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The Big Five was developed _____. a)to allow psychologists to work a little less b)to define how a person will act in a certain situation. c)to simplify the eighteen thousand words that existed to
describe personality traits d)No choice is correct.
The Big Five factors are openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism (common acronyms are OCEAN, NEOAC, or CANOE).b)to define how a person will act in a certain situation.
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User: The Big Five was developed _____. a)to allow psychologists to work a little less b)to define how a person will act in a certain situation. c)to simplify the eighteen thousand words that existed to describe personality traits d)No choice is correct.

Weegy: The Big Five factors are openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism (common acronyms are OCEAN, NEOAC, or CANOE).b)to define how a person will act in a certain situation.
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User: Which is a Big Five Trait? a)conciseness b)contentment c)conscientiousness d)contemptness

Weegy: a)conciseness
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User: The concept of determinism believes that _____. a)it's impossible to always stay the same b)people can determine to free themselves of undesirable traits. c)individuals develop according to the genetics they have d)genetics can only control so much of your inner determination

Weegy: c)individuals develop according to the genetics they have
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User: What is true about the debate of free will vs. determinism? a)Today's psychologists believe in a combination of both theories. b)People need to believe in at least one side of the debate c)The debate extends back by one century. d)The argument shows that motives must always be considered and altered.

Weegy: a)Today's psychologists believe in a combination of both theories. One thing to note about the debate between free will and determinism is that both terms tend to be defined in such a way as to explicitly exclude the other. [ But why must that be the case? The philosophical position of compatibilism argues that these concepts do not need to be defined in such a mutually exclusive manner and that, in fact, both free will and determinism can be compatible. ]



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