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References Barrick, M. R., Mount, M. K., & Gupta, R. (2003). Meta-analyses of the relationship between the five-factor model of personality and Holland’s occupational types. Personnel Psychology , 56 , 45-73. Retrieved from Costa, P. T., & McCrae, R. R. (1992). Revised NEO-Personality Inventory (NEO-PI-R) and NEO Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI): Professional manual. Odessa, FL: Psychological AssessmentResources. Retrieved from Costa, P. T., & McCrae, R. R. (2003). Personality in adulthood: A five

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References 1. Allport, G. W. Personality: A psychological interpretation , New York: Holt, 1937. 2. Aron, A., Aron, E. N., & Smollan, D. Inclusion of Other in the Self Scale and the Structure of Interpersonal Closeness, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 63 (4), 1992, pp. 596–612. 3. Atran, S., Norenzayan, A. Religion’ s evolutionary landscape: Counterintuition, commitment, compassion, communion, Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27, 2004, pp. 713–770. 4. Barlev, M., Mermelstein, S., & German, T. C. Representational coexistence in the God concept: Core

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may lead to increased polarization between those who actively seek out news and those who avoid it ( Ksiazek et al., 2010 ). Although researchers are progressing towards a wide understanding of how individual characteristics influence news habits, the roles of personality and cognitive processing remain largely unexplored for online news engagement. The growing concern that filtration of online information can narrow the scope of accessible news adds to the worries pertaining to readily available tools for distributing targeted messages down to the individual level

Introduction Who we are, how we behave in different life situations frequently determines our path to success or failure. Personality traits, especially in sport are modulatory factors of athlete’s behavior – his/her conscientiousness, the will to achieve an aim, perseverance and motivation of activity. The personality is determined by both the environmental and genetic factors, and these factors in different proportions explain athletic behavior. Variables such as age, gender, race and the culture of the examined individual, do not influence essential

References 1. Asakawa K. (2004) Flow experience and autotelic personality in Japanese college students: How do they experience challenges in daily life? J. Happiness Stud ., 5: 123-154. 2. Costa P., McCrae R. (1992) Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO-PI-R) and Fife-Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) professional manual. Odessa, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources. 3. Crant J.M. (2000) Proactive Behavior in Organizations, J. Manage. , 23: 3. 4. Csikszentmihalyi M. (1990) Flow. The Psychology of Optimal Experience. Harper Colklins. 5. Fournier J. (2007) French

References 1.Bańka, A. (1994). Zawodoznawstwo, doradztwo zawodowe, pośrednictwo pracy. Psychologiczne metody i strategie pomocy bezrobotnym [Science of occupations, occupational counselling, labour exchange. Psychological methods and strategies of helping the unemployed]. Poznań : Wydaw. Print-B, p. 288 (in Polish). 2.Hall, C.S., Campbell, John B., Lindzey, G. (1966). Teorie osobowości [Theories of personality], Warszawa : Wydawnictwo Szkolne PWN, p. 688 (in Polish). 3.Mazur, M. (1996). Cybernetyczna teoria układów samodzielnych [Cybernetic theory of independent

Symposium on Cultural Intelligence in the 21-Century, New Orleans, LA. Ang, S., Van Dyne, L. and Koh, C. (2006). “Personality Correlates of the Four-Factor Model of Cultural Intelligence”. Group Organization Management . 2006. 31; 100. Ang, S. and Van Dyne, L. (2008). Handbook of Cultural Intelligence, 1st ed. M.E. Sharpe. Ang S. and Van Dyne, L. (2008). Conceptualization of cultural intelligence . Ang and Van Dyne (Eds.), Handbook of Cultural Intelligence: Theory, Measurement, and Applications , London: M.E. Sharpe, 3-15. Barrick, M. R. and Mount, M. K. (1991). “The