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Conscientiousness

Tendency to control impulses and act in socially acceptable ways; planning, organizing and executing tasks. Behaviors that facilitate goal-directed behavior (Srivastava) Self-control ability and ability to design effective methods of action (Goldberg)

The facets of conscientiousness are:

Achievement striving

Cautiousness

Dutilfulness

Orderliness

Self-discipline

Self-efficacy

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Professionals used to personality psychometrics are used to interpreting the traits and facets of the OCEAN model. If this is not your case, below you will find non-exhaustive information to understand the meaning of the scores, which you should interpret with the help of professionals.

Definitions and ranges

CONSCIESTIUSNESS TRAIT RANGES
People with a lower sense of conscientiousness are more likely to procrastinate and to behave with frivolity, informality and laxity. They show little reflection and can be thoughtless, fickle and impulsive, with difficulties to organize and little involvement.Tendency to control impulses and act in socially acceptable ways; planning, organizing and executing tasks. Behaviors that facilitate goal-directed behavior (Srivastava) Self-control ability and ability to design effective methods of action (Goldberg)People with high responsibility stand out for their self-control: the ability to delay gratification, work within the rules, and plan and organize effectively. Strong commitment to objectives and goals. They are seen by others as trustworthy, disciplined, punctual and methodical people. Extreme scoring can lead to overly perfectionistic behaviors and work addiction (Goldberg)

Conscientiousness facets

 Achievement striving: High aspiration levels and a tendency to work hard to achieve one’s own goals
Cautiousness: Tendency to think carefully before deciding and acting
Dutifulness: Adhere to one’s own ethical principles and fulfill obligations, even if they are uncomfortable
Orderliness: Need for cleanliness, structure and organization
Self-discipline: Ability to start tasks and carry them out, overcoming boredom and distractions
Self-efficacy: Feeling capable, effective and decisive in dealing with aspects of life
Frequently doubting your ability to achieve your goalsDoubting oneselfSelf-efficacySelf-insuranceFeeling that you have the ability to be successful in the tasks you set out to carry out
Satisfaction with the level of achievement and not feeling the need to set ambitious goalsConform / Modest in aspirationsAchievement striving

Ambitious

Aspirations

Set lofty goals for yourself and work hard to achieve them
Do not overly value order and organization in daily lifeMessyOrderlinessOrganizedFeeling a strong need for structure in your life
Do what you want, regardless of rules or obligationsCarefreeDutifulnessCompliantTaking rules and obligations seriously, even when they are uncomfortable
Prefer to act immediately than spend time deliberating to make a decisionImpulsiveCautiousnessReflexiveThink carefully
in decisions before making them
Having a hard time sticking to difficult tasks for a long period of timeInconstantSelf-disciplinePersistentBeing able to tackle and stick with arduous tasks while maintaining consistency

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