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▪▪ Describe the research on the stability, universality, and applicability of the Big Five. ▪▪ What theoretical questions remain about the Big Five?
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Chapter 13 / Exercise 04
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- low conscientiousness and high agreeableness> obedience to authority- high extraversion and low neuroticism> propensity to have kids- high extraversion and low conscientiousness> alcohol consumption- high agreeableness and high extraversion> tendency to volunteer- high extraversion, low neuroticism, and high psychoticism> Mt. Everest climbers·Conscientiousness often best predictor of workoCareful, thorough, dependable, take time on work, organized, plannersoHigher evaluations, less likely to be laid offquestions about the Big Five:·Is the model limited by language?oDifferent personality structure? Maybe adjectives (not traits) fit into 5 categories?- but cross-cultural and cross-linguistic similarities exist…·Are we sure that the best/correct model has 5 factors?oTaxonomies differ on # of traitsoRemember factor analysis? It depends on what you include…- most big 5 studies> no evaluation traits (e.g. special, immoral)oSome traits just don’t fit big 5 well- religiousness- youthfulness- frugality- humor- cunning

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