“The results of this study are very revealing. In terms of helping behavior, the results were very revealing.
In particular, people with High Neuroticism and High Conscientiousness are less likely to engage in helping behavior. The researchers concluded that this was likely because people with these personalities tend to be more risk-averse and tend to be much less likely to engage in helping behavior.
It’s interesting to note that High Neuroticism was found to be a good predictor of helping behavior, but High Conscientiousness was not. It could be that both High Neuroticism and High Conscientiousness can lead to helping behavior, but High Neuroticism is a stronger predictor.
What these results don’t establish is why anyone would choose to become High Neuroticism or High Conscientiousness. Is it because they are less likely to engage in helping behavior? Or is it because they are more likely to engage in other harmful behaviors? For instance, people who are High Conscientious but not High Neuroticism tend to be more likely to be reckless and angry.
The results of this study were interesting. High Neuroticism was associated with helping behavior, but this was not due to the fact they are more likely to engage in other harmful behaviors. Instead, High Neuroticism was associated with engaging in helping behavior because they tend to be less likely to engage in other risky behaviors. That said, High Neuroticism, not High Conscientiousness, is a strong predictor of helping behavior.
In other words, High Conscientiousness is a pretty good predictor of helping behavior. But High Conscientiousness is not nearly as good as High Neuroticism in predicting helping behavior. This suggests that there is a lot more to the topic than just the personality traits.
High Neuroticism does not seem to be a strong predictor of helping behavior.
And that’s bad news for those who think that if you’re high on Neuroticism, you should be high on helping behavior. High Neuroticism is a trait that doesn’t promote helping behavior, but it does promote impulsiveness and risk-taking. This can be seen in a recent study that found that the more Neuroticism you have, the more impulsivity you can get, and the more risky behavior you are prone to.
I suspect that High Neuroticism is not a good predictor of helping behavior, since many people with high Neuroticism have low helping behavior. This is supported by a recent study that found that the higher the Neuroticism a person has, the less help he is likely to give. This is a phenomenon called “self-regarding optimism,” and it can be seen in many people, especially in the beginning stages of learning new things.
Self-regarding optimism leads to a lot of people having impulsive behaviors, since they’re motivated to do things they think will help them in the long run. So it’s not so much that Impulsivity is bad or bad for helping behavior. It’s that Impulsivity is bad for the person who is motivated to do things that are in the long run self-regarding.