It covers five basic human personality traits (regardless of language or culture) derived from a statistical analysis of traits that co-occur in people’s descriptions of themselves or other people.
Openness - 57%
Conscientiousness – 49%
Extraversion – 54%
Agreeableness – 42%
Neuroticism – 48%
Openness to experience
Openness refers to the category of personality facets associated with seeking new experiences and intellectual pursuits.
Conscientiousness refers to personality facets associated with the control of impulses.
Extraversion refers to seeking fulfilment outside one's self and in the community with others. It is characterised by the degree of energy created through outgoing interactions.
Agreeableness refers primarily to the dimension of interpersonal tendencies, reflecting how much individuals adjust their behaviours to suit others.
Neuroticism refers to the general tendency to experience adverse effects, such as fear, sadness, embarrassment, anger, guilt, and disgust.