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BIG FIVE
PERSONALITY
THEORY
Presenting by
chandrakanth
History of Big Five personality
theory:
Several independent sets of researchers discovered
and defined the five broad fact...
Openness
People who like to learn new things and
enjoy new experiences usually score
high in openness.
Openness includes t...
CONSCIENTIOUSNESS
•People that have a high degree of
conscientiousness are reliable and
prompt.
•Traits include being orga...
EXTRAVERSION
•Extraverts get their energy from
interacting with others, while introverts
get their energy from within them...
AGREEABLENESS
•These individuals are friendly,
cooperative, and compassionate.
People with low agreeableness may be
more d...
NEUROTICISM
•Neuroticism is also sometimes called
Emotional Stability.
•This dimension relates to one’s emotional
stabilit...
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Big five personality theory

  1. 1. BIG FIVE PERSONALITY THEORY Presenting by chandrakanth
  2. 2. History of Big Five personality theory: Several independent sets of researchers discovered and defined the five broad factors based on empirical, data-driven research. Ernest Tupes and Raymond Cristal advanced the initial model, based on work done at the U.S. Air Force Personnel Laboratory in the late 1950’s. J.M. Digman proposed his five factor model of personality in 1990, and Goldman extended it to the highest level of organizations in 1993. In a personality test, the Five Factor Model ;and the Global Factors of personality may also be used to reference the Big Five traits.
  3. 3. Openness People who like to learn new things and enjoy new experiences usually score high in openness. Openness includes traits like being insightful and imaginative and having a wide variety of interests.
  4. 4. CONSCIENTIOUSNESS •People that have a high degree of conscientiousness are reliable and prompt. •Traits include being organized, methodic, and thorough.
  5. 5. EXTRAVERSION •Extraverts get their energy from interacting with others, while introverts get their energy from within themselves. •Extraversion includes the traits of energetic, talkative, and assertive
  6. 6. AGREEABLENESS •These individuals are friendly, cooperative, and compassionate. People with low agreeableness may be more distant. •Traits include being kind, affectionate, and sympathetic
  7. 7. NEUROTICISM •Neuroticism is also sometimes called Emotional Stability. •This dimension relates to one’s emotional stability and degree of negative emotions. •People that score high on neuroticism often experience emotional instability and negative emotions. •Traits include being moody and tense.

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