The Big Five Personality Traits:
Extraversion: reflects how much you are oriented towards things outside yourself and derive satisfaction from interacting with other people. High scorers are said to be “extroverts” while low scorers are said to be “introverts. Introverts will tend to become tired out by socialization, while Extroverts will be energized by it.
Agreeableness: Agreeableness reflects how much you like and try please others. People who score high on this dimension tend to believe that most people are honest, decent, and trustworthy.
Conscientiousness: Conscientiousness reflects how careful and orderly an individual is. Individuals high in this trait are generally hard working and reliable.
Emotional Stability: Individuals low in this trait tend to experience emotional instability, anxiety, moodiness, irritability, and sadness.
Openness: Openness reflects how much you seek out new experiences. Individuals high in this trait tend to have a broad range of interests.
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