Correlative Study Between the Personality Factors and Pain Perception at Young Students at Psychology☆
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AbstractPresent research tries to prove the existence of significant correlations between personality traits and pain perception, taking as research group students in psychology, ages between 19 and 23, from University of Bucharest. The testing instruments employed were: Hexaco-PI-R (Kibeom Lee & Michael C. Ashton) and Pain Perception Questionnaire (Vienna Tests System, 2012). The results provided only few correlations between Cognitive Control Diligence, Modesty and Anxiety. Hence, pain perception is not related with personality traits at young students in psychology, conclusion which is very important for practicing their profession.

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