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Swedish Clergy’s Resilience in Relation to their Affectivity, Regulatory Mode, and Character

Authors Danilo Garcia
Published in 32nd Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention. Chicago, Illinois, USA
Publication year 2020
Published at Department of Psychology
Language en
Keywords Affect, Character, Clergy, Personality, Regulatory Mode, Resilience
Subject categories Psychology


Our tendency to different emotional experiences (i.e., affectivity), choice of action (i.e., regulatory mode), and self-awareness (i.e., character) allows us to be resilient in adverse circumstances, such as, emotional labor. Indeed, Swedish clergy’s resilience was related (R2 = .53) to their positive and negative affect, locomotion, and self-directedness.

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