Openness● Features characteristics such as imagination and insight.● EXAMPLE: Someone who is very artistic and creative.● Emotionality, Adventurous, Intellect, and Liberalism.
Conscientiousness● High levels of thoughtfulness, with good impulse control and goal-directed behaviors.● EXAMPLE: A person who tends to be well organized and mindful of details.● Self-Efficacy, Achievement striving, Cautiousness, and Self-disciplined
Extraversion● Marked by a pronounced engagement with the external world.● EXAMPLE: Someone who is sociable and talkative.● Cheerfulness, Excitement-seeking, Assertiveness, and Fun-loving.
Agreeableness● Reflects individual differences in concern with cooperation and social harmony.● EXAMPLE: A person who is sympathetic and is kind towards your feelings.● Trust, Modesty, Morality, and Altruism
Neuroticism● Originally used to describe a condition marked by mental distress, emotionally suffering, and an inability to cope.● EXAMPLE: A person who has anxiety, mood changes, and is self-conscious.● Depression, Vulnerability, Anger, and Immoderation.
Sources● About.com● http://www.psychometric-success.com/personality- tests/personality-tests-big-5-aspects.htm● Pictures from Google.com