Personality And Mindfulness

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Kaviani & Hatami (2016), analyzed primary research information for a correlation between personality traits and mindfulness. In this report, mindfulness is defined as paying attention to every action, and showing the ability to change (Kaviani and Hatami 2016). Personality traits reviewed in this study are: empathy, Theory of mind, openness, pro-social behavior, and suggestibility. A questionnaire focusing on all five of the listed personality traits and mindfulness, were given to a group of 275 participants. It was found that those with a high mindful rating, correlated with the listed traits to a higher degree than those in with low mindful ratings (see Appendix A for chart). There were two classifications of mindfulness (low and high mindfulness).…show more content…
Research was collected, using secondary correlation and descriptive studies, from a 1394 data set. A total of 123 physical education teachers (both men and women) from Ardebil, were used in the study. Each participant was given a survey and evaluated using the NEO Personality Inventory Dimension (a way to rate personality traits). Only Neuroticism, agreeableness, and a sense of responsibility showed positive correlation with job stress (view Appendix B for the full results and test…show more content…
Their research interest is in hospitals and the health care industry. Both transformational and transactional leadership styles were used as variables in the study. Other variables used were effectiveness, effort, motivation, and charism (all personality traits). There were two hypotheses for this study. (1) there is no connection between leadership personality traits and job performance in a health care company (Khan, 2016). (2) There is very little correlation between leadership personality traits and job performance in a health care company (Khan, 2016). 30 test subjects were given questionnaires at random, from three different health care hospitals. From the surveys, the data was modeled using linear regression techniques. It was found that both hypotheses were wrong. Depending on the type of leadership style, there was a strong connection to organizational
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