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Finally, submissives would score higher on empathy, altruism, honesty-humility, emotionality, and agreeableness than dominants (Hypothesis 3).
After the final exposure to restraint stress, the emotionality of mice was estimated in the hole-board test, and the weights of the wet tissues of the thymus, spleen and adrenal gland were measured.
Deletion of the life span determinant p66Shc prevents age-dependent increases in emotionality and pain sensitivity in mice.
Many of the articles in the collection capture the gendered dimensions of emotionality.
The temperament domains of shyness and emotionality were negatively correlated with happiness, while sociability and activity were positively correlated with happiness.
Regarding the MRNI-R subscales, Avoidance of Femininity, Extreme Self-Reliance, Dominance, Non-Relational Sexuality, and Restrictive Emotionality were positively correlated with an avoidance of academic help seeking, with Dominance being the most strongly related.
From the present study significant differences were found in the personality traits of full time males and females students of a management institute in Negative Emotionality, Agreeableness, Openness to Experience and Conscientiousness.
Restrictive Emotionality (RE): "Having difficulty and fears about expressing one's feelings and difficulty finding words to express basic emotions.
But when I came to the last section of his piece about the parental alienation phenomenon, under the "Role of Politics" heading, I found myself swept into a cyclone of emotionality rather than into a pool of contemplative thought that his articles regularly produce.
The trope of Black/African emotionality as proof of inferiority needs to be reassessed, and rejected, within the general discourse that circumscribes the Black/African ontology in its various expressions in Africa and its Diasporas .
At its heart, the Brandphonics approach involves the application of research methodologies that assess the product from three separate perspectives--namely: Emotionality.
Historians cite Choki's ability to display a quiet emotionality as a quality that set him apart from other Ukiyo-e artists.