MINDFULNESS AND THE FIFTH FACTOR OF PERSONALITY TRAITS AS PREDICTORS OF HUMOUR
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The study aims to determine if mindfulness and the Fifth Factor of personality traits significantly predict humour styles. The participants of the study were a total of 502 undergraduate students, 300 (59.8%) female and 202 (40.2%) male. Humour Styles Questionnaire (HSQ), Adjective Based Personality Test (ABPT) and The Mindful Attention Awareness Scale (MAAS) were used in order to collect the data of the study. Pearson’s Product Moments correlation technique and multiple regression analysis were employed for the statistical analysis. The findings of the study show that mindfulness and the Fifth Factor of personality traits significantly predict the sub-dimensions of humour styles.
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