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Running head: Personality Traits Henry Mai Wayne State University PSY 1010, Section 052
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In lab session 9, “The Big Five” is being introduced as five traits that indentify major dimensions of human personality. These traits are given an acronym OCEAN to be used as a tool to remember the five traits. The letter O stands for openness to experience; C stands for conscientiousness; E stands for extroversion; A stands for agreeableness; and N stands for neuroticism. These traits are used to identify people who score high or low in each category. As a scale of 0 – 100, using 0 equal low and 100 equal to high. People who score high on openness to experience indentifies outgoing, liberal, interested in new things, and imaginative. However, if received a low score, reserved, conservative, traditional, and conforming. As for how it describes me from a scale of 0 - 100, I feel I am more of the 80 score of the openness to experience because I tend to be
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