性格特性のBig Fiveと日常活動におけるプライベート空間の7機能 [in Japanese] The relationship between the big five personality traits and the seven functions of private space in daily activities [in Japanese]
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This study investigated the relationship between the five factor model of personality traits (Big Five) and the seven functions of private space (Tomari & Yoshida, 1998a) in daily activities. Two hundred and fifty-seven undergraduates completed a questionnaire concerning the big five, daily activity, and the functions of private space. The major findings were as follows: (1) those scoring highly on the agreeableness scale have less tension reduction and introspection through recreation by themselves; (2) those scoring highly on the extraversion and openness scales have more frank communication and greater opportunity for self-change through the time spent with friends. These results suggest that certain functions of private space are achieved by how individuals spend their time according to the big five personality traits.
- Japanese Journal of Social Psychology
Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 16(3), 147-158, 2001
The Japanese Society of Social Psychology