Personality Traits Summary Sheet Assignment
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Personality Traits. Below is a list of terms that describe personality traits that are commonly found in the population. You can probably think of many others, but stick with these for this exercise. The purpose of this exercise is to compare your own ratings of yourself with the ratings of others. Do others see you in the same way that you see yourself? Follow the directions below to discover the answer to this question.
- Make several copies of the rating sheet below. Ask three people to separately rate you on the list of traits. You should also rate yourself. Select a variety of people to do the rating, such as a family member, friend, co-worker, neighbor, teacher, spouse, etc.
- You and each of your raters should select and check off 20 traits that describe you best. It may be difficult to stick to 20, but force yourself (and your raters) to do so.
- On the summary-rating sheet (located beneath the rating sheet), check off your choices and the choices of each of the raters.
- Finally, evaluate your results. The following questions should help you. This part of the exercise is what you will turn in to me.
- Overall, does your selection of traits present a favorable, neutral, or unfavorable picture of your personality? Be sure to provide evidence for your answer based on your choice of traits (i.e., provide examples of the traits chosen, provide the percentage of favorable, neutral or unfavorable traits, etc.)
- Do the traits identified by your raters present a favorable, neutral, or unfavorable picture? Again, be sure to provide evidence for your answer based on your raters’ choice of traits.
- How different are the traits selected by your raters from yours? In what ways do they differ? If they do not differ, then how are they similar? Provide examples from the various ratings and percentages (i.e., what percentage of traits were the same?).
- How do you explain the differences or similarities you see in the ratings?
- Which of your traits appear to be most positive based on all ratings? Why do you consider these traits positive?
- Which of your traits appear to be most negative based on all ratings? Why do you consider these traits negative?
- What do you think about this type of evaluation of personality? What are the advantages and disadvantages for using this type of evaluation to determine personality? How could you improve this procedure? In answering these questions be sure to use some of the information you learned about research methods in Lesson 1. PERSONALITY TRAITS: RATING SHEET
Rater’s I.D. ___________________________________ (Rater may wish to be anonymous)
Name of person you will be rating: ___________________________________________
Instructions: Check the twenty (20) traits from this list that best describe the person named above. Your evaluation should be based on behavior that you have observed.
___ boastful ___ generous ___ optimistic ___ shy
___ candid ___ good-natured ___ orderly ___ sincere
___ clumsy ___ gracious ___ outgoing ___ skeptical
___ compulsive ___ grouchy ___ patient ___ sloppy
___ considerate ___ headstrong ___ perceptive ___ sly
___ cooperative ___ honest ___ persistent ___ smart
___ cordial ___ idealistic ___ persuasive ___ sociable
___ courageous ___ imaginative ___ pessimistic ___ studious
___ courteous ___ kind ___ prejudiced ___ suspicious
___ crafty ___ logical ___ prideful ___ tactful
___ daring ___ loyal ___ punctual ___ tense
___ dependable ___ mature ___ reasonable ___ truthful
___ diligent ___ methodical ___ rebellious ___ understanding
___ efficient ___ modest ___reliable ___ unselfish
___ energetic ___ naïve ___ respectful ___ vain
___ ethical ___ neat ___ sarcastic ___ versatile
___ forgetful ___ nervous ___ sexy ___ warm
___ friendly ___ open-minded ___ short-tempered ___ wholesome
PERSONALITY TRAITS: SUMMARY SHEET
In order to compare your own rating of yourself with the ratings of others, put your own twenty (20) checks on this chart first. Then put each rater’s checks in the boxes provided.
Raters Me 1 2 3 boastful candid clumsy compulsive considerate cooperative cordial courageous courteous crafty daring dependable diligent efficient energetic ethical forgetful friendly generous good-natured gracious grouchy headstrong honest idealistic imaginative kind logical loyal mature methodical modest naïve neat nervous open-minded optimistic orderly outgoing patient perceptive persistent persuasive pessimistic prejudiced prideful punctual reasonable rebellious reliable respectful sarcastic sexy short-tempered shy sincere skeptical sloppy sly smart sociable studious suspicious tactful tense truthful understanding unselfish vain versatile warm wholesome