The "Big Five" Trait Model
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Proneness to anxiety, worry, guilt, emotional instability vs. relaxed, calm, secure, emotionally stable
Outgoing, friendly, enthusiastic, fun-loving vs. solitary, shy, serious, reserved
Imaginative, curious, intellectual, open to nontraditional values vs. conforming, practical, conventional
Sensitive, warm, tolerant, easy to get along with, concerned with other's feelings and needs vs. cold, suspicious, hostile, callous
Reliable, responsible, self-disciplined, ethical, hard-working, ambitious vs. disorganized, unreliable, lax, impulsive, careless
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