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The Relationship Between Virtues and Personality Traits of Chinese College Students

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Many researchers agree that virtue is an important psychological concept in contemporary psychology. The main purpose in this study was to investigate the relationship between virtues and the personality traits of college students in mainland China. Participants (N = 426) completed the Chinese Virtue Adjectives Rating Scale (CVARS; Mu, 2007) and the Chinese 16PF (Zhu & Dai, 1988). The results indicated that the 16 personality factors most closely related to the virtue factors were emotional stability, dominance, liveliness, rule-consciousness, social boldness, sensitivity, vigilance, abstractedness, apprehension, self-reliance, perfectionism, and tension. Second-order factors of the 16PF most strongly related to the virtue factors were anxiety, extraversion, tough-mindedness, and independence.
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Keywords: CHINESE COLLEGE STUDENTS; PERSONALITY TRAITS; SIXTEEN PERSONALITY FACTOR QUESTIONNAIRE; VIRTUE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2011-11-01

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