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    Default neo-pi-r Big-5

    the real neo-pi-r

    I scored ridiculously high in neuroticism, if I'm understanding the results properly. I usually score low.

    There's one funny typo "#178 I consider myself borax-minded and tolerant of other people's lifestyles." Eh wot? lol



    Hmmm... now, what does it all mean lol

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    "The NEO PI-R is a concise measure of the five major domains of personality, as well as the six traits or facets that define each domain. Taken together, the five domain scales and 30 facet scales of the NEO PI-R facilitate a comprehensive and detailed assessment of normal adult personality. The NEO PI-R has useful applications in counselling, clinical psychology, psychiatry, behavioural medicine and health psychology, vocational counselling and industrial/organizational psychology, and educational and personality research.

    Neuroticism (N) - refers to the chronic level of emotional adjustment and instability. High N identifies individuals who are prone to psychological distress.
    Extraversion (E) - refers to the quantity and intensity of preferred interpersonal interactions, activity level, need for stimulation, and capacity for joy. High E identifies individuals who tend to be sociable, active, talkative, person oriented, optimistic, fun loving, and affectionate.
    Openness to Experience (O) - refers to the active seeking and appreciation of experiences for their own sake. High O identifies individuals who are curious, imaginative, and willing to entertain novel ideas and unconventional values.
    Agreeableness (A) - refers to the kinds of interactions an individual prefers along a continuum from compassion to antagonism. High A identifies individuals who tend to be soft-hearted, good natured, trusting, helpful, forgiving, and altruistic.
    Conscientiousness (C) - assesses the degree of organization, persistence, control, motivation in goal-directed behaviour. High C identifies individuals who tend to be organized, reliable, hard-working, self-directed, punctual, scrupulous, ambitious, and persevering." NEO PI-R | Psych Press
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    factor/facet raw score % rank

    neuroticism 91 61.88
    anxiety 19 76.61
    angry hostility 13 40.55
    depression 14 51.534
    self-consciousness 22 92.648
    impulsiveness 11 20.21
    vulnerability 12 58.366

    extraversion 83 8.591
    warmth 18 20.231
    gregariousness 21 75.347
    assertiveness 7 1.791
    activity 9 1.228
    excitement-seeking 15 38.258
    positive emotions 13 9.034

    openness 132 94.571
    fantasy 23 93.119
    aesthetics 25 90.733
    feelings 19 45.543
    actions 13 24.355
    ideas 28 97.706
    values 24 90.992

    agreeableness 129 83.135
    trust 19 57.435
    straightforwardness 18 40.062
    altruism 23 65.538
    compliance 24 95.496
    modesty 19 67.733
    tender-mindedness 26 93.543

    conscientiousness 117 43.729
    competence 19 39.018
    order 19 48.487
    dutifulness 21 39.305
    achievement striving 22 67.169
    self-discipline 15 12.892
    deliberation 21 73.196
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    neuroticism 99 75.543
    anxiety 16 54.363
    angry hostility 18 80.175
    depression 16 66.388
    self-consciousness 21 88.9
    impulsiveness 18 77.544
    vulnerability 10 41.634

    extraversion 73 1.99
    warmth 15 5.948
    gregariousness 9 3.463
    assertiveness 9 5.003
    activity 13 10.226
    excitement-seeking 16 46.722
    positive emotions 11 3.54

    openness 141 98.61
    fantasy 25 97.447
    aesthetics 26 93.628
    feelings 13 5.416
    actions 23 98.357
    ideas 30 99.239
    values 24 90.992

    agreeableness 87 6.983
    trust 11 6.306
    straightforwardness 18 40.062
    altruism 20 39.736
    compliance 16 42.332
    modesty 16 41.655
    tender-mindedness 6 0.025

    conscientiousness 117 43.729
    competence 21 58.001
    order 22 73.464
    dutifulness 26 79.349
    achievement striving 15 12.052
    self-discipline 12 3.972
    deliberation 21 73.196
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    actor/facet raw score % rank
    neuroticism 116 93.574
    anxiety 20 82.423
    angry hostility 15 57.756
    depression 24 97.526
    self-consciousness 21 88.9
    impulsiveness 23 97.1
    vulnerability 13 66.369
    extraversion 81 6.628
    warmth 26 86.418
    gregariousness 4 0.209
    assertiveness 7 1.791
    activity 14 15.278
    excitement-seeking 8 3.469
    positive emotions 22 77.692
    openness 146 99.432
    fantasy 25 97.447
    aesthetics 27 95.768
    feelings 20 55.441
    actions 18 76.348
    ideas 29 98.651
    values 27 98.431
    agreeableness 143 96.189
    trust 22 79.702
    straightforwardness 24 81.683
    altruism 28 93.332
    compliance 19 69.643
    modesty 23 91.237
    tender-mindedness 27 96.141
    conscientiousness 135 76.544
    competence 20 48.466
    order 20 57.286
    dutifulness 22 47.871
    achievement striving 28 96.656
    self-discipline 25 82.6
    deliberation 20 65.955

    Hard to answer some of these questions- How the hell am I supposed to know how people see me as, unless they say it to me?????
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    @cacaia lol. I have similar hangups.
    It would fall under intuition, I assume. I've worked very hard to squash that within me. It's not my place to assume how others feel or what they're thinking... and with the masks people wear, what I SEE might not necessarily be correct anyhow.
    BUT, if you're attentive and open, people usually reveal (some facet of) what they're thinking and feeling through their body language.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhaylin View Post
    @cacaia lol. I have similar hangups.
    It would fall under intuition, I assume. I've worked very hard to squash that within me. It's not my place to assume how others feel or what they're thinking... and with the masks people wear, what I SEE might not necessarily be correct anyhow.
    BUT, if you're attentive and open, people usually reveal (some facet of) what they're thinking and feeling through their body language.
    yup... I went down the road of overanalyzing every twitch of people's faces, and reading into what people said but did not mean waaay too much in my youth. Before I knew about the MBTI and before I knew that sensors and sensor thinkers would talk in very concrete ways, I would overanalyze and come to conclusions too fast. I still struggle with this, in fact. I have to, as you said, tune out their body and face language sometimes. That half a second expression before they mask it. I see it, but I have to catch myself- maybe they are tired, and maybe they were reminded of something that has nothing to do with me before they masked their expression. But you know....you can't really read into their soul.
    Last year, I thought I had a friend by the way she treated me- she was nice to my face, but the longer we talked, the more she closed herself off to me. I sensed there was something wrong, but she guaranteed me there was nothing wrong and I was reading too much into it. When she moved, another coworker told me she hatd me.My instincts were right, but I still felt quite gaslighted. Anyway...that was a tangent, wasn' it? LOL
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    Despite me saying this through text, lol, I work very hard to stay humble and know my place.
    I used to always say or think: "That person is sad...", "This person is annoyed with me..." until I realized just how arrogant that is. I'm not infallible. How can I assume to be so sure about what's going on with someone else. Now I say, I feel the "perceived emotions" of others. It's to remind myself that I might not be right, lol, and to chill my britches. It's a problem when I'm out in the world, picking up all sorts of emotions and not being able to tune them out. By reminding myself I could be wrong, it keeps me from getting as overwhelmed as quickly.
    It's silly. It's really just semantics, but it still helps me.

    BUT, even though I squash my intuition, if I cannot read someone at all, then I'm on high alert.

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    Hmmmm... but now, I wonder if reading people is entirely an intuition thing or is it also (or entirely) extraverted sensing?

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