[neuroscience]
Personality Neuroscience #9: The biological causes of Neuroticism
This is Part 9 of our series on Personality Neuroscience. Click here to read from the beginning.   Neuroticism is a Big Five trait that explains an individual’s tendency to experience feelings like anxiety, fear, anger, and panic.
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[Agreeableness]
Personality Neuroscience #8: The biological causes of Agreeableness
This is Part 8 of our series on Personality Neuroscience. Click here to read from the beginning.   Agreeableness is a Big Five trait explains an individual’s ability and tendency to understand the perspectives of others and to adjust their behavior to accommodate them.
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[extraversion]
Personality Neuroscience #7: The biological causes of Extraversion
This is Part 7 of our series on Personality Neuroscience. Click here to read from the beginning.   Extraversion is a Big Five trait that explains individual’s ability and tendency to explore, interact, and engage with external rewards. This tendency commonly manifests itself in outgoing, social behavior and it’s usually easy to observe.
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[Conscientiousness]
Personality Neuroscience #6: The biological causes of Conscientiousness
This is Part 6 of our series on Personality Neuroscience. Click here to read from the beginning.
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[Openness]
Personality Neuroscience #5: The biological causes of Openness
This is Part 5 of our series on Personality Neuroscience. Click here to read from the beginning.   Openness is a Big Five trait that explains an individual’s tendency to explore and create new experiences, often manifesting in curiosity, imagination, perception, and creativity.
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[personality]
Personality Neuroscience #4: The Big Five personality traits
This is Part 4 of our series on Personality Neuroscience. Click here to read from the beginning. Header image by Roslyn Ramos.   Over the past few decades, the Five Factor Model (the “Big Five”) has emerged as the most well-validated model of personality traits. As a result, most personality studies today use the Big Five as a foundation.
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