LAB9.rtf - LAB 9 The Big Five Theory of Personality test...

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LAB 9 The Big Five Theory of Personality test was interesting, it gives results among the five categories of OCEAN (Open-Mindedness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Negative Emotionality). Open-Mindedness is an evaluation of outgoing, original, liberal, creative and complex such as an activist and an artist. Higher scores of conscientiousness is based on being well-organized, self-disciplined, determined and careful such as a CEO or manger. Extraversion for those who scored high are more likely to be sociable, friendly, group sports, and talkative while low scores are more reserved and quieter, so higher scores would be an entertainer or most party lovers/goers. Next is agreeableness, which if scored high on tends to reflect on someone who is good natured, sympathetic, trusting and forgiving, I think that this would apply to medical professions and mothers in general. Finally, is negative Emotionality
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