Understanding what each personality trait is and what it means to score high or low in that trait can give you insight into your own personality—without taking a personality traits test. It can also help you better understand others, based on where they fall on the continuum for each of the personality traits listed.
Trait theories of personality have long attempted to pin down exactly how many traits exist. Earlier theories have suggested various numbers. For instance, Gordon Allport’s list contained 4,000 personality traits, Raymond Cattell had 16 personality factors, and Hans Eysenck offered a three-factor theory.
People who are high in this personality trait also tend to be more adventurous and creative. Conversely, people low in this personality trait are often much more traditional and may struggle with abstract thinking.
High Very creative Open to trying new things Focused on tackling new challenges Happy to think about abstract concepts
Low Dislikes change Does not enjoy new things Resists new ideas Not very imaginative Dislikes abstract or theoretical concepts
High Spends time preparing Finishes important tasks right away Pays attention to detail Enjoys having a set schedule
Low Dislikes structure and schedules Makes messes and doesn’t take care of things Fails to return things or put them back where they belong Procrastinates important tasks Fails to complete necessary or assigned tasks
High Enjoys being the center of attention Likes to start conversations Enjoys meeting new people Has a wide social circle of friends and acquaintances Finds it easy to make new friends Feels energized when around other people Say things before thinking about them
Low Prefers solitude Feels exhausted when having to socialize a lot Finds it difficult to start conversations Dislikes making small talk Carefully thinks things through before speaking Dislikes being the center of attention
Agreeableness This personality trait includes attributes such as trust, altruism, kindness, affection, and other prosocial behaviors.1 People who are high in agreeableness tend to be more cooperative while those low in this personality trait tend to be more competitive and sometimes even manipulative.
High Has a great deal of interest in other people Cares about others Feels empathy and concern for other people Enjoys helping and contributing to the happiness of other people Assists others who are in need of help
Low Takes little interest in others Doesn’t care about how other people feel Has little interest in other people’s problems Insults and belittles others Manipulates others to get what they want
High Experiences a lot of stress Worries about many different things Gets upset easily Experiences dramatic shifts in mood Feels anxious Struggles to bounce back after stressful events
Low Emotionally stable Deals well with stress Rarely feels sad or depressed Doesn’t worry much Is very relaxed
How to Use the 5 Personality Traits Where you fall on the continuum for each of these five primary traits can be used to help identify whether you are more or less likely to have other more secondary personality traits. These other traits are often split into two categories: positive personality traits and negative personality traits.
Positive Personality Traits Positive personality traits are traits that can be beneficial to have. These traits may help you be a better person or make it easier to cope with challenges you may face in life. Personality traits that are considered positive include:
Negative Personality Traits Negative personality traits are those that may be more harmful than helpful. These are traits that may hold you back in your life or hurt your relationships with others. (They’re also good traits to focus on for personal growth.) Personality traits that fall in the negative category include:
Technology takes a new path every day and astonishes the world with the amount of innovations that facilitate people’s lifestyle, its dark side may be starting to show some effects. Cameras are a good example of this. After it was used in the past to record after moments, especially the happy ones, it is now used for espionage, especially the small, cheap cameras that some people use to stole the dumb people’s pictures and videos.
Hidden cameras are cheap and public places often have hidden cameras to spy on the innocent children and women round about towns. This problem is soaring year by year.
But in this video, we show you smart ways to use your phone to discover these cameras and surveillance equipments.
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may the world cease this illegal stealing of children and women’s privacy
don’t think this is not your problem. you, too, are under surveillance without knowing you’ve been to publicly or privately. so, don’t help steal others’ privacy. the most destructive surveillance is when your neighbors are selling your shits.
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