Participants completed the online experience. After agreeing to participate, six pairs of images were presented successively to the participants and invited to choose a favorite painting from each pair. Participants who were randomly assigned either to the self-relevant/sense condition or to the condition of self-relevance/meaningless. Those assigned to the self-relevant/sense condition when presented with the following text: For the purposes of this study, we developed four elements to measure the meaning of perception for The Choice of Painting (i.e., “My choices were meaningless,” “My choices were real,” “My choices were random,” “If I made up my mind again, I would choose the same images”). Participants indicated their consistency with each point on a 5-point scale. The responses were coded so that higher values reflected a greater perception of attention to elections. The main axis with promax rotation found all the elements loaded on a single factor that represented 43.36% of the variance (all factor charges ≥ .60). The answers were then expressed on average to calculate an overall subjective meaning (cronbach α .75). Frankl VE. The will to make sense: principles and application of logotherapy. New York: World Publishing; Bruner JS.
Acts of meaning. Cambridge: Harvard University Press; To have that will, I think it is useful to look at the five-factor model, which was originally developed in 1961, but was not really accepted until the 1980s. The chord is one of five personality traits used to describe human personality. Awareness of the five characteristics can help us prepare our approach to be enjoyable. For the first time, we have shown that there are two alternatives to determine which characteristics are perceived more consensual by judges. One of the usual ways is to calculate other correlations of the characteristic. Such analyses taught us that the more consensual perceived characteristics in one culture were also perceived more consensually in the other samples examined. For some reason, E3: Assertiveness, C2: Order and O2: Aesthetics in the four samples showed great self-harmony. Although the 30 personality traits studied were sufficiently agreeable, self-agreement for Dasself`s consciousness, openness to new ideas and rectitude were less. However, a review of characteristics that contributed more to individual profile correlations yielded the same pattern. With respect to the aggregation of consistency indices for all Dyades, it appeared that the differences in ranking were smaller for the characteristics on which a higher self-difference agreement was concluded. On the other hand, the consistency was relatively low (the grades were different) for persuasiveness, order and openness to aesthetics, on which the agreement of characteristics was more difficult to obtain.
Since we conceived self-deprecation as a combination of self-knowledge, identity and self-knowledge, we measured self-confidence as the function of participating scores on selfreflexion and insight ScaleNote 1  (Cronbachs α .87) and Sense of Self Scale  (Cronbachs α .88). Previous research has mimiced the structures of the initial factors of both measurements and shown that both scales have a strong internal consistency [z.B 19, 20]. Points were assessed in such a way that higher values represent a higher degree of self-reflection and discernment and greater self-awareness. The correlation analysis showed that the two measures were positive and significantly associated (r .32, p < .001). To reflect a score of self-knowledge of the overall properties, the two measures were then grouped with higher values, indicating a higher level of knowledge of the characteristics (Cronbach α`s .88 .88). Nevertheless, profile analysis has a clear advantage over the calculation of consistency within characteristics – that is, their statistical performance (Borkenau and Zaltauskas, 2009).