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The Big Five
Transcript of The Big Five
Cheerfulness Agreeableness Trust
Sympathy Conscientiousness Self-Efficacy
Cautiousness Neuroticism Anxiety
Vulnerability Openness Imagination
Liberalism Why five traits? Allport and Odbert (1936) took a dictionary and identified 17,953 trait terms. A very long process of statistical analyses yielded the final five factors. Empirical evidence Five factor taxonomy has been replicated countless times in english speaking cultures. To measure these traits, most personality inventories use a sentence structure just like the BFI you took. The big five replicates across cultures - at least english speaking ones and cultures that have similar adjectives. The big five is also consistent over time. People's scores do not vary much as they age. Birth order and the big five First born children tend to be more conscientious and less agreeable. Middle born children tend to be agreeable. Last born children tend to be high on openness. Gender? Women tend to be more agreeable and higher on neuroticism. Culture? Weaknesses Self-report measure Language barriers Openness - how is it defined? Weighing the emprical evidence for and the weaknesses against the big five, what are some thoughts about this as a personality measure?