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    Title: 由多面向觀點探討理性思考與感性人格的關係
    A Study on The Relationship of Rational Thinking And Affective Personality Traits: From A Multidimensional Perspective
    Authors: 汪慧瑜
    Wang, Hui Yu
    Contributors: 詹志禹
    Jason Chan, C.
    Wang, Hui Yu
    Keywords: 多面向
    Rational thinking
    Affective personality traits
    critical thinking
    Date: 1995
    Issue Date: 2016-04-28 15:26:39 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   本研究視理性思考與感性人格特質為多面向的結構,探討理性思考與感性人格特質各面向間的關係,並研究個人的性別、學科背景是否與其理性思考及感性人格特質有關。
      The objectives of this study were to explore the relationship of rational thinking, consisted of critical thinking dimension and creative thinking dimension, and affective personality traits, consisted of four positive dimensions and one negative dimension, from a multidimensional perspective, and to examine if one's sex and major would have influence on his/her rational thinking and affective personality traits. Tests were administered to 386 college students, evaluating their levels of critical thinking, creative thinking, interpersonal sensitivity, aesthetic orientation, emotioanl expressivity, empathy and emotionality. Findings suggest that: (1) Subjects scoring high on Rational thinking have significant high scores in positive dimensions of affective personality traits, but it seems that rational thinking is not related to the negative dimension of affective personality traits. (2) There is no significant sex difference in rational thinking, meanwhile in affective personality traits, female score obviously higher in aesthetic orientation, empathy, and emotionality, and there is no significant sex difference in emotional expressivity, but male score higher in interpersonal sensitivity. (3) Students in different majors don't have significant differences in their critical thinking, creative thinking, and rational thinking abilities, but students majoring art and literature surely score higher in emotionality and aesthetic orientation dimensions than students majoring nature science or other subjects.
    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#B2002002778
    Data Type: thesis
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