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Table 4 The Correlation of Personality Traits and Family functions with general self-efficacy and Standardized Regression Coefficients for prediction general self-efficacy in Separate Age Groups in the Second Study

From: The relationship between family function and personality traits with general self-efficacy (parallel samples studies)

Age lower30 (n = 445) 30–50 (n = 489) More 50 (n = 66) Total
Neuroticism r − 0.36b − 0.38b − 0.34b − 0.36b
β −0.04 −0.21b 0.03
Extroversion r 0.49b 0.33b 0.12 0.41b
β 0.14a 0.09
Conscientiousness r 0.57b 0.45b 0.34b 0.49b
β 0.32b 0.39b 0.17
Agreeableness r 0.21b 0.10a 0.41b 0.19b
β −0.03 0.20b 0.44a
Openness to Experience r 0.04 0.08 0.34b 0.08
β 0.13
Problem Solving r − 0.40b − 0.18a − 0.22b −0.29b
β − 0.14a −0.02 −0.05
Communication r − 0.51b − 0.30b −0.32b −0.38b
β − 0.26b − 0.12 −0.05
Roles r − 0.39b − 0.20b − 0.20 − 0.28b
β 0.04 −0.07
Affective Response r −0.43b − 0.20b −0.55b −0.33b
β 0.09 − 0.17b −0.42b
Affective Involvement r − 0.38b − 0.26b −0.09 −0.31b
β −0.21b 0.21b
Behavior Control r −0.36b − 0.25b −0.08 −0.30b
β −0.07 −0.08
General Functioning r −0.57b − 0.27b −0.07 −0.44b
β −0.34b −0.07
  1. a. Significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed)
  2. b. Significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed)