Yang, F., Hagiwara, C., Kotani, T., Hirao, J., & Oshio, A. (2023).

Yang, F.(楊帆), Hagiwara, C.(萩原千晶), Kotani, T., Hirao, J., & Oshio, A(小塩真司).(2023).
Comparing self-esteem and self-compassion: An analysis within the Big Five personality traits framework.
Frontiers in Psychology, 14, 1302197.

Self-esteem and self-compassion are two ways to relate to oneself. However, little is known about the similarities and differences between these two constructs. The current study used cross-sectional data from a Japanese sample to explore their relationship from a Big Five perspective. Results showed that differences between self-esteem and self-compassion appeared mainly in openness, agreeableness, and neuroticism. Specifically, self-esteem was uniquely associated with openness, and self-compassion was uniquely associated with agreeableness. Moreover, the negative correlation between self-compassion and neuroticism was larger than that between self-esteem and neuroticism. Implications and future directions are discussed.

自己に関する概念である自尊感情とセルフ・コンパッションについてはこれまで,その違いが明らかになっていない。本研究では全般的なパーソナリティ特性を測定できるBig Five尺度との関連について偏相関分析を行うことを通して,自尊感情とセルフ・コンパッションの違いを検討した。