Donald Loffredo

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Dispositional private self-focused attention variables such as insight, internal self-awareness (ISA), and self-reflectiveness (SR) have been found to relate to well-being. The present study sought to determine which dispositional private self-focused attention variables have the most predictive power for subjective well-being as measured by the(More)
This study is an examination of relationships between Myers-Briggs personality type preferences, based on Jungian theory, and communication apprehension. Results showed that participants who preferred introversion or sensing reported significantly higher levels of communication apprehension in general and across the group, dyadic, meeting, and public(More)
This study is an examination of the relationship between communicator image and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) dimensions of extraversion-introversion. The authors found that individuals who prefer extraversion tend to have a more positive communicator image than those who prefer introversion. The results of this study support other research results(More)
In this study, the authors confirm and expand previous findings (M. Anastasi, R. G. Sawyer, & P. J. Pinciaro, 1999; J. E. Lewis & R. M. Malow, 1997) concerning college students' knowledge and perceptions about HIV/AIDS. Although students are knowledgeable about HIV/AIDS, they have little personal concern about becoming infected and do not take appropriate(More)
OBJECTIVE AND PARTICIPANTS The authors compared nontraditional college students' knowledge and perceptions of HIV/AIDS and sexual practices with previously reported results about traditional students. METHODS Nontraditional students completed an online survey with questions based on national HIV/AIDS surveys. Traditional students completed the same survey(More)
The study was an investigation of the relationship between psychological well-being, life satisfaction, self-consciousness, and the four Myers-Briggs Type Indicator dimensions (MBTI; I. B. Myers & M. H. McCaulley, 1985). The participants were 97 college students (79 women and 18 men whose mean age was 31.4 years). All the students were administered four(More)