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1967 30
1968 68
1969 63
1970 75
1971 72
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1973 69
1974 105
1975 86
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1977 65
1978 52
1979 37
1980 34
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1984 33
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1989 23
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1992 29
1993 28
1994 33
1995 27
1996 23
1997 27
1998 17
1999 23
2000 25
2001 29
2002 24
2003 31
2004 29
2005 38
2006 54
2007 54
2008 56
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2019 33
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[Activity involvement and extraversion as predictors of psychological wellbeing in older people].
Rubio L, et al. Rev Esp Geriatr Gerontol 2016. PMID 26743205 Spanish.
The relationship between extraversion, participation in activities and psychological wellbeing in older people is analysed in this study. ...A low positive correlation between extraversion and wellbeing was observed. The multiple regression analysis revealed that extraversion explained 19.9% of the variance in psychological wellbeing, which increased to 25.3% when social participation, gender, and the origin of the sample were considered. ...
The relationship between extraversion, participation in activities and psychological wellbeing in older people is analysed in …
Extraversion and happiness: The mediating role of social support and hope.
Tan CS, et al. Psych J 2018. PMID 30015375
Analysis of responses of 360 undergraduate students showed that extraversion, social support, and hope were significantly linked with happiness. Moreover, hope was found to mediate the linkage of extraversion and happiness and of social support and happiness. The results also supported the view that extraversion enhances happiness through social support and then hope (serial mediating effect). ...
Analysis of responses of 360 undergraduate students showed that extraversion, social support, and hope were significantly linked with …
Extraversion, neuroticism, and the electrocortical response to monetary rewards in adolescent girls.
Speed BC, et al. Biol Psychol 2018. PMID 29807086 Free PMC article.
Affective personality traits, such as extraversion and neuroticism, are associated with individual differences in reward system functioning. ...Results indicated an Extraversion × Neuroticism interaction, such that greater extraversion was associated with an increased ΔRewP, but only in the context of low neuroticism. ...
Affective personality traits, such as extraversion and neuroticism, are associated with individual differences in reward system funct …
Functional neuroimaging of extraversion-introversion.
Lei X, et al. Neurosci Bull 2015 - Review. PMID 26552800 Free PMC article.
Initial exploration of extraversion has revealed correlations with the medial prefrontal cortex, anterior cingulate cortex, insular cortex, and the precuneus. ...Moreover, the long-range temporal dependence of the resting-state networks is highly correlated with personality traits, and this can be used for the prediction of extraversion. ...
Initial exploration of extraversion has revealed correlations with the medial prefrontal cortex, anterior cingulate cortex, insular c …
Personality Traits as Patterns of Meaning Assignment Tendencies
Kreitler S. J Pers 2018. PMID 28317114
METHOD: After introducing the meaning system, the article describes the new conception of personality traits and presents the example of extraversion. Correlation coefficients of four different extraversion scales with the meaning profiles are analyzed. RESULTS: The findings enable defining the meaning profile of extraversion and validating it in view of the information available about extraoversion. ...
METHOD: After introducing the meaning system, the article describes the new conception of personality traits and presents the example of …
Clarifying the Relation Between Extraversion and Positive Affect.
Smillie LD, et al. J Pers 2015 - Clinical Trial. PMID 25234441
Second, no previous research has examined potentially diverging associations of lower-order aspects of extraversion (i.e., assertiveness and enthusiasm) with positive affect. ...This was also the case for the assertiveness and enthusiasm aspects of extraversion. Our findings clarify the nature of the positive affective component of extraversion, which is best described in terms of both positive valence and high activation....
Second, no previous research has examined potentially diverging associations of lower-order aspects of extraversion (i.e., assertiven …
Social Media, Dreaming, and Personality: An Online Study
Schredl M and Göritz AS. Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw 2019. PMID 31580735
Social media dreams were quite rare (two percent of all remembered dreams), but their frequency correlated with neuroticism and extraversion-in addition to the amount of time using social media in waking-supporting the hypothesis that social media have a stronger effect on those person's inner life due to the higher importance attached to this channel of communication. ...
Social media dreams were quite rare (two percent of all remembered dreams), but their frequency correlated with neuroticism and extravers
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