Project #82886 - PSYCOLOGY

I have taken the Big 5 Personality. Below are my results. I must write a 400- to 600-word summary of my personality, as described by the Big 5 Inventory. Discuss the upsides and the downsides of the pattern of the five dimensions or traits of your personality. We know that three of the Big 5—conscientiousness, openness, and extroversion—are closely associated with leadership effectiveness. How do your scores reflect your readiness to become a leader? Include a reflection about how your personality shapes your behavior toward work, school, and teamwork.

 

Results: From Big 5 Personality

 

1 = Not at all true of me; I am almost never this way.

2 = Mostly not true of me; I am rarely this way.

3 = Neither true nor untrue of me; I can’t decide.

4 = Mostly true of me; I am often this way.

5 = Almost always true of me; I am usually this way.

 

1._4_Imaginative

2._4_Careful

3._5_Sociable

4._4_Softhearted

5._3_Anxious

6._5_Creative

7._5_Reliable

8._4_Talkative

9._5_Trusting

10._1_Temperamental

11._5_Original

12._5_Hardworking

13._5_Fun-loving

14._5_Generous

15._1_Self-conscious

16._3_Curious

17._4_Well-organized

18._5_Outgoing

19._5_Good-natured

20._2_Worrying

21._5_Independent

22._5_Persevering

23._5_Active

24._5_Courteous

25._2_Emotional

26._5_Adventurous

27._5_Dependable

28._5_People-oriented

29._5_Considerate

30._2_Nervous

31._5_Variety-loving

32._5_Responsible

33._5_Gregarious

34._5_Kind

35._1_Highly strung

Scoring:

To compute your score, copy your answers below. Then total the column for each scale. There is a maximum of 35 points for each scale.

Scale O

Scale C

Scale E

Scale A

Scale N

  1. 4

  2. 4

  3. 5

  4. 4

 5. 3

  6. 5

  7. 5

  8. 4

  9. 5

10. 1

11. 5

12. 5

13. 5

14. 5

15. 1

16. 3

17. 4

18. 5

19. 5

20. 2

21. 5

22. 5

23. 5

24. 5

25. 2

26. 5

27. 5

28. 5

29. 5

30. 2

31. 5

32. 5

33. 5

34 .5

35. 5

Total 32

Total 33

Total 34

Total 34

Total 16

Interpretation:

Scale O: Openness to Experience (curious versus consistent). People with high scores are described as adventurous, daring, imaginative, and variety-loving.

Scale C: Conscientiousness (organized versus careless). People with high scores are described as well-organized, scrupulous, responsible, and reliable.

Scale E: Extroversion (social versus reserved). People with high scores are described as outgoing, sociable, friendly, and people-oriented.

Scale A: Agreeableness (compassionate versus contentious). People with high scores are described as good-natured, considerate, cooperative, and kind.

 

Scale N: Neuroticism (nervous versus calm). People with high scores are described as anxious, emotional, temperamental, and highly strung.

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Due By (Pacific Time) 09/20/2015 02:00 pm
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