* Conscientiousness *

Introduction
 

Theorists
Gordon Allport
Raymond Cattell
Hans Eysenck
 

Traits
Openness to Experience
Conscientiousness
Extroversion
Agreeableness
Neuroticism

Links criticizing Trait Theory
McAdams
Mischel
 



 

 

Conscientious       -Vs-      Undependable

Persistent, Responsible, Organized, Cautious, Control, Constraint, Thorough, Efficient, Responsible, Reliable, Dependent, Precise, Practical, Deliberate, Painstaking, Methodical, Orderly, Regular, Systematic, Operative, Industrious, Assiduous, Diligent, Indefatigable, Persevering, Unwearied, Plodding, Hardworking, Businesslike, Workaday, Timely, Certain, Sure, Assured, Well-founded, Applicable, Available, Ready, Handy, Commodious, Adaptable

Unreliable, Careless, Disorderly, frivolous, Irresponsible, Undependable, Forgetful, Inattentive, Unobservant, Unmindful, Mindless, Regardless, Unreflecting, Inconsiderate, Thoughtless, Giddy, Wild, Abstracted, Distrait, Absentminded, Lost, Bemused, Preoccupied, Dreamy, Imprudent, Reckless, Slovenly, Overlook, Disregard, Aimless, Disorganized, Straggling, Unmethodical, Immethodical, Unsystematic, Untidy, Promiscuous, Chaotic, Anarchical, Unarranged, Shapeless

Disjointed

 

Find out if your birth order will affect your personality

(Are you born to be conscientious or undependable)?

 

“Dependable and conscientious young people live as much as four years longer than impulsive, undependable, self-centered people”

Conscientiousness effects the size of your posterior and lateral parts of the coronal region of the brain