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A personality test that measures the "agreeableness" factor

56. The "Big Five" describe the individual's emotional stability, sociability, conscientiousness, agreeableness, and openness.

ANS: T

57. Each of the "Big Five" personality factors represents both a collection of unrelated traits that are present for only a short duration of one’s life.

ANS: F

Each of the "Big Five" personality factors represents both a collection of related traits and a continuum.

58. Chris believes that people are basically honest, decent, and trustworthy. It is likely that Chris is high on openness.

ANS: F

It is likely Chris is high on agreeableness

59. When selecting customer service representatives, a personality test that measures the "openness" factor would probably be more appropriate than one measuring the "agreeableness" factor.

ANS: F

In this case, a personality test that measures the "agreeableness" factor would probably be more appropriate than one measuring the "openness" factor.

60. Michelle is comfortable talking with others and establishing new interpersonal relationships. It is likely that she is high on extraversion.

ANS: T
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