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      Personality and the prediction of consequential outcomes.

      Annual review of psychology

      Spirituality, Self Concept, Politics, Personality, Love, Longevity, Interpersonal Relations, Humans, Health Status, Happiness, psychology, Crime, Career Choice

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          Personality has consequences. Measures of personality have contemporaneous and predictive relations to a variety of important outcomes. Using the Big Five factors as heuristics for organizing the research literature, numerous consequential relations are identified. Personality dispositions are associated with happiness, physical and psychological health, spirituality, and identity at an individual level; associated with the quality of relationships with peers, family, and romantic others at an interpersonal level; and associated with occupational choice, satisfaction, and performance, as well as community involvement, criminal activity, and political ideology at a social institutional level.

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          10.1146/annurev.psych.57.102904.190127
          16318601

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