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Record identifier : 568233
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Korotkov, David
Title and statement of responsibility : Evaluating the causal primacy of the Five-Factor Model of personality in relation to health status, physician utilization, restriction of activities, health behaviours, and negative life events [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada, 2000
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada
Summary or Abstract : Two questions were posed in this dissertation: first, to what extent is the Five-Factor Model of Personality related to health status, illness behaviour, and sick-role behaviour? And second, how are the five factors connected to these variables, through stress moderation, mediation, both moderation and mediation, or neither? To answer these questions, eight non-process and process models were developed. For each of the four non-process models, two of the models included statistical controls and personality by personality interaction terms. The process or path models were similarly constructed: two models were constructed with controls and personality by life stress product-terms while the remaining two omitted the latter variables. Questionnaire data were gathered from 706 adults (Mean Age = 37 years) in a two-wave prospective study. The participants were administered a 79-item trait adjective checklist to measure the five factors, a measure of negative life stress, the Alameda Country Health Practices Index, a demographics questionnaire, and 10 measures of health status, illness behaviour, and sick-role behaviour. Principle Components Analyses at waves one and two reduced the health and health-related measures to three interpretable components: General Health, Physician Utilization, and Restriction of Activities. Multiple regression and observed variable path analyses (i.e., structural equation modelling: EQS) were used to analyze the models..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Social psychology, Public health, Behaviorial sciences, Personality
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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