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A subscription may be required. Puchalska-Wasyl MM 1. Affiliations 1 author 1. Share this article Share with email Share with twitter Share with linkedin Share with facebook. It was also established that internal dialogs vary in the intensity of these functions.
The presented research aimed to test if there are configurations of personality variables that allow us to predict specific patterns of functions performed by internal dialogs.
Canonical correlation analysis revealed that the higher the intensity of neuroticism and anxious attachment and the lower the intensity of openness and the tendency to spontaneously adopt the viewpoints of others, the more strongly a person's internal dialogs perform the Substitution function and the weaker the Insight and Support functions are.
The reverse configuration of personality characteristics intensifies Insight and Support and minimized Substitution. The results are presented in the context of the status of dialogicality and discussed in the light of other studies on internal dialogs. Title not supplied Assagioli. Relational schemas and the processing of social information Baldwin Psychological Bulletin.
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The functions of internal dialogs and their connection with personality.
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This article contains the main assumptions of the social-cognitive model of identity construction by M. The results obtained showed the adaptation to have similar properties to its original. Intercorrelations between ISI-5 scales were also similar to those provided by Berzonsky et al. Berzonsky M. Revised Version. Journal of Research in Personality , 28, —