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Relations of basic and dark personality traits to prosocial behavior: exploring gender differences / Anja Wertag, Denis Bratko, Maja Ribar.

By: Wertag, Anja.
Contributor(s): Bratko, Denis [aut] | Ribar, Maja [aut].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleDescription: 351-351.Other title: Relations of basic and dark personality traits to prosocial behavior: Exploring gender differences [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.06 | prosocial behavior ; basic personality traits ; Dark Triad ; gender differences | prosocial behavior ; basic personality traits ; Dark Triad ; gender differences In: 19th European conference on Personality str. 351-351Abstract: The aim of this study was to investigate personality traits associated with different forms of prosocial behavior, and whether there are gender differences in these relations. Data were collected on-line on a total of 1061 participants (80% female ; Mage=24, SD=6.42), using Prosocial Tendencies Measure (assessing 6 types of prosocial behaviors: altruistic, compliant, emotional, dire, public, and anonymous), Ten Item Personality Measure, and Short Dark Triad. Results of regression analyses indicated that the basic personality traits were related to prosocial behavior more in females than in males. Moreover, only the dark traits negatively predicted altruistic prosocial behavior in both males and females. Generally, results showed some interesting patterns, highlighting gender differences in relations of personality traits and prosocial behavior.
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The aim of this study was to investigate personality traits associated with different forms of prosocial behavior, and whether there are gender differences in these relations. Data were collected on-line on a total of 1061 participants (80% female ; Mage=24, SD=6.42), using Prosocial Tendencies Measure (assessing 6 types of prosocial behaviors: altruistic, compliant, emotional, dire, public, and anonymous), Ten Item Personality Measure, and Short Dark Triad. Results of regression analyses indicated that the basic personality traits were related to prosocial behavior more in females than in males. Moreover, only the dark traits negatively predicted altruistic prosocial behavior in both males and females. Generally, results showed some interesting patterns, highlighting gender differences in relations of personality traits and prosocial behavior.

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