The study was conducted by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology.
Conducted at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, a research team there gathered more than 600 participants for their study.
According to MSU researchers, the majority of the soldiers examined exhibited highly stable character strengths considered to be part of a resilient class.
In their new study, appearing in the Journal of Personality, researchers affirm that the global population share more in common than originally theorized.
Extreme protest actions that may apply pressure to institutions and raise awareness, could also undermine public support, a recent study suggests.
The new findings were included in the peer-reviewed journal Social Psychological and Personality Science.