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Satisfaction and stability in romantic relationships in the context of Big Five personality model.
Milerová, Veronika ; Kalousová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Matušková, Michaela (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on satisfaction in romantic relationships in relation to personality traits. The goal of this work is to map the connection between specific personality traits and the degree of satisfaction of individuals who are currently in a romantic relationship. The theoretical part of the thesis focuses on the definition of terms such as satisfaction, romantic partnership, marriage and marginally mentions the variables that affect satisfaction in a partnership. Further, the theoretical part includes an introduction to the methods of measuring personality traits BIG FIVE (NEO-FFI). The empirical part of this thesis describes quantitative research conducted to find out how the individual factors of BIG FIVE influence the level of satisfaction in a romantic relationship. This satisfaction was measured using the CSI (32) method. The research involved 154 respondents ages 18 and over who were in a relationship at the time of the measurement. The results showed a positive correlation between Extraversion and satisfaction and Conscientiousness and satisfaction. There wasn't a statistically significant relationship between the factors of Neuroticism and Agreeableness towards satisfaction. Based on literature, the factor of Openness to new experiences was not examined.

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