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Which personality traits relate to prosocial values?

Which personality traits are strong in people with values such as: kindness humility sympathy empathy abnegation church-professed values solidarity love for others forgiving the other defending ...
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Sense of time: Evaluation and correlation with psychological traits and states

Some of us are often in hurry and always late. Some make mistakes while evaluating time-needs for tasks. How is our sense of time connected with our personality? Is it more correlated with the process ...
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Women in red-lipstick/darker shades?

Can an observer of women in red lipstick or more darker shades interpret anything related to their psychology?
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Which is more likely to cause a person to devalue some other person?

Scenario: Mary and John are in a relationship. Elen is Mary's best friend. What will make Mary devalue Elen more? Hearing that Elen likes John (romantically) or hearing that John likes Elen? Let's ...
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What makes some people politically liberal and conservative about military drones?

Why do some people oppose military drone (e.g., unmanned aerial vehicle) activity while others support it? [Influences on military and political attitudes may also be of general interest. - Edit.]
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Is there a formal name for the “love” of arguing?

Most of people drop discussion easily. Some others don't. As if they would like to argue. They feel that they have to demonstrate something. Is there a formal trait to describe people who enjoy ...
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Why do many psychological tests have items with only two response options which may both be true? [duplicate]

I was looking at this test, where you have to choose the one of two statements that best describes how you feel: http://www.psych.uncc.edu/pagoolka/LC.html Most of the time both statements are ...
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Crossing the leg, what does it mean?

I have seen some ladies who had presented their presention, they often cross their leg (Please take a look at the picture). My question is: What personality does it say? What kind of feeling ...
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Which is the scientific name of stubbornness?

Some people are stubborn, with strong, absolute beliefs, and it's really hard to change the ideas. They tend to see just the evidence that confirms their ideas. What is the scientific name of this ...
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What is the difference between the MMPI and the Myers–Briggs Type Inventory?

Can you briefly explain in a non-technical way which are the main differences between the Myers–Briggs Type Inventory and the MMPI test?
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What is the personality of a woman who will kill for her freedom?

The scenario: A woman has been abducted. She is treated well and not abused. There is no immediate threat to her life, but the uncertainty of what awaits her. Suddenly there is a chance to kill her ...
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Introvert's Ability in Reflection [on hold]

I don't know If my statement is correct but I will give a try. If you have a personality that is social introvert, is it true that a introvert personality has a disadvantage to reflect when you ...
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How to understand the other human being mentality, and also how to put an image/opinion of yourself on others? [closed]

I am looking for a practical science, psychology, where I can understand how human behaves. For example, how my colleagues will behave on a particular action done by me. I will quote an example here - ...