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Neuroticism / Emotional Range

Neuroticism, or emotional range, refers to the level of internal contradiction, of less reflective and more focused functioning in unresolved childhood aspects, with inflexible defense mechanisms in the face of new situations and a tendency to anxiety, impulsivity and the development of frequent negative emotions. Faced with emotional stability that would describe the ability to preserve the mechanisms of reflection in the face of emotionally intense experiences, one’s own judgment against the opinion of others and a stable sense of one’s own identity. It would include the ability to recover and be resilient in the face of problematic situations in life from which one learns, without repeating.

Neuroticism facets are:

Fiery

Prone to worry

Melancholy

Immoderation

Self-consciousness

Susceptible to stress

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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

EMOTIONAL RANGE / NEUROTICISM
They do not usually feel anger and flee from anger, their state is animated and they know how to properly manage personal crises. More likely to feel confident, self-assured and adventurous and to emerge stronger from diversity. Tendency to equanimity and objectivity. They are perceived as people with emotional intelligence.Neuroticism, or emotional range, refers to the level of internal contradiction, of less reflective and more focused functioning in unresolved childhood aspects, with inflexible defense mechanisms in the face of new situations and a tendency to anxiety, impulsivity and the development of frequent negative emotions. Faced with emotional stability that would describe the ability to preserve the mechanisms of reflection in the face of emotionally intense experiences, one’s own judgment against the opinion of others and a stable sense of one’s own identity. It would include the ability to recover and be resilient in the face of problematic situations in life from which one learns, without repeating.Unpredictable behavior, their reactions vary without being very clear why and are usually exaggerated. Those with a high level of neuroticism have a certain propensity to anxiety, sadness, worry and low self-esteem. They can be temperamental or easily angry, and tend to be self-conscious and insecure


Neuroticism facets

Fiery: Tendency to anger and irritation at inconveniences
Prone to worry: Tendency to worry, nervousness and fear
Melancholy: Tendency to feelings of guilt, sadness and loneliness.
Immoderation: Difficulty in controlling impulses and needs
Self-consciousness: Tendency to feel shame and fear of ridicule. Concern for the opinion of others
Susceptibility to stress: Tendency to overwhelm in stressful situations

RANGES

Tending to feel calm and confidentQuietAnxiety / Prone to worryAnxiousTend to worry about things that may happen
Handle unexpected situations calmly and effectivelyCalm under pressureVulnerability / Susceptibility to stressSusceptible to stressBeing easily overwhelmed in stressful situations. Vulnerability
Being hard to embarrass and trust yourself most of the timeConfidentSocial anxiety / Self-consciousnessSelf-consciousBe sensitive to what others may think of yourself
Be generally comfortable with yourself as you areHappyDepression / MelancholyMelancholicThinking often enough about the things that you are unhappy with
Have control over your desires, which are not especially intenseReflexiveImpulsiveness/ImmoderationImpulsiveFeel the desires firmly and be easily tempted by them
Don’t get angry easilyPeacefulFieryFieryHave a fiery temperament, especially when things don’t go as expected

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