High in Conscientiousness (Organized/Efficient)

People classified as high in Conscientiousness tend to act more dutiful, systematical, highly analytical, and strategical. Like described by Jordan B Peterson[1], competent and able to make relatively accurate plans to life goals, mainly in…

High in agreeableness (Accommodating/Friendly/Compassionate)

People classified as high in agreeableness tend to be considerate, kind, generous, and cooperative. They genuinely care about other people and their feelings, which makes them more likable and trustworthy. They are also often religious…

Low in Openness (Non-curious/Consistent/Cautious)

As the name suggests, in comparison to High in Openness, people Low in Openness would have a somewhat opposite behavior, such as attachment to conventional beliefs and practices, lower creative and abstract thinking capabilities, and…

Low in Extraversion (Reserved/Solitary)

As the name suggests, in comparison to High in Extraversion, people Low in Extraversion would have a somewhat opposite behavior, such as Introversion, isolation, and higher requirement of energy to interact. Others might perceive them…

Low in Conscientiousness (Unstructured/Easy-going/Careless)

As the name suggests, in comparison to High in Conscientiousness, people Low in Conscientiousness would have a somewhat opposite behavior, such as lack of compromising to systems and deadlines, disorganization, negligence, procrastination, and inefficiency, as…

Low in Agreeableness (Egocentric/Challenging/Detached)

As the name suggests, in comparison to High in Agreeableness, people Low in Agreeableness would have a somewhat opposite behavior, such as competitiveness and lack of empathy. In short, they are perceived as disagreeable. According…

High in Openness (Inquisitive/Inventive/Curious)

According to several authors, those who are classified as high in openness are open to experiences and share an interest in arts, originality, abstract, and philosophical concepts. According to Jordan B Peterson[1], their focus on…

High in Neuroticism (Limbic/Sensitive/Nervous)

People classified as high in Neuroticism, also called emotional instability, tend to be more anxious, vulnerable, and stressed. According to Jordan B Peterson[1], this trait is connected to negativity, propensity to suffer always when facing…

High in Extraversion (Social/Outgoing/Energetic)

People classified as high in extraversion tend to be more friendly, assertive, and high spirited. They genuinely care about other people and their feelings, which makes them more likable and trustworthy. According to Jordan B…