PSY 201 - Week 8 - DQs

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Week 7DQ 1Post a 150- to 300-word response to the following discussion question by clicking on Reply:Refer to Figure 2 on p. 349 of Psychology and Your Life. Evaluate the Big Five trait approaches to personality. Which personality trait best describes you and why?Openness to experience describes a type of cognitive style that separates imaginative, creative people from down to earth, conventional people. Open people are intellectually curious, appreciative of art and sensitive to beauty. They are, in comparison to other people, more aware of their emotions. They think and act in individualistic, unconventional, and nonconforming ways which generally does not get much approval. They are adventurous and creative. Conscientiousness is the act to follow socially prescribed norms for impulse control, to be task- and- goal directed, to be painfully delay gratification, and follow strict norms and rules. Extraversion, on the other hand, deals with outgoing, energetic vs. shy, reserved, positive emotions, and the tendency to seek attention in the company of others. Agreeableness has something to do with being friendly compassionate or competitive, outspoken. It is the tendency to be loving and cooperative rather than doubtful and antagonistic toward others. Neuroticism- sensitive, nervous, secure, confident, and a tendency to experience unpleasant emotions, such as anger, anxiety, depression, or vulnerability should be best described by Openness to experience because I am ver

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