Trait2-1 - TRAIT II Five Factor Model Conclusions METHODS...

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1 T RAIT II Five Factor Model & Conclusions METHODS OF STUDYING TRAITS Many-trait Single-trait Essential-trait Typological FIVE FACTOR MODEL: TRAITS Extraversion Quantity and intensity of interpersonal interaction, need for stimulation, experience of positive emotions Neuroticism Level of adjustment vs. emotional instability
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2 FIVE FACTOR MODEL: TRAITS Conscientiousness Organization, persistence, and motivation Agreeableness Degree of compassion vs. antagonism FIVE FACTOR MODEL: TRAITS Openness to Experience Seeking out, Appreciation of, & Tolerance for new experiences FIVE FACTOR MODEL: BASICS Universal Schema Framework Predict Behavior
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3 FIVE FACTOR MODEL: BASICS Orthogonal Hierarchical Influence FIVE FACTOR MODEL: ORIGINS Lexical Hypothesis Sir Francis Galton Starting point is language FIVE FACTOR MODEL: ORIGINS Allport and Odbert, 1936 17,953 terms 4 categories: traits, moods, evaluations, misc.
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Trait2-1 - TRAIT II Five Factor Model Conclusions METHODS...

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