Front Psychol 2020 8;11:573689. Epub 2021 Jan 8.
Institute of Psychology, University of Wrocław, Wrocław, Poland.
Self-esteem, self-monitoring, and temperamental traits are important factors that influence human behavior. The purpose of the present study was to compare groups involved in humanitarian ( = 61), political ( = 68), and religious ( = 54) activities in terms of intergroup differences in self-esteem, self-monitoring, and temperamental traits. There are two research questions that we sought to address: "What are the relationships between self-esteem, self-monitoring, and temperamental traits among those involved in social, religious, and humanitarian aid activities?" and "Do temperamental traits affect self-esteem and self-monitoring among volunteers?" The study was conducted in Poland among adults aged 18 years and older, during meetings of six selected non-profit organizations, consisting of two organizations each in the humanitarian, political, and religious areas. Read More