BFAS Personality test
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The Big Five Aspects Scale (BFAS) is a model based on the Big Five, that is used to describe and measure human personality traits. This five factor model is broken down into two facets per factor. Namely, the BFAS extends these five factors by breaking them down into smaller, more specific facets: Openness to experience: how open-minded, imaginative, and creative you are, broken down into Intellectual curiosity and Openness. Conscientiousness: how organized, responsible, and dependable you are, broken down into Industriousness and Orderliness. Extraversion: how outgoing, energetic, and assertive you are, broken down into Enthusiasm and Assertiveness. Agreeableness: how cooperative and compassionate you are, broken down into Compassion and Politeness Neuroticism: how you experience emotions, broken down into Volatility and Withdrawal. The BFAS is often used in research to measure and study personality traits.
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