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realo

(reɪˈɑːləʊ)
n, pl -los
a member of the German Green Party who has moderate views
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Schmitt, David, Realo, Voracek, &Ture, (2008) corroborated the findings of the present investigation that girls have more agreeableness (forgiving attitudes, belief in cooperation and conscientiousness, leadership skills, long-term plans & organized support network).
There have been studies that found a high level of self-esteem for youths (Huang, 2010; Pullman, Allik & Realo, 2009; Srivastava, & Agarwal, 2013).
According to the findings of previous research (Dolan, Peasgood & White, 2008; Realo & Dobewall, 2011), the better one's education is, the happier one will be.
In general, individual rights, achievement, and recognition are highly valued in an individualist culture (such as those typically found in the countries of North America and Northwestern Europe), whereas harmony and cooperation within the family, organization, and community are central in collectivist cultures (Gelfand & Realo, 1999).
Koots, Realo e Allik (2011) explanam a existencia do senso comum de que comportamento humano e dependente do clima local.
Nele, as diferencas individuais mais importantes podem ser organizadas em cinco grandes dominios, responsaveis pela maior parte da variacao da personalidade humana (Digman, 1997; Dobewall, Aavik, Konstabel, Schwartz & Realo, 2014; Roivainen, 2015; Soto & John, 2009a).
Esta concepcion desmiente en parte la que defendian algunos estudios de finales de la decada de los noventa, que afirmaban que la inteligencia predecia el aprovechamiento academico mejor que la personalidad (por ejemplo Sternberg y Kaufman, 1998), o que la personalidad no era un factor determinante en los contextos educacionales (Allik y Realo, 1997).
Kalmus, Realo, and Siibak (2011) conducted a study to investigate how personality traits and socio-demographic factors affect motives for Internet use.
One hypothesis is that Russian individuals may score differently from both individuals with Western (more individualistic) and Eastern (more collectivistic) cultural background (Shlapentokh, 2007; Realo & Allik, 1999; Frolov, 2001; Martynenko, 2001).