Journal title RISORSA UOMO
Author/s Letizia Palazzeschi, a cura di
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2008/1
Language Italian Pages 2 P. 127-128 File size 9 KB
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The study aims at comparing three groups: 101 emergency health workers, 260 volunteers, and 827 subjects belonging to a normative sample not involved in prolonged helping activities. Participants filled out self-report questionnaires aimed to measure personality traits, values, and motives. Results showed interesting differences: health workers and volunteers reported higher friendliness and emotional stability than the normative sample; they also gave higher priority to self-transcendence values. Health workers reported high conscientiousness and openness to novelty and new experiences, whereas volunteers gave lower priority to personal success and power than the other two groups.

Letizia Palazzeschi, a cura di, Notiziario in "RISORSA UOMO " 1/2008, pp 127-128, DOI: