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Agreeableness

Agreeableness

Agreeableness is the fourth dimension of the Big Five Model. It reflects a person's position of empathy, cooperativeness, and kindness. People who score high in agreeableness tend to be compassionate, considerate, and collaborative.

They value harmony and seek to avoid conflict and are frequently perceived as warm and nurturing and are professed at maintaining interpersonal connections.

Those who score low in agreeableness may be more competitive and assertive and may prioritize their own requirements over those of others.

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