Positive Versus Negative Traits
Myrene A. Magabo
Positive Versus Negative Traits
Despite what many might think, Positive versus Negative Traits is well known for centuries across nations and all around the world. Positive and Negative Traits are very significant meaning in the lives of many human beings. They are qualities of human consciousness, or perhaps we can call endowments of character or simply disposition or personality traits. Sorted within the categories of an individual’s attitudes, farinaceous attributes, social endowments, and the reason. Each peculiarity shows in two ways; how it conspicuous in a dogmatic interval in one, and how it convicted negativity in a person. Other ways of looking at the features of the human mind including subdividing them at three levels: the effects, disadvantages and benefits. And do they relate to one succession and accomplishments in life.
The Differences Between Positive And Negative Traits
Understanding examples of individuality traits is a definite road to empty the trip into self-disclosure. Dispositional affect is a personality trait to respond to situations, in predictable ways. This trait is a tendency to see things in a positive or negative way. In general human beings seem to have a dark and light side a habit learned from early childhood to elderly associated with environment and genetic. A root of unconscious mixed with the consciousness. And individual’s embody them in the form of both and positive and negative character traits. According to The Happy Personality: a meta-analysis of 37 personality traits and subjective well-being by (De Neve Kristen M and Cooper Harris, September 1998) published in Psychological Bulletin 1998 volume 124/9 zyh, doi 10.1037/0033. “Personality traits were found to be equally predictive of a positive quality but significantly less predictive of negative.” “ Nine Literature search strategies of 137 distinct characters were conducted as correlates of subjective well-being(SWB).” Positive character traits appear to associate with light also known as extroversion (people that are full of energy, experience happy emotions, are enthusiastically, are excited, like to socialize, they assert themselves, achievers). This process does take conscious effort patterns of behavior; this class is developed by individual’s personality. Most people would think the character trait by personality adjectives to be “wrong” or contrary, this is general true but there are exceptions. Features known as the “dark side “ are known as introverts (lack of energy, tend to be quiet, disengaged from the social world, they have less involvement). Example of this would be a policeman may be “aggressive” as a negative and a boxer may belong to a definite personality adjective.”
How Can A Positive Trait And A Negative Trait Affect A Human Being In general, through emotions researchers disagree about the way emotions and disposition affect could be classified a standard classification of emotions is a combination of (pleasant or unpleasant) and activations of highs and lows. For example, excitement is combination of high power, while calmness combined with pleasant and cheap energy. Researcher claims there are two types of dimensions of dispositional affect: positive affect and negative affect and each person has an individual level of effect. These two dimensions are affected by mentally, physically, environment and social. According to researchers “The relationship of features are from five factor models of personalities also know as “Big Five”: Extroversion(energetic, tendency to seek stimulation and company of others), Neuroticism(unpleasant, emotions such as anxiety, anger and depression), Agreeable (tendency to be compassionate and cooperative), Conscientious (tendency to self-discipline, aim for...
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