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An investigation of the personality traits of scientists versus nonscientists and their relationship with career satisfaction
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Key personality traits and career satisfaction of customer service workers
Purpose – The purpose of the present study is to identify key personality traits which distinguish customer service (CS) employees from other occupations and are related to their career satisfaction.Expand
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Problem crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) in the freshwater, Katherine River, Northern Territory, Australia
Crocodylus porosus is a species that is potentially dangerous to humans and there are numerous records of fatal attacks by this species on humans. Since the Northern Territory population of C.Expand
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Linguistic Coordination as an Unobtrusive, Dynamic Indicator of Rapport, Prosocial Team Processes, and Performance in Team Communication
Language style matching (LSM; the extent to which individuals match others’ function or “filler” words in communication) has been investigated as a potential predictor of rapport and team processesExpand
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Offender Variables: Unique Predictors of Benevolence, Avoidance, and Revenge?
Abstract Past research on interpersonal forgiveness has emphasized traits of the betrayed partner (e.g., forgivingness, empathy, narcissism) or relationship factors (e.g., relational closeness) inExpand
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Banning the word brand
Seeing that the concept of brand is far too veiled in mystique and jargon, let's try this. Let's drop this word brand and start talking about experience for staff and customers. Everything visual weExpand
Understanding Meaning and Existence: Toward the Development of a Measure of Existential Authenticity
Psychological literature has attempted to address existential questions pertaining to attaining meaningfulness in life, activating one's full potential, persistence in the face of adversity,Expand
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Mere Civility, or Genuine Forgiveness? Prosocial Consequences of Belief in Free Will
Recent empirical findings suggest that greater belief in free will predicts positive behavioral outcomes, such as lowered aggression, decreased cheating, bettered work performance, and improvedExpand
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