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Stability

The relative steadiness or safety of a security or fund compared to the market as a whole. For example, money market funds and other short-term investments offer more stability than funds that invest in growth stocks.

Stability

The state of a security maintaining a constant or near constant price. Short-term securities tend to be more stable than long-term securities, but this is not always the case.
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The result for emotional stability was nonsignificant, F(1, 95) = 2.78, p = .099; [[eta].sup.2] = .03.
Emotional stability, Perry explained, "Captures how even-keeled someone is or, on the opposite end, how malleable their emotions are.
The conclusion, authors say, is that the study clearly shows that low social maturity, low mental energy, and emotional stability are associated with nonaffective psychotic illnesses in general; however, those who developed bipolar disorder were found to have different patterns of the three key personality traits.
Page, Bruch and Haase (2008) found that both Emotional Stability and Conscientiousness uniquely predicted career commitment/decidedness.
Extraversion, agreeableness, and emotional stability are the core elements of personality that signal the value of social bonds with others and affect the nature and development of social relationships (Barrick, Stewart, Neubert, and Mount, 1998; Kalish and Robins, 2006; van Vianen and De Dreu, 2001).
There is measured effectiveness of the Forest Taegyo Program, with results demonstrating that the program had a positive effect on pregnant women's emotional stability and maternal identity (Kim, Lim, Choi, Kim, & Park, 2012; Park, Lim, Kwon, Lee, & Kim, 2011).
In Table 1, we can see that the model, made up of the predictor variables perfectionism, absorption, satisfaction with life, self-efficacy, emotional stability, dedication, growth and nutrition, accounts for 19.7% of the variance of the criterion variable, whereas the variable perfectionism, with 9.5% of the variance, is the highest predictor.
The 16 Personality Factors listed by Cattell3 (in the questionnaire 16 PF) are warmth, reasoning, emotional stability, dominance, liveliness, conscientious, social boldness, sensitivity, vigilance, abstractedness, privateness, apprehension, openness to change, self-reliance, perfectionism and tension.
One study on this issue shows the some form of association between the emotional stability and social adjustment.[4] The earlier study probed into seven different aspects.
Finally, the hypothesized interaction of gender and emotional stability was added in Model 3.
"A holistic approach is the best option in her case which includes family bonding, emotional stability and spiritual upliftment which cannot be attained in her present status."
"At the same time, narcissism Is shown to boost self-esteem, emotional stability, and the tendency to emerge as a leader.