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The Role of Neuroticism and Psychological Flexibility in Chronic Fatigue and Quality of Life in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes

. 23. McCrae RR, Costa PT. Validation of the fivefactor model of personality across instruments and observers. J Pers Soc Psychol 52: 81-90, 1987. 24. Lai BP, Tang CS, Chung TK. A prospective longitudinal study investigating neuroticism and mastery as predictors of quality of life among Chinese gynecologic cancer survivors. Qual Life Res 19: 931-941, 2010. 25. Uliaszek AA, Zinbarg RE, Mineka S et al. The role of neuroticism and extraversion in the stress-anxiety and stress-depression relationships. Anxiety, Stress Coping 23: 363

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Subjective Estimation of the Quality of Life in Relation to Neuroticism

Croatian SF-36 Health Survey: Framework for subjective health research. Croat Med J 2006;47:95-102. Holmes TH, Rahe RH. The social readjustment rating scale. J Psychosom Res 1967;11:213-8. Bobić J, Gomzi M, Radošević-Vidaček B, Kanceljak-Macan B. Association of neuroticism with sick building syndrome, quality of life and psychomotor performance. Coll Antropol 2009;33:567-72. Masthoff ED, Trompenaars FJ, Van Heck GL, Hodiamont PP, De Vries J. The relationship between dimensional personality

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Is Atopy Related to Neuroticism, Stress, and Subjective Quality of Life?

systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychosom Med 2008;70:102-16. Goodwin RD, Castro M, Kovacs M. Major depression and allergy: does neuroticism explain the relationship? Psychosom Med 2006;68:94-8. Houvinen E, Kaprio J, Koskenvuo M. Asthma in relation to personality traits, life satisfaction, and stress: A prospective study among 11 000 adults. Allergy 2001;56:971-7. Buske-Kirschbaum A, Ebrecht M, Kern S, Gierens A, Hellhammer DH. Personality characteristics in chronic and non

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Internal relationship patterns in borderline and neurotic personality organization: An analysis of self-narratives

., Demorest, A., Muenz, L.R. & Baranackie, K. (1994). Consistency of Interpersonal Themes for Patients in Psychotherapy. Journal of Personality 62, 4, 499-526. Diguer, L. Lefebvre, R., Drapeau, M., Luborsky, L., Rousseau, J-P., Hébert, É., Daoust, J-P., Pelletier, S., Scullion, M. & Descôteaux, J. (2001). The core conflictual relationship theme of psychotic, borderline, and neurotic personality organizations. Psychotherapy Research, 11, 2, 169-186. Diguer, L., Pelletier, S., Etienne H., Descôteaux, J., Rousseau, J-P. & Daoust, J-P. (2004

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Neurotic symptoms in clinical practice: Mieczysław Kaczyński’s approach

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The aim of this study is to acquaint the readers with some pieces of practical guidance on the therapy of neurotic disorders offered by Professor Mieczysław Kaczyński to his colleagues and students at the Lublin Clinic of Psychiatry. Patients who report so-called neurotic complaints are a group that requires a very thorough clinical analysis. Professor Kaczyński emphasized that it was necessary to make a distinction among patients with a neurotic reaction, a pseudoneurotic syndrome, and ‘neurosis proper’ or psychoneurosis. The first group includes patients who report a psychological trauma as a trigger of their complaints. Therapeutic intervention brings good outcomes leading to resolution of the condition. A group of patients that is very important from the point of view of diagnosis are those in whom neurotic complaints are masking an onset of a somatic or mental illness or an existing illness which is running a mild course. In such cases, a cursory examination leading to a mistaken diagnosis of neurosis can have devastating effects. A misdiagnosis is easy to make, for example, in patients with increased intracranial pressure (“the neurasthenic stage of a brain tumour”) or an onset of a mental illness (the pseudoneurotic syndrome of early schizophrenia). Therefore, often, before the final diagnosis is arrived at, multiple follow-up examinations are needed to monitor the structure and dynamics of the disease. Only when the first two diagnostic options have been excluded, can the physician classify the disorder as a neurosis (psychoneurosis). In such cases, it is necessary to find the etiological agent, which, more often than not, is a situation of conflict or frustration that the patient is unconscious of. A failure to analyze a case in this way may result in the patient’s resignation response, potentially leading to suicide. It appears that Professor Kaczyński’s remarks on the clinical picture of neurotic disorders largely round out the information provided in ICD-10 under F.40–F.48.

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The Impact of Rhythmic Distortions in Speech on Personality Assessment

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The perennial question as to how perceived otherness in speech projects into listener assessment of one’s personality has been systematically investigated within the field of foreign accentedness, vocal communication of affective states and vocal stereotyping. In the present study, we aimed at exploring non-native listeners’ capacity to respond to differences in natural and modified native speech, particularly whether the manipulation of temporal structure in both stressed and unstressed syllables gives rise to any changes in the perception of the speaker’s personality. The respondents’ intuitive judgements were captured in the domain of the ‘nervousness category’ taken from the five-factor model of personality. Our results indicate an effect of temporal modifications on the listeners’ judgements. Analysis of variance for repeated measures confirmed a highly significant shift of personality evaluations towards the undesired traits (e.g., nervousness, anxiety, querulousness). Several interesting interactions with the semantic contents of the utterances and with the intrinsic qualities of the speakers’ voices were also found. We argue that the effects of accented speech go beyond conscious willingness to accept “otherness” and suggest a method for studying them.

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Psychophysiological Responses to Competition and the Big Five Personality Traits

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The relationship between internet addiction and personality traits in Slovak secondary schools students

, 152 LNEE, 559-567. MONTAG, C., JURKIEWICZ, M., REUTER, M. 2010. Low self-directedness is a better predictor for problematic internet use than high neuroticism. In: Computers in Human Behavior , 26(6), 1531–1535. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2010.05.021 MUSCH, J., BRODER, A., KLAUER, K. C. 2001. Improving survey research on the world-wide web using the randomized response technique. In U-D. Reips and M. Bosnjak (Ed.), Dimensions of internet science (179–192). Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers. OZCAN, N.K. BUZLU, S. 2007. Internet use and its relation with

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The Eysenck Personality Profile in Selected Groups of Ophthalmological Patients

Characteristics of Pediatric Patients Measured by Eysenck Personality Questionnaire, Acta Informatica Medica; 18 (4): 208–212. 9. Kim YK, Woo SJ, Park KH, Chi YK, Han JW, Kim KW. (2018) Association of Central Serous Chorioretinopathy with Psychosocial Factors is Dependent on Its Phase and Subtype. Korean Journal of Ophthalmology : KJO, 32(4): 281–289 10. Cheng H, Furnham A. (2017) Personality traits neuroticism and openness as well as early abnormal eye conditions as predictors of the occurrence of eye problems in adulthood. Health Psychol Open; 4

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The Relation of Dysfunctional Cognitive Schemas and Personality Dimensions in Generalized Anxiety Disorder

disorders on big five personality traits. J Psychiatr Res. 2012 May;46:644-650. 15. Rosellini AJ, Brown TA - The NEO five-factor inventory: latent structure and relationships with dimensions of anxiety and depressive disorders in a large clinical sample. Assessment, 2011 Mar;18:27-38. 16. Consortium of Genetics and Personality - Meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies for neuroticism, and the polygenic association with major depressive disorder. JAMA Psychiatry. 2015 Jul;72:642-650. 17. Popa OC, Nireştean A, Ardelean M, et al - Community mental

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