Big Five Model Of Personality, John And Srivastava (2000)

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Framework of the study Personality refers to the uniqueness of a person be defined as different from others. It is one of the factors that give identity to a person. In the Big Five Model of Personality, an individual’s personality can be interpreted in a continuum. The personality type can be determined based on the plotting of scores in the Big Five Personality assessment. The types include openness to experience, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness and neuroticism. John and Srivastava (1999) extraversion is described as openness to experience as expresses in the depth and complexity of mental life and experiences of a person. In the same light a high in openness to experience is indicated by someone who wants to acquaint with new people, loves learning, enjoys abstract ideas, and involves in creative activities or hobbies while low in openness to experience is someone contrast to mention in characteristics. (Lebowitz, 2016). John and Srivastava (1999) defined conscientiousness as the person who has the tendency to control his impulses and do something acceptable in social. In the same light a high in conscientiousness is someone who is prone to be successful in his career, excel in the position of leadership, and obstinate to pursue his goals with purposeful and aforethought. (Lebowitz, 2016). In terms of extroversion and introversion based to Soldz and Vaillant (1999) who found that extroversion is fairly stable through the years; which means extroversion
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