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What personality traits is Sprockets measuring?

Sprockets will analyze each of your candidates across 50+ personality traits and characteristics. Find their definitions below

 

Achievement
Type of motivation that works to make people feel good about themselves

Activity level 
You enjoy a fast-paced, busy schedule with many activities. 

Adventurousness 
You are eager to experience new things. 

Agreeableness
Warm, friendly, and tactful.

Altruism 
You feel fulfilled when helping others and will go out of your way to do so. 

Ambitious
You set high goals for yourself and work hard to achieve them.

Anger
You have a fiery temper, especially when things do not go your way. 

Anxiety 
You tend to worry about things that might happen. 

Assertiveness 
You tend to speak up and take charge of situations, and you are comfortable leading groups. 

Boldness
You prefer to challenge authority and traditional values to help bring about change. 

Cautiousness 
You carefully think through decisions before making them. 

Challenge 
Have an urge to achieve, to succeed, and to take on challenges. 

Cheerfulness 
You are a joyful person and share that joy with the world. 

Closeness 
Relish being connected to family and setting up a home. 

Confidence
You feel you have the ability to succeed in the tasks you set out to do. 


Conscientiousness
Being careful, or vigilant

Cooperation 
You are easy to please and try to avoid confrontation. 

Creativity
You enjoy beauty and seek out creative experiences. 

Curiosity 
Have a desire to discover, find out, and grow. 

Dutifulness 
You take rules and obligations seriously, even when they are inconvenient. 

Emotionality 
You are aware of your feelings and how to express them. 

Excitement 
Want to get out there and live life, have upbeat emotions, and want to have fun. 

Excitement-seeking 
You are excited by taking risks and feel bored without lots of action going on. 

Extraversion
Outgoing, friendly.

Friendliness 
You make friends easily and feel comfortable around other people. 

Gregariousness 
You enjoy being in the company of others. 

Happiness
Tends to remain steady - to not react as much to life's ups and downs.

Harmony 
Appreciate other people, their viewpoints, and their feelings. 

Helping Others
The overcoming of the limits of the individual self and its desires in spiritual contemplation and realization. 

Ideal 
Desire perfection and a sense of community. 

Imagination 
You have a wild imagination. 

Immoderation 
You feel your desires strongly and are easily tempted by them. 

Intellect 
You are open to and intrigued by new ideas and love to explore them. 

Liberty 
Have a desire for fashion and new things, as well as the need for escape. 

Love 
Enjoy social contact, whether one-to-one or one-to-many. Any brand that is involved in bringing people together taps this need. 

Melancholy
a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause.

Modesty 
You are uncomfortable being the center of attention. 

Morality 
You think it is wrong to take advantage of others to get ahead. 

Neuroticism
To experience such feelings as anxiety, worry, fear, anger, frustration, envy, jealousy, guilt, depressed mood, and loneliness.

Orderliness 
You feel a strong need for structure in your life. 

Practicality 
Have a desire to get the job done, a desire for skill and efficiency, which can include physical expression and experience. 

Self-consciousness 
You are sensitive about what others might be thinking of you. 

Self-discipline 
You can tackle and stick with tough tasks. 

Self-expression 
Enjoy discovering and asserting their own identities. 

Stability
Seek equivalence in the physical world. They favor the sensible, the tried and tested. 

Stimulation
Enjoys and open to trying new things. 

Structure 
Exhibit groundedness and a desire to hold things together. They need things to be well organized and under control. 

Sympathy 
You feel what others feel and are compassionate toward them. 

Taking Pleasure In Life
Seek pleasure and sensuous gratification for themselves.

Tradition
Emphasize self-restriction, order, and resistance to change. 

Trust 
You believe the best of others and trust people easily. 

Vulnerability 
You are easily overwhelmed in stressful situations.