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Illumination Personality Inventory

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Illumination Personality Inventory is based on the Big Five Personality Test that offers a concise measure of the five major factors of personality, as well as the six facets that define each factor. Factor scores give a broad global description of an individual. Facet scores describe, in more detail, the specific traits of personality that make up the broad global description.

Low Score Attributes
IPI Factor
High Score Attributes
Not easily upset in stressful situations, Relaxed , Resilient , Calm
Experiences negative emotional reactions and feelings of anxiety , Prone to worry , Easily gets upset
Hard-headed, Skeptical ,Competitive ,Proud ,Prefers competition over co-operation
Compassionate , Eager to please , Good natured , Prefers co-operation over competition and conflict
Reserved ,Formal ,Serious ,Quiet ,Prefers working alone ,Avoids direct leadership roles
Outgoing ,Friendly ,Assertive ,Likes working with others ,Enjoys direct leadership roles
Spontaneous , Disorganized , Prefers flexible plans , Dislikes precise details
Conscientious , Disciplined , Efficient ,Well organized ,Likes precise detail ,Strong sense of duty ,Very High scorers could be described as workaholics
Traditionalist ,Down-to-earth ,Practical ,Conservative ,Prefers traditional outlooks and technical problem-solving
Openness to experience
Imaginative ,Open-minded ,Experimental ,Prefers creative conceptual problem-solving

Openness describes a person's tendency to think abstractly. Those who are high in Openness tend to be creative, adventurous, and intellectual. They enjoy playing with ideas and discovering novel experiences. Those who are low in Openness tend to be practical, traditional and focused on the concrete. They tend to avoid the unknown and follow traditional ways.

Conscientiousness describes a person's level of goal orientation and persistence. Those who are high in Conscientiousness are organized and determined and are able to forego immediate gratification for the sake of long-term achievement. Those who are low in this trait are impulsive and easily sidetracked.

Extraversion describes a person’s inclination to seek stimulation from the outside world, especially in the form of attention from other people. Extraverts engage actively with others to earn friendship, admiration, power, status, excitement, and romance. Introverts, on the other hand, conserve their energy and do not work as hard to earn these social rewards.

Agreeableness describes the extent to which a person prioritizes the needs of others over their own needs. People who are high in Agreeableness experience a great deal of empathy and tend to get pleasure out of serving and taking care of others. People who are low in Agreeableness tend to experience less empathy and put their own concerns ahead of others.

Neuroticism describes a person's tendency to respond to stressors with negative emotions, including fear, sadness, anxiety, guilt, and shame. This trait can be thought of as an alarm system. People experience negative emotions as a sign that something is wrong in the world. Fear is a response to danger, guilt response to having done something wrong. However, not everyone has the same reaction to a given situation. High Neuroticism scorers are more likely to react to a situation with strong negative emotions. Low Neuroticism scorers are more likely to brush off their misfortune and move on.

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Illumination Personality Inventory

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