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博碩士論文 etd-0506122-133414 詳細資訊
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論文名稱
Title
人格特質、調整自我呈現的能力、對他人表達行為的敏感性與興趣穩定性間關係之研究
A Study of Relationships among Personality Traits, Ability to Modify Self-presentation, Sensitivity to Expressive Behavior of Others, and Consistency of Interest
系所名稱
Department
畢業學年期
Year, semester
語文別
Language
學位類別
Degree
頁數
Number of pages
67
研究生
Author
指導教授
Advisor
召集委員
Convenor
口試委員
Advisory Committee
口試日期
Date of Exam
2022-05-27
繳交日期
Date of Submission
2022-06-06
關鍵字
Keywords
興趣穩定性、性格、五大人格、調整自我呈現的能力、對他人表達行為的敏感性、泰國員工
Consistency of Interest, Personality, Big-five personality traits, Ability to modify self-presentation, Sensitivity to expressive behavior of others, Thai employees
統計
Statistics
本論文已被瀏覽 233 次,被下載 126
The thesis/dissertation has been browsed 233 times, has been downloaded 126 times.
中文摘要
中文摘要
「興趣穩定性」是描述個人對長期目標保持毅力與熱情的特質,這是人格心理學當中近期被發現與個人成就相關的研究。然而,僅有少數研究討論其與不同性格在不同情境底下的互動。本研究旨在探討「興趣穩定性」與五大性格特質、「調整自我呈現的能力」、「對他人表達行為的敏感性」彼此之間的關係。本論文欲探究兩個研究問題:(一)人格特質如何影響對事物的熱忱?(二)「調整自我呈現的能力」以及「對他人表達行為的敏感性」如何影響「興趣穩定性」?為了驗證假設,共寄出261份線上問卷請泰國全職員工填答,並將所蒐集到的資料利用SPSS的偏最小平方法的結構方程模型(PLS-SEM)進行分析。根據所回收的150份問卷結果顯示,盡責性與「興趣穩定性」呈現正相關,神經質與「對他人表達行為的敏感性」呈現負相關。此外,親和性與「對他人表達行為的敏感性」呈現正相關。本研究最終討論人格心理學與動機理論的未來研究方向。
Abstract
Abstract
The most recent discoveries in developmental psychology regarding the personal achievement is the new construct of consistency of interest. Little studies have been investigated its relevance with personality in different situations. The relationship between the consistency of interest among the Big Five personality traits, the ability to modify self-presentation, and sensitivity to the expressive behavior of others is being investigated. This research examined two research questions: (1) how human personality influences passion; and (2) how the ability to modify self-presentation and sensitivity to the expressive behavior of others affect the consistency of interest. An online survey was given to 261 Thai full-time employees in Thailand to test the hypothesis. The PLS-SEM analysis was used to examine the responses, which were supported by the SPSS28 program. According to the findings of 150 participants, conscientiousness has a positive effect on the consistency of interest, whilst neuroticism and sensitivity to expressive behavior of others have a negative effect. Besides, agreeableness has a positive effect on sensitivity to expressive behavior of others. According to the study, specific results and recommendations for further research will be given as references.
目次 Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Thesis validation letter…………….……………………………………………….…………..…i
Abstract (Chinese)…………………………………………………………………….………….ii
Abstract (English)……………………………………………………………….………………iii
Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION.........................................................................................................1
Chapter 2. LITERATURE REVIEW..............................................................................................4
Section 2.1 Consistency of Interest (CI)…………….......................................................4
Section 2.2 Personality Traits………………………........................................................5
Section 2.3 Ability to modify self-presentation (AMS), and Sensitivity to expressive behavior of others (SEN)……….………………...........................................................................6
Section 2.4 Mediating of Personality Traits-Ability to modify self-presentation (AMS), and Sensitivity to expressive behavior of others (SEN)………….................................................7
CHAPTER 3. RESEARCH METHOD........................................................................................13
Section 3.1 Research design……………………………………………………………15
Section 3.3 Data analysis……………….………………………………………………19
Chapter 4. DATA ANALYSIS AND RESULTS………………………………………….……24
Section 4.1 Descriptions of respondents’ profile ……………………………...………24
Section 4.2 Measurement model evaluation……………………………………………27
Section 4.3 Structural model evaluation….…………………….………………………33
Section 4.4 Hypothesis Testing……….….…………………….………………………37
Chapter 5. CONCLUSION……….….…………………………...…….……………….………42
Section 5.1 Findings ……………………………………………...……………………43
Section 5.2 Contribution …………………………………………………….…………44
Section 5.3 Limitation …………………………………………………………………46
References………………...……….….………………………….....….………….……………48
Appendix.………………...…….….…………………………...…….…………….…………...57
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