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Intra-Individual Change in Personality Stability and Age
Hierarchical Linear Modeling Analyses of the NEO-PI-R Scales in the Baltimore          Longitudinal Study of Aging
Individual Difference Variables, Affective Differentiation, and the Structures of          Affect
Variants of the Serotonin Transporter Gene and NEO-PI-R Neuroticism
Validity and Structure of Culture-Level Personality Scores
Plasma BDNF Concentration, Val66Met Genetic Variant and Depression-Related Personality          Traits
Smoking and the Five-Factor Model of Personality
Sex-Specific Correlates of Walking Speed in a Wide Age-Ranged Population
Personality Typology in Relation to Muscle Strength
Five-Factor Personality Traits and Age Trajectories of Self-Rated Health
Five-Factor Model Personality Traits and the Retirement Transition
Five-Factor Model Personality Profiles of Drug Users
Alternative to the Search for Single Polymorphisms
Associations Between Personality Traits, Physical Activity Level, and Muscle          Strength
Personality, Metabolic Rate and Aerobic Capacity
personality domains and styles of the five-factor model are related to incident          depression in Medicare recipients aged 65 to 100
Teeth Grinding
Italian Version of the NEO PI-R
Personality Predictors of Longevity
Meta-Analysis of Genome-Wide Association Studies for Personality
Personality Traits and Sex Differences in Emotion Recognition Among African Americans          and Caucasians
Longitudinal Trajectories in Guilford-Zimmerman Temperament Survey Data
Cholesterol, Triglycerides, and the Five-Factor Model of Personality
Personality and Obesity Across the Adult Life Span
Personality and Metabolic Syndrome
Personality and Career Success
Reciprocal Influences of Personality and Job Characteristics Across Middle          Adulthood
Facets of Personality Linked to Underweight and Overweight
High Neuroticism and Low Conscientiousness Are Associated with Interleukin-6