A new experience or situation, or a reinterpretation of existing experience, is encountered.
Studies have demonstrated that people who are high in Neuroticism have a more dramatic response to negative stimuli. Their brains become more activated, for longer periods of time, when they are shown something sad, frightening, or distasteful.
All of us need to be able to recognize danger and anticipate negative outcomes, but we vary in terms of how sensitive our personal alarm systems are. People high in Neuroticism are especially vigilant to the possibility of bad things happening.
People who are low in Neuroticism are more likely to brush off danger signals, assuming that things will probably turn out just fine. Although Neuroticism describes a personality trait, not a mental health diagnosis, people high in Neuroticism are nonetheless more likely to be diagnosed with disorders such as anxiety or depression.
People low in this trait are more likely to recover easily from life stressors and avoid developing mental health conditions. Where you fit in As a person who is low in Neuroticism, you experience less negative emotion than the average person.
You rarely feel anxious, sad, or self-conscious, and are not troubled much by negative thoughts.
Because you are low in Neuroticism, you rarely interpret your environment as dangerous or threatening. In situations where others might become fearful, you feel that there is no reason to fret. You rarely worry about how things will turn out and go about your business without fear of negative consequences.
You are highly resilient under stress. Situations that would cause others anxiety do not tend to have the same effect on you.
You are able to handle stressful life circumstances without becoming overly affected. Although you are not immune to mental health issues, you are much less likely than the average person to develop a condition like anxiety or depression.
This is a sample report for the Big Five Personality Test. Want to learn more about your own traits? Your Personality Patterns Your personality traits interact to create unique patterns of thought and behavior.
In this section, you'll learn how your traits create key synergies that drive the way you think and live. To describe your personality patterns, we use a circular graph called a circumplex.
The circumplex is used by psychologists to illustrate how two traits intersect to create more complex patterns of thought and behavior.
Each circumplex has four sections, with each section describing a typical pattern. The area of each section shows how well that pattern describes you.
A larger area indicates a better fit for that pattern. Some of your circumplex graphs will show a clear preference for one pattern. Others will show a more even spread over two or even three patterns.
Where you have nearly equal scores for two or more patterns, you can expect that both patterns may describe you equally well.
Core Pattern This circumplex describes the essential role you take on in approaching the world.
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