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The relationship between regulatory emotional self-efficacy, Big-Five personality and Internet events attitude

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4 Author(s)
Mi Shi ; Inst. of Psychol., Chinese Acad. of Sci., Beijing, China ; Xupei Li ; Tingshao Zhu ; Kan Shi

Internet is quickly becoming one of the most important parts in social life. As such people could pay more attention to the Internet events. However, it is not clear that which psychological factors influence Internet event attitudes. The present research was to investigate the mechanism of how Big-Five personality and regulatory emotional self-efficacy influence the attitude on Internet event. In the present study, 183 participants completed a series questionnaires posted online, and the questionnaire includes Big-Five Personality Scales, RESE Scales, Internet Event Attitude Scales. The result indicated that RESE and Big-Five personality contributed significantly to the attitude on Internet Event, in addition, RESE positively correlated to Big-Five personality.

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Web Society (SWS), 2010 IEEE 2nd Symposium on

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16-17 Aug. 2010