|Appears in Collections:||Management, Work and Organisation Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Personality predictors of levels of forgiveness two and a half years after the transgression|
Wood, Alex M
Kon, Tabatha W H
Linley, P Alex
|Citation:||Maltby J, Wood AM, Day L, Kon TWH, Colley A & Linley PA (2008) Personality predictors of levels of forgiveness two and a half years after the transgression, Journal of Research in Personality, 42 (4), pp. 1088-1094.|
|Abstract:||The aim of the present study was to explore whether the domains and facets of the five-factor model of personality predicted motivational states for avoidance and revenge following a transgression at a second temporal point distant from the original transgression. A sample of 438 university students, who reported experiencing a serious transgression against them, completed measures of avoidance and revenge motivations around the transgression and five-factor personality domains and facets at time 1, and measures of avoidance and revenge motivations two and a half years later. The findings suggest that neuroticism, and specifically anger hostility, predicts revenge and avoidance motivations two and a half years later. Findings are discussed within McCullough's three systems of interpersonal forgiveness.|
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