Connections between Big 5 And The MBTI

Connections between the Big 5 And the Myers Briggs Type Indicator

All dichotomies explored in the Big 5 also exist in Neojungian Typology. Six reference specific cognitive functions, others, like neuroticism, describe emotional states. Two, like Outgoingness and reservedness, describe personal temperaments or attitudes.

Stress
Neuroticism
Flow
Assertiveness

Outgoingness

How easy it is for us to put ourselves out there in the world. To take initiatives, to shake hands, to introduce yourself to other people. To share your work and express yourself to others.

Reservedness

Reserved people prefer to study the people around them before they do or say something. They are more observant and think carefully about what they say before they say something.

Openness to experience

Novelty-seeking types like to try new things, go to movies, art museums, read books, and explore different forms of music.

Scepticism

Your tendency to doubt or be suspicious to new things. Your preference for tradition, routine, and things that have proven to be secure and reliable.

Agreeableness

How easy it is for you to connect with and relate to other people, and to avoid arguments and conflicts with other people.

Conscientiousness

Your desire to have a clean and organised surrounding. Your need to make sure things are done in a certain order or at a certain time or place.

Creativity

Your desire to keep things open and to try new things. Your tendency to go against conventions and to question rules and order.

Neuroticism

Your tendency to act on stress or anxiety. How prone you are to doubt or to insecure feelings of worry.

Assertiveness

Your tendency to act on your feelings of confidence and to act with self-esteem and with trust in yourself.

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