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., Hurt, S., Halmi, K. A. (1994): The tri-dimensional personality questionnaire: an exploration of personality traits in eating disorders. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 28: 413–423. Lacey, J. H., Smith, G. (1987): Bulimia

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95 120 Anderson, N. (1968): Likeableness ratings of 555 personality trait words. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 9, 272

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personality traits, fat free mass indices, and the muscle dysmorphia inventory. Journal of Sport Behavior, 30, 453–461. Waldron J. J. Relationships between specific personality traits, fat

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determinants of factor structures from personality-trait descriptors. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , 57 , 552–567. Goldberg L. R. Some determinants of factor structures from

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not predicted by personality traits? Studia Psychologica, 49 , 191—200. Hellman, Ch.M., Pittman, M.K., & Munoz, R.T. (2012). The first twenty years of the will and the ways: An examination of score reliability distribution

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including personality traits and suicide risk. Journal of Headache and Pain, 10 , 283–290. Rothrock, J., Lopez, I., Zweilfer, R., Andress-Rothrock, D., Drinkard, R., & Walters, N. (2007). Borderline personality disorder and

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. Guo , J. , Klevan , M. , & McAdams , D. P. ( 2016 ). Personality traits, ego development, and the redemptive self . Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin , 42 ( 11 ), 1551 – 1563

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. R. N. Landers J. W. Lounsbury 2006 An investigation of Big Five and narrow personality traits in relation to Internet usage

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Personality traits and fertility expectations as antecedents of childbearing motivations Demography 29 2 265 285 . M. F. A

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personality-trait words Journal of Social Psychology 125 459 465 . V. Burbank 1987

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