In the BIG 5 MODEL of PERSONALITY: I always score 80%+ on OPENNESS TO EXPERIENCE. This correlated VERY WELL to “iNtuitive” on the MBTI. I also always score very high on Intuition: —–via wikipedia— There are social and political implications to this personality trait. People who are highly open to experience tend to be liberal and tolerant of diversity. As a consequence, they are generally more open to different cultures and lifestyles. They are lower in ethnocentrism, right-wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation, and prejudice. Openness has a stronger (negative) relationship with right-wing authoritarianism than the other five-factor model traits (conscientiousness has a modest positive association, and the other traits have negligible associations). Openness has a somewhat smaller (negative) association with social dominance orientation than (low) agreeableness (the other traits have negligible associations). Openness has a stronger (negative) relationship with prejudice than the other five-factor model traits (agreeableness has a more modest negative association, and the other traits have negligible associations). However, right-wing authoritarianism and social dominance orientation are each more strongly (positively) associated with prejudice than openness or any of the other five-factor model traits. Recent research has argued that the relationship between openness and prejudice may be more complex, as the prejudice examined was prejudice against conventional minority groups (for example sexual and ethnic minorities) and that people who are high in openness can still be intolerant of those with conflicting worldviews. from:

In the BIG 5 MODEL of PERSONALITY: I always score 80%+ on OPENNESS TO EXPERIENCE. This correlated VERY WELL to “iNtuitive” on the MBTI. I also always score very high on Intuition:
—–via wikipedia—
There are social and political implications to this personality trait.
People who are highly open to experience tend to be liberal and tolerant of diversity.
As a consequence, they are generally more open to different cultures and lifestyles.
They are lower in ethnocentrism, right-wing authoritarianism, social dominance orientation, and prejudice.
Openness has a stronger (negative) relationship with right-wing authoritarianism than the other five-factor model traits (conscientiousness has a modest positive association, and the other traits have negligible associations).
Openness has a somewhat smaller (negative) association with social dominance orientation than (low) agreeableness (the other traits have negligible associations).
Openness has a stronger (negative) relationship with prejudice than the other five-factor model traits (agreeableness has a more modest negative association, and the other traits have negligible associations).
However, right-wing authoritarianism and social dominance orientation are each more strongly (positively) associated with prejudice than openness or any of the other five-factor model traits.
Recent research has argued that the relationship between openness and prejudice may be more complex, as the prejudice examined was prejudice against conventional minority groups (for example sexual and ethnic minorities) and that people who are high in openness can still be intolerant of those with conflicting worldviews.
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