Low Honesty-Humility Leads to Greater Loneliness and Wellbeing Only for Low Self-Monitors
People low in Honesty-Humility experience greater loneliness and lower wellbeing but this is only specific to low self-monitors. People high in Honesty-Humility do not differ in levels of loneliness and wellbeing for low and high self-monitors.
Personality and Social Contexts | Social Psychology
Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, 26th, 22-25 May 2014
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LEE, Huey Woon and TOV, William, "Low Honesty-Humility Leads to Greater Loneliness and Wellbeing Only for Low Self-Monitors" (2014). Research Collection School of Social Sciences. Paper 1666.
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