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Personality - Personality Psychology Pages to Read for...

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Personality Psychology Pages to Read for Section 4 0. p. 627-629; p. 479 1. Modules 37, 38, 39, 35 Personality Trait Approach 2. Example of one Model for categorizing your personality: 3. Identifying your consistent behaviors and traits The Five Factor Model of Personality 4. This model says that personality 5. 1. Neuroticism: 0. 2. Extraversion: 1. 3. Openness: 2. 4. Agreeableness: 3. 5. Conscientiousness: Example of Predictive Power 0. Measuring these 5 factors may have predictive value. 1. Your text notes that in one study,
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those people who scored low on conscientiousness were more likely to get a speeding ticket and be involved in an automobile accident than those who scored high. 6. Let’s take a look at the Extraversion/Introversion Dimension 7. Extravert: 8. A kind of person who 9. Introvert: 10. A kind of person who Physiological Differences 3. Text discusses a number of physiological differences between extraverts and introverts. 4. Main idea from the theory: introverts have nervous systems that 5. Evidence 6. 1) Introverts more easily aroused by caffeine 7. 2) Extraverts are more easily relaxed by alcohol 8. Among other findings Do we have stable traits? 11. 1) Traits can predict a collection of behaviors -- but not a specific behavior. 12. If you are an extravert, it doesn’t mean you will necessarily be wild at the next party you go to. . 4. 2) Situations can affect behaviors, not just traits 5. Even very strong extraverts will be quiet and calm in church! 6. 3) Personality is fairly stable over a long period of time. 7.
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