3. Discuss the extent to which the main character demonstrates the personality trait of neuroticism. Describe scenes from the movie to support your answer. • Emotional when it involves his investment into the candy market. He places his emotion into it not just his knowledge. • Insecure about his product so he staged a phony interview and article to promote his product. This might not be an insecurity it can be a smart move depends how you see it. • Let his feelings get the best of him when selling 50% of Jelly Belly for one store in California. • He was nervous about one of his business partners who he felt had back up plans for the takeover of the company. • People think he might have folded into the pressure of giving away Jelly Belly because of insecurity. • He was unstable because he once had everything and it was taken away from him almost instantly which made him become unstable for a while. 4. Discuss the extent to which the main character demonstrates the personality trait of openness. Describe scenes from the movie to support your answer.· Creative: likes to do things in a new way· Revolutionized the industry with premium flavoured, high quality jelly beans· Took risks (red and yellow colour scheme)· New flavours weekly· He’s not traditional (no wedding bands)· New candy ideas even after Jelly Belly 5. Discuss the extent to which the main character demonstrates the personality traitof extraversion. Describe scenes from the movie to support your answer.· He demonstrated he was a social person by interacting with anyone he contacted. Example; in the movie when the group of girls came to his factory he wastried to make their trip a joyous occasion by playing and joking around with them.
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- Calculus, Jelly bean, Trait theory, Jelly Belly