This paper represents the most important findings of a pilot study examining relationships among prosocial tendencies, empathy, and five personality dimensions on a sample of 137 female university students of social work and pedagogy. The findings of this study validate the existence of a compelling relationship among prosocial tendencies, empathy, and personality dimensions in relation to openness to experience and sociability.
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