psychiatric Association,Beck’s theory of dysfunctional cognitive schemas Beck in Freeman, and psychoanalytic theories of basic personality structures.
We focused on the basic experiencing of self and others, which is characteristic of specific personality type. In regard to these theories we believe that personality disorder is a broader term; the disorders within it are not limited to existing DSM-IV axis II categories. The personality disorders are complex phenomenon, which are better described on dimensional then categorical scales as well. The questionnaire consists of items, which correspond to 12 clinical scales for histrionic, obsessive-compulsive, passive-aggressive, avoidant, dependent, depressive, narcissistic, borderline, antisocial, paranoid, schizoid and schizotypal personality disorders and a lie scale.
According to the personality organization theory Kernberg, and other condufta theories it is divided escaal four parts: The questionnaire was administered to adult psychiatric patients and health persons of both sexes. They were compared according to the responses of the questionnaire.
The internal reliability of scales is sufficient, but correlation between scales is quite strong. The validity was tested with the Personality Diagnostic Questionnaire PDQ-4, Hyler, and through comparing of the results antiocial healthy individuals and psychiatric patients with different diagnosis. The results are generally in accordance with the. Personality construct of Sasang Personality Questionnaire in an adolescent sample. The validity of the SPQ construct was confirmed with adolescents.
Further investigation on its personality construct would extend the clinical application of SPQ to young age groups including children.