Basic Assessment Results

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Personality Dimensions

Your placement on five core personality dimensions

Personality Words

Your personality, summarized by over 100 descriptive adjectives

Personality Type

How your personality fits among 16 classic types

One-to-One Comparisons

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Personality Dimensions

In the Basic Assessment, TraitLab estimates your position on five core personality dimensions.

For each dimension, you've received a score that describes how you compare to most people. These scores can range from 1 to 100. The higher the number, the higher you scored on this dimension compared to other people.

For example, a score of 20 means you are higher on this dimension than about 20% of people, or lower than about 80% of people.

98 Traditional Conventional Creative Imaginative Openness 93 Spontaneous Impulsive Organized Persistent Conscientiousness 2 Quiet Reserved Enthusiastic Assertive Extraversion 75 Cynical Demanding Empathetic Polite Agreeableness 42 Relaxed Resilient Tense Sensitive Neuroticism Learn more

Your Personality in Words

Your results show up to 100 words that describe your personality. While all of the words below describe your personality to some degree, some words are better descriptors than others. The size of each word is determined by how closely the word describes your personality. Bigger words describe prominent aspects of your personality, and smaller words describe less prominent aspects.

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Personality Typology

Your personality results can also be expressed as one of the popular 16 personality "types". Using types carries less information than the Big Five dimensions above, but types may be a useful way to compare your TraitLab results to other popular personality measures.

Based on your personality dimensions, you are most similar to:


Each type is a four-letter code, and each letter indicates a preference on one of four dimensions: Introversion-Extraversion, Sensing-Intuiting, Thinking-Feeling, and Judging-Perceiving.

According to popular typology, INFJs tend to prefer:

  • Introversion: oriented towards the internal world, rather than the external one
  • Intuition: oriented towards internal intuition, rather than direct sensory information
  • Feeling: oriented towards judging new information by its emotional qualities and impacts, rather than through logical analysis
  • Judging: oriented towards organizing, categorizing, and processing information as soon as it is encountered

Similarity to other types

Your results are also similar to 1 other personality type:

Very often, an individual will not fit neatly into any single personality type, so TraitLab calculates your similarity to all possible types.

Learn more about personality types and how they relate to personality traits on the TraitLab blog.

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