[ UK /njuːɹˈɒtɪsˌɪzəm/ ]
  1. a mental or personality disturbance not attributable to any known neurological or organic dysfunction
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How To Use neuroticism In A Sentence

  • Using self-report questionnaires, Brough examines work hassles, work-family conflict, neuroticism, job satisfaction and work-related psychological well-being.
  • Subjects with greater imbalance of muscle stiffness such as latissimus dorsi or trapezius had significantly higher neuroticism and psychoticism scores than did those with lower imbalance.
  • Our previous research on physical risk-taking refutes such an explanation; it suggests that risk-takers do not expressly exhibit traits of neuroticism or anxiety.
  • The study of people who took GlaxoSmithKline's Paxil, known generically as paroxetine, suggests the drug may treat factors such as neuroticism that make a person more likely to be depressed in the first place. China Post Online - Taiwan , News , Taiwan newspaper
  • Objective : To investigate relationships among Cognitive performance, cognitive styles and Neuroticism.
  • Even so, she suffers simultaneously from that perennial thespian complaint of neuroticism fuelled by depressing self-doubt.
  • This is natural, of course; the tendency to romanticize relationships, the fear of being alone trumping truthful remembrances of paranoia and neuroticism, is one of the cuter things humans do.
  • Scores from three to five were taken as a sign of neuroticism. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is also apparent that levels of neuroticism directly influence psychological well-being.
  • The research found that high levels of "extroversion", "agreeableness" and "neuroticism" accelerated the desire of a woman to have a child. Personality types affect women's approach to childbirth - study
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