I have to agree my assessment results are congruent with my personality. As an extravert, I am extremely talkative and social. I enjoy interacting with individuals on a daily basis and being able to communicate through speech. It was no surprise when I saw my extraversion score at a high level. I tend to be a very agreeable person. I am always helping others and putting their needs before my own. Sympathy and caring are personality traits learned over the last few years in my life. I am an extremely conscientious person, who is always controlling my surrounding environments. I rely heavily on myself and am determined to achieve my life goals. I figured my neuroticism score would be high, since I am filled with anxiety, depression, and fear. My ability to adjust to change is not the greatest, which affects my emotional stability. The
Considering my personality, based on the “Big 5” personality traits, extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, emotional stability, and openness to experience, I scored on the high end of the moderate range. As for the openness to experience, I scored a 9 out of 10 ranging in the high level of personality factor (Project 2, BMAL-500 D, McGraw Hill Connect, Liberty University, 2017). I feel as if though this is accurate as I am generally outgoing and enjoy the company of others.
Agreeableness is average, meaning I do not try to be either cooperative or antagonistic towards others. I generally take a laissez-faire approach to my relationships and do not have an invested interest because I do not believe I can significantly impact the long-term well being of others. During conversations, I do not inquire specifically about their personal lives, I let the other person tell me what they are comfortable about talking about and what they want me to know. Conscientiousness is also average. I have a fair balance of structure and spontaneity. There is just enough control and regulation in impulses to maintain a harmonized flow of daily life that will allow for spontaneous activities. For example, school work is more or less planned out by the day to prevent falling behind, but I will still embark on spontaneous adventures of bicycle rides to abandoned warehouse roof tops at midnight on a school night. Survey results are consistent with how I view myself generally. While it is impossible to be completely objective in self evaluations, I think I am fairly in tune with my inter- and intra-relationships because I make an effort to heed feedback. When interacting with others I pay attention to their facial expressions, body language, tone of voice, and not only their words, but their silences.
The first word I tested for was being extroverted, this means that I am easy to approach, social and that I like going to parties. I knew this was true, because I am really easy to approach. People come up to me all the time, and they just talk to me about anything they want. Also, I am not to intimidating. I always walk around with a big smile on my face or at least I try to as much as possible. Another thing is that I am really sociable. When people see me out, I am always the first one to go up and say, “What’s up?” being in the center of the room talking to everyone I believe really brightens up peoples day. Also, I love being in groups or going to parties, because I am a peoples person. Other people and I usually get along good, however sometimes I may talk too much at points. However, sometimes I like to do my own thing. Listening to music and riding around in my truck are something things I like to do by myself, because it relaxes me.
Someone found the fourth golden ticket out of the six, and I don't care at all. Okay, I do care, but it isn't anyone's business to know or to care about what I think, just like how it doesn't matter what I think of the golden ticket winners.
I think that Utopians have a good head on their shoulders. They thought that they should only care about the important things like: good health, sensory experiences, intelligence, and agility to state some. They don’t waste their time worrying about being better than someone else; they see everyone as equals. They don’t waste their time on fancy clothes, jewelry, or gold and silver.
The first thought that crawled into my mind while I began to read this article, was the myriad photos that I have seen on social media of boys my age posing with guns. I have always found it strange and wondered how so many people I knew were able to access weapons so easily. What I found most provoking throughout the article was when it stated that more young people in the United States die from homicide than from health issues and various diseases combined. It is both discouraging and frightening. These studies serve to influence parents to be more cautious towards the lifestyle that they portray for their kids, and the lack of supervision they hold over them. Academic instructors could learn to better discipline students who have partaken
Stop it. Everyone needs to stop it. Stop labeling each other by gender, race, hair color, etc. What is a stereotype? Stereotypes are labels that people put on other people and themselves. Maybe it’s because it makes them people feel better about themselves, or maybe it’s not meant to hurt people at all but it does anyway. Stereotypes can be hurtful to a person and are generally false. There are a variety of stereotypes such as “all gingers have hot tempers and have no souls”, “all homeschoolers are socially awkward geniuses”, and “all Americans are obese and dim witted”. While these may be true in some cases, there are countless exceptions.
The first subset of my personality is Extraversion, as opposed to Introversion. As an extrovert, I would describe myself as social, external and gregarious. This characteristic helps me communicate and reach out to others. However, there are cons that go along
From this article, we learn how Disney characterizes different people from different cultures and times. It shows the hyper-sexualization of the “Gypsy” women, Esmeralda, in The Hunchback of Notre Dame and how this is directly related to a historical misunderstanding of the Gypsy people but also the sexualization of Jasmine in Aladdin. The term “gypsy” itself is controversial as some see it as a racial slur and the people are actually Romani. The author brings up how the representations of women of color are vastly different from their white counterparts. They are perceived and portrayed in an orientalist view; “In particular, the representation of gender and race and a pattern of increasing orientalization reveal themselves in the characters' physical
A stereotype is an exaggerated belief about a group that can be positive or negative but generalizes without allowing for differences (Louisiana Voices, 1999-2003). One example of a stereotype would be racial profiling. Racial profiling is an inclusion of racial or ethnic characteristics in determining whether a person is considered more likely to commit a particular type of crime or an illegal act or to behave in a “predictable” manner (Wikipedia, 2010). For instance, some people will hear crime stories all over the news today and automatically assume that an African American, probably male, committed the crime. These crime stories, might indeed, involve African
After taking the Jung theory personality test I ended up with being Extraverted, Intuitive, Feeling and Judging. After reviewing the definitions and results I do feel like this is pretty accurate. I will go into more detail as to how it is.
I score low on Neuroticism with a fourteen, and to me that is a good thing. Scoring low on this trait reveals that I am “exceptionally calm, composed and unflappable. [I] do not react with intense emotions, even to situations that most people would describe as stressful” (IPIP). I think that this is great, since as a leader and hopefully a fighter pilot I will be put in high stress high intensity situations. Being calm and steady will help keep my people from getting unnerved during times of high stress. Additionally I believe having that cool calm demeanor will give me credit with people, because a lot of people it seems want to follow a leader like that. The one concerning facet of this trait is my self-consciousness. I scored average on this section with a thirty-nine. While in many ways this good for giving briefs and public speeches, this worries me, because I lack awareness about how my words and actions cause others to form opinions of me.
According to my IPIP-NEO narrative report I am a very independent, outgoing, calm, and curious person. My comprehensive report shows that I am: high scoring in openness, conscientiousness, and extraversion, average scoring in agreeableness and low scoring in Neuroticism. Raking in the 82nd percentile, extraversion was my second highest scoring trait. This means I am pretty outgoing, extraverted and love people. This is evident my scores of 89 in friendliness, 84 in assertiveness and 75 in activity level. Despite my high score in extraversion, I am on the lower side of average in the excitement-seeking facet with a score or 33. This means that even though I might like a little hustle and bustle and take charge I wont take to many risks and don’t always need a thrill to be satisfied.
3) Extraversion: People in this category are known to be outgoing, sociable, friendly and gregarious. Extraversion has been extensively researched for years as positive emotionality in some trait models (Watson & Clark, 1997).