Openness to Experience on the five factor model of personality has usually been correlated with iNtuition on MBTI. It has especially been correlated with NPs, but some of the sub-traits on Openness could equally fit SPs in my mind.
Here are some of the sub-traits.
Openness to Experience: the active seeking and appreciation of experiences for their own sake
Fantasy: receptivity to the inner world of imagination
Aesthetics: appreciation of art and beauty
Feelings: openness to inner feelings and emotions
Actions: openness to new experiences on a practical level
Ideas: intellectual curiosity
Values: readiness to re-examine own values and those of authority figures
Openness to new experiences on a practical level especially seems to fit many SPs. So SPs, do you think you would score high on openness to new experience on the OCEAN test?
I don't see why an SP wouldn't score as high as an NP on this. Se is an information whore of a function, and these sub-traits all seem either Ti or Fi-centric.
You could try this one The IPIP-NEO. I can't remember how it gives the results but it is pretty good.
I took it (pretty long!), but it's kind of a lot to post here. Somewhat insulting .. I mean, because I'm "moody", I score high on neuroticism? :steam: j/k
13 Low extravert (yet high friendliness and excitement seeking)
69 High agreeableness
0 Abysmal Conscientiousness
81 High Neuroticism
56 Moderately high Openness to Experience (besides imagination and intellect)
and my morality considerations (not super high, but they're there) keeps me from being highly open to experience in the same way as other SPs. that's what being Fi Dom is, I think (that and whatever given emotional state we're in).
I have my moral standards that I will not break, but they weren't mentioned on there
I once spent an hour in the back seat of a cop car when I'd done nothing wrong because I wouldn't rat out a friend... and my word was necissary for doing anything to him... there's standards, just not conventional ones
Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett
I have some conventional standards, but I didn't come to them in a conventional way, I think. Probably the same case for anyone with Fi.. it's kind of hard to explain morality..I still somehow don't get along with some SJs whom I know, for example. Like we may have the same ends, but different means sometimes. They rarely apply the same standards outside their box either ( they'll generally define a moral principle according to their own system or group...and have a hard time seeing the same principle in another philosophy, even though it's clearly the same thing).
Under the category, openness to experience:
Your score on Openness to Experience is high, indicating you enjoy novelty, variety, and change. You are curious, imaginative, and creative.
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