Latest Agreeableness Stories
Being out of work for a long period of time can fundamentally change a person’s personality, making them less agreeable and less conscientious, according to a new study published earlier this month in the Journal of Applied Psychology.
One state’s citizens are collectively more agreeable and another’s are more conscientious. Could that influence how each state is governed?
According to a study from University of Chicago researchers, older couples rely on a husband’s health and attitude when it comes to being happy.
Humans of the same feather flock together, according to a study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
In response to an article published by Mashable, fishbat, a leader in online marketing companies discusses a new study that was conducted at the University of Pennsylvania, led by computer and
According to a new study, less attractive and less agreeable people tend to be the target of counterproductive work behavior (CWB), or "behavior intended to hurt the organization or other members of the organization."
The field of psychology has long adhered to an elegant theory of personality structure known the five-factor-model (FFM). The theory is built around five core personality traits known as the “Big Five” that are believed to be universal features of human psychology.
Five personality traits widely thought to be universal across cultures might not be.
By observing and collecting data for 18 years on 298 gorillas in North American zoos and sanctuaries, an international team of scientists has examined the role of personality.
People's personalities can change considerably over time, say scientists, suggesting that leopards really can change their spots.
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