Osobowość i samofunkcyjność emocjonalna: relacja pomiędzy modelem osobowości HEXACO, ekstrawersją a świadomością własnej skuteczności regulacji emocji

  • Zbigniew Szczepan Formella Università Pontificia Salesiana
  • Lorenzo Filosa Sapienza, Università di Roma https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9748-1351
  • Giuseppe Crea Università Pontificia Salesiana, Roma
Słowa kluczowe: osobowość, poczucie własnej skuteczności, samoregulacja, HEXACO, regulacyjna skala przekonania o własnej skuteczności

Abstrakt

Głównym celem przedstawionych badań jest sprawdzenie wpływów niektórych cech osobowości, mierzonych modelem osobowości HEXACO, na postrzeganą zdolność do radzenia sobie z własnymi wpływami. Wyniki korelacji i liniowych regresji między cechami osobowości mierzonymi przez HEXACO-60, a postrzeganą zdolnością do zarządzania afektami, mierzoną Regulacyjną Skalą Przekonania o Własnej Skuteczności, potwierdzają pogląd, że ekstrawersja jest bardziej związana z pozytywną ekspresją, podczas gdy emocjonalność jest bardziej związana z zarządzaniem negatywnymi afektami, a świadomość jest nieznacznie związana z niektórymi aspektami samoregulacji pozytywnych i negatywnych afektów. Wyniki uzyskane w tym badaniu dla HEXACO są zbliżone do tych prezentowanych dla FFM we wcześniejszych badaniach dotyczących cech osobowości oraz pozytywnych i negatywnych afektów.

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2020-01-27
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Z problematyki społeczno-pedagogicznej