The role of the Big Five personality factors in vigilance performance and workload

@inproceedings{Rose2002TheRO,
  title={The role of the Big Five personality factors in vigilance performance and workload},
  author={Cynthia Laurie Rose and Laura Bennett Murphy and Lynn Byard and Katherina Nikzad},
  year={2002}
}
Using the five-factor personality model, the present study explored the influence of personality factors on sustained attention and perceived workload. Ninety-six college-aged participants were administered a 12 minute vigilance fast event rate task. Following the vigil, participants were asked to first, rate their perceived workload of the task using the NASA-TLX, and then second, complete the NEO-PI-R personality inventory. Traditional measures of hits, false alarms, and reaction times were… CONTINUE READING

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