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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Principle 2: Dispositional Traits Humanistic traits,Evolutionary TheoryGetting along and getting ahead. Principle 1:Evolution and human nature. "What evidence is there for stability in personality traits?" The Big five vs. The New Big Five Human lives are individual variations on a general evolutionary design(McAdams & Pals 2006). Broad. generally linear and bipolar.Most stable and recognizable traits.Extraversion, friendliness, dutifulness, etc. Neuroticism: Extraversion: Openness to experience: Agreeableness: Principle 3:Characteristic Adaptations Principle 4:Life Narratives and the Challenge of Modern Identity Conscientiousness: Principle 5: TheDifferential Role ofCulture Vulnerability, Hostility, Self-consciousness,DepressedLow scale:Calm, even-tempered,Self-content, hardy Thrive on social interaction.Energetic, chatty.Low scale:Passive, reserved,emotionally unreactive. Vivid imagination and dream life.Appreciation of artDesire to try anythingLow scale:down-to-earth,uncreative, uncurious,conservative Being accepting, caring,Willing to work with othersLow scale:Type A behaviorRuthless, suspicious,stingy, critical. Motives, goals, plans,values,Motivational and social-cognitive development Meaning and Identity Life stories shape behaviorand establish identity.Integrate individuals intomodern social life Hard-working, ambitious,energetic, perseveringLow scale:Negligent, lazy,disorganized,nonpersistent. Content and timing of characteristic adaptations.Development of themes andplots for narrative identity. Referrrences: Kail, R.V., Cavanaough, J.C. (6th ed.) (2013). Human Development A Life-Span View. Wadsworth: Cengage Learning.McAdams, D. P., & Pals, J. L. (2006). A New Big Five: Fundamental Principles for an Integrative Science of Personality. American Psychologist, 61(3), 204-217.Soldz, S., & Vaillant, G. E. (1999). The Big Five Personality Traits and the Life Course: A 45- year longitudinal Study. Journal of Research in Personality, 33, 208-232. Neuroticism, Extraversion, and Openness have significant correlations 45-year interval (Soldz & Vaillant 1999)
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