Five dimensions of personality as well as locus control

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Five dimensions of personality as well as locus control
« on: December 29, 2014, 08:46:44 AM »
Personality dimensions can be categorized into one or five categorizes:

Extraversion:
Extraversion defined a person is outgoing or shy. People who are extroverts feel comfortable in social situations where as introverts or shy people tend to avoid social situations.

Agreeableness:
Agreeableness defined a person is approachable or friendly. People who are defined as a agreeable tend to be welcoming, warm people. Less agreeable people make a point of remaining distant from social situations.

Conscientiousness:
It represents the degree to which a person is approachable, reliable, dependable and organized. People who trend to be low on this scale are unreliable.

Emotional Stability:
Emotional Stability implies that people can understand and manage stress levels well. People low on this scale show sings of nervousness, anxiety & insecurity.

Openness to experience:
Openness to experience is a dimension that characterizes fascination and range of interests. People who are very open to experience are curious and creative. People who are less to open to experience tend to be conventional and appreciate the status quo.
Kamrul Hossain Sajib
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Daffodil International University

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Re: Five dimensions of personality as well as locus control
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2015, 12:14:44 PM »
Thanks for sharing.

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