The Big Five personality Traits are a theory that Lewis T. Golberg, Robert R McCrae, and Paul T. Costa have developed It is a theory identifying a person, which set distinctions in each other. It combines unique patterns of characteristics like individual thoughts, emotions, expressions, and behaviors. It is composed of different main personality traits formed in a group, which are called openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. The tendency of how the behavior of people affects themselves is dependent on the results of the sub traits, which these sub traits are fixed in a range level, meaning that they have their high- and low-level tier.
How interested and curious the person can be around them.
- How a person can prepare for whatever task that he\she will receive.
how a person can have a high amount of energy in socializing with others.
describes a person and their relationship with others, regardless the social status.
pertains to how a person can control their emotions.