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7.OB%20Part%202%20Fall%20090 - What is Personality Your...

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What is Personality? Your Data Relationships between Big 5 and Outcomes Personality Across the Life Span Other Traits of Importance Perception and Individual Behavior
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What are some adjectives that describe the people you have worked with (work or class projects)? FYI. See…http://www.examples-help.org.uk/ parts-of-speech/personality-adjectives.htm
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Personality : stable psychological traits and behavioral attributes that give a person his or her identity There are over 1,700 adjectives in Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary that can be used to describe someone’s traits We are going to narrow that down…
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The Big Five Conscientiousness Agreeableness Neuroticism (Negative Affectivity) Openness to Experience Extra version (Positive Affectivity)
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Colquitt, LePine, JA, & Wesson: McGraw-Hill.
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Conscientiousness : dependable, organized, reliable, ambitious, hardworking, persevering . Has biggest influence on job performance of the Big 5. Why? Achievement Striving (strong desire to accomplish task related goals) 38% genetic
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Agreeableness : kind, cooperative, sympathetic, helpful, courteous, warm. Not related to performance across all jobs. Why? Communion Striving (strong desire to obtain acceptance in personal relationships) 35% Genetic
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Openness to Experience : curious, imaginative, creative, complex, refined, sophisticated. Beneficial in some jobs, not others (sometimes more beneficial than conscientiousness in highly adaptable situations…perseverance [part of Conscientiousness ] may not always be beneficial when “tried and true” no longer works) Key driver of creative thought 45% genetic
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Colquitt, LePine, JA, & Wesson: McGraw-Hill.
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