Week One Notes (test 2)
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Notes Exam Two 21915 I Some trait theorists are now suggesting if you do it right there is really a big six 0 When they are leaving out is 0 Finishing up the Big five I Openness to Experience O O The tendency to seek out or create new experiences perceptions and concepts I Explorer High Openness 0 1 Highly imaginative and creative 0 2 In any given situation able to envision new possibilities for what could be 3 Invites change in fact easily bored with things as they are 4 Broad intellectual curiosity Open to seeing even cherished truths and principles framed in a completely new way 5 May be viewed as impractical and having head in the clouds 6 Usually progressive in political orientation 0 e g wanting to try new restaurants and always getting something different 0 Only able to survive in careers with a lot of variety and novelty they need somewhere they can be creative 0 Want to make progress I PreserverLow openness I l Focused on the here and now highly practical I 2 Wants to conserve and preserve cherished institutions and practices I 3 Uncomfortable with change Finds beauty in ritual and reputation I 4 Prefers not to question existing views and beliefs I 5 May be viewed as narrow and dogmatic 0 e g going to the same few restaurant s and ordering the same thing 0 Want a job where they can find something they enjoy and get really good at it 0 Tend to be conservative I Facets Imagination Artistic Interests Emotionality Adventurousness Intellect Liberalism I 23 of population is in the middle of openness 16 is very high or very low I Men higher then woman 0 Agreeableness O The tendency to maintain a positive emotional tone in all interpersonal dealings I Accommodator High Agreeableness 0 1 Avoids con ict keeps opinion to self I 2 Always puts on a pleasant exterior I 3 Viewed as pleasant and likeable by nearly everyone 0 4 Tends to view others as honest and well intentioned Highly trusting but may be gullible 5 Prefers cooperation to competition natural team players 6 Often quite spiritual 0 When one becomes better in critical thinking they become less in agreeableness I Challenger Low Agreeableness 0 1 Comfortable with con ict and the expression of negative reactions toward others 2 Not at all concerned with how others view them 3 May be as tactless or aggressive 4 Highly skeptical and analytical Typically evaluate each statement for its logical consistency 5 Often competitive may be difficult to engage in team concept 0 Challengers are not necessarily all bad they are always the whistle blower the one to stand up if they see something wrong happening the accommodator plays the role as the team player most of the time I Woman higher than men on average people get more agreeable as they get older 0 Conscientiousness 0 The tendency to pursue goals in an organized methodical fashion I Organizer High Conscientiousness 0 1 Well organized and efficient in all they undertake 0 2 Prefer to plan ahead way ahead and uncomfortable when things deviate from the plan I 3 Highly reliable They always show up and show up on time I 4 Very outcome oriented they are often content with uninteresting tasks so long as they produce a valued result I Slacker Low Conscientiousness 0 1 Often disorganized prone to putting things off until the last possible moment 0 2 Highly spontaneous and exible and capable of adjusting the implementation of a play to account for unforeseen developments 0 3 Very processoriented they usually value the journey more than arriving at the destination I Woman higher than men on average College students lower than the public on average 0 Usefulness of Big 5 Factors 0 0 0 0 0 1 Neuroticism clinical diagnoses treatment outcomes longevity 2 Extraversion life satisfaction 3 Openness vocational interestfit IQ political orientation 4 Agreeableness cardiac health overall health likeability 5 Conscientiousness job performance achievement longevity 0 Universality of 5 factors 0 0 0 Trait theorists no real reason just happen to be 5 Biological model perhaps 5 major neural circuits re temperament Evolutionary perhaps were Wired to assess 5 major thing With significant about other
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