CU-Boulder PSYC 4456 - The Big Five (6 pages)

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The Big Five

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This lecture brings forth a deeper understanding of The Big Five model of Personality Psychology. Covering the ways in which the Big 5 is measured, general facts and personality traits of each factor/dimension.


Lecture number:
7
Pages:
6
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of Colorado at Boulder
Course:
Psyc 4456 - Psychology of Personality

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PSYC 4456 1st Edition Lecture 7 Outline of Last Lecture I Big Five Five Factor Model FFI Continuation of Lecture 5 A Example 1 BFI 10 Results and Reverse Scoring II Q A about First Paper due October 3rd III The Trait Approach to Personality A Approach is Based on Empirical Research B Traits Outline of Current Lecture I The Big Five A O C E A N B Low Scores vs High Scores C Facts General Notes II Ways to Measure Big Five A Trait Descriptive Adjectives TDA B NEO Personal Inventory NEO PI C Five Factory Inventory FFI Current Lecture I The Big Five A O C E A N 1 Openness to Experience a Proactive seeking appreciation of experience for its own sake b Toleration for exploration of the unfamiliar These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute 2 Conscientiousness a Organization persistence and motivation in goal oriented behavior 3 Extraversion a Quantity Intensity of interpersonal interaction 1 Do you put yourself out there b Activity level Need for stimulation c Expression of Joy Affection 4 Agreeableness a Interpersonal orientation b Compassion v Antagonism in 1 Thoughts 2 Feelings 3 Actions 5 Neuroticism a Adjustment v Emotional Instability b Psychological distress Unrealistic ideas Cravings Urges c Maladaptive coping responses B Low Scores vs High Scores Personality Traits or Types Based on Individual Scores on the BFI 10 BIg Five Openness to Experience Traits of Individuals with Low Scores Traits of Individuals with High Scores Down to Earth Uncreative Conventional Uncurious Imaginative Creative Original Curious BIg Five Traits of Individuals with Low Scores Traits of Individuals with High Scores Conscientiousness Negligent Lazy Disorganized Late Conscientiousness Hard Working Well Organized Punctual Extraversion Loner Quiet Passive Reserved Joiner Talkative Active Affectionate Agreeableness Suspicious Critical Ruthless Irritable Trusting Lenient Soft Hearted



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