Private self-consciousness and the five-factor model of personality: distinguishing rumination from reflection.

@article{Trapnell1999PrivateSA,
  title={Private self-consciousness and the five-factor model of personality: distinguishing rumination from reflection.},
  author={Paul D. Trapnell and Jennifer D Campbell},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={1999},
  volume={76 2},
  pages={284-304}
}
A distinction between ruminative and reflective types of private self-attentiveness is introduced and evaluated with respect to L. R. Goldberg's (1982) list of 1,710 English trait adjectives (Study 1), the five-factor model of personality (FFM) and A. Fenigstein, M. F. Scheier, and A. Buss's (1975) Self-Consciousness Scales (Study 2), and previously reported correlates and effects of private self-consciousness (PrSC; Studies 3 and 4). Results suggest that the PrSC scale confounds two unrelated… CONTINUE READING
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