PSY 230 WEEK 4 Week 4 Quiz – Five Basic Traits

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PSY 230 WEEK 4 Week 4 Quiz – Five Basic Traits

PSY 230 WEEK 4 Week 4 Quiz – Five Basic Traits

Week 4 Quiz – Five Basic Traits

Part A:

Please label the following adjectives with the appropriate match according to the NEO-PI-R (2 matches per trait). Feel free to simply use O, C, E, A, N.

–       Self-Discipline:

–       Excitement Seeking:

–       Anxiety:

–       Self-Consciousness:

–       Feelings:

–       Compliance:

–       Assertiveness:

–       Fantasy:

–       Straightforwardness:

–       Achievement Striving:

 

Part B:

Please label the following statements as True or False.

–       Most people are ambiverts.

–       It is likely that extroverts have fewer, deeper friendships while introverts have many more friends and acquaintances.

–       Extroverts are more likely to pay careful attention to details than introverts.

–       Positive emotions are central to the trait of extraversion.

–       People high in neuroticism are often lonelier than people low in neuroticism.

–       People high in neuroticism are less distressed than people low in neuroticism.

–       People low in openness to experience are commonly described as conforming and conservative.

–       If someone is high in openness to experience, it means that they are more intelligent.

–       People high in conscientiousness are often late and disorganized.

–       People low in conscientiousness are typically undependable.

–       The trait of conscientiousness is consistently related to job performance.

–       People high in agreeableness are often better friends than people low in agreeableness.

–       People high in agreeableness are cooperative and accommodating.

–       People low in agreeableness get in fights often.

Part C:

Please select one of the following short answer questions and provide a brief response. (100 words or less)

–       Briefly explain how you can use your understanding of the Five Basic Traits with a client in the future.

OR

–       Briefly explain something new you have learned about yourself while studying the Five Basic Traits.

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PSY 230 WEEK 4 Week 4 Quiz – Five Basic Traits