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Big Five personality traits

Assignment 3


In this assignment you are being asked to write a short paper about one of the Big Five personality traits. You may pick Neuroticism, Extroversion, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, or Openness to Experience. Your submission must include at least the following elements:


(1) A definition of the trait,

(2) A description of what people who are high/low on the trait would be like,

(3) Two behaviors or traits that standing on the new trait should be correlated with,

(4) Any precursors or causes of the trait (where does it come from? Why do people become neurotic or conscientious?), and

(5) Important outcomes associated with standing on the trait (look for work outcomes, interpersonal outcomes, and even behavioral health outcomes).




Use at least 3 sources (not including anything from your textbook or the Personality Reader). Remember, sources are not the same thing as resources.


Sources are academically credible journal articles or primary source books (not textbooks).


Resources are things like textbooks, Wikipedia, web pages, and magazine and newspaper articles.  In this class, expect to use academically credible sources and to lose points when you use resources instead of sources.


Make your submission at least 2 ½   to 3 pages total (not including title page or reference page), typed, double spaced and in 12-point Times New Roman font. Include a title page and reference page, both in APA format (as the entire submission should be).

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