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Kowrousky, P. Madrid : TEA, Bennett, H. Seashore, A. Existen dos formas 1 y 2 que corresponden a niveles de dificultad diferentes. Wesman] Madrid : TEA, Thurstone Madrid : TEA, Razonamiento abstracto, II. Manga y F. Romano Madrid : Gredos, cop. Burns, Kaufman, S. Cattell Madrid : TEA, Warmth A ———————————————————————————.
Low A: Reserved, impersonal, distant, formal. They tend to be reserved and cautious about involvement and attachment. They tend to like solitude, often focusing attention on intellectual, mechanical, or artistic pursuits, where they can be quite effective.
Low scorers can be uncomfortable in situations that call for emotional closeness or extensive interaction. High A: Warm, caring, soft-hearted, and generous. They tend to have an intrinsic interest in people and they often seek situations that call for closeness with other people. Their friends describe them as sympathetic and comforting. Extreme scorers may be seen as gullible, and may be uncomfortable in situations where close relationships are inaccessible.
Reasoning B ———————————————————————————. Low B: They are less able to solve verbal and numerical problems of an academic nature. This can indicate lower intellectual ability, but it is also related to educational level.
Low scores can also result from a range of problems affecting concentration and motivation. High B: They are more able to solve verbal and numerical problems of an academic nature. This is often indicative of intellectual ability, but is also related to educational level. This index should not replace full-length measures of cognitive ability. Emotional Stability C ———————————————————————————. Low C: Reactive, easily upset, temperamental.
For some test takers, reactivity can reflect current life stressors; for others, it may characterize their way of life. High C: Calm, stable, mature, unruffled. They tend to take life in stride and to cope with day-to-day life and its challenges in a calm, balanced, adaptive way. Dominance E ———————————————————————————.
Low E: Deferential, modest, submissive. They are likely to avoid conflict by acquiescing to the wishes of others, and they are willing to set aside their own wishes and feelings. Extreme deference can disappoint those who wish for a more forceful or participating response from them.
High E: Assertive, forceful, competitive. They tend to be vocal in expressing their opinions and wishes. While dominance can create a commanding, take-charge social presence, at times it can be seen as overbearing, stubborn or argumentative. For example, dominant people who are also Warm A may be more thoughtful than reserved people. Liveliness F ———————————————————————————. Low F: Serious, quiet, reflective, cautious. Though they may not be the life of the party or the most entertaining person in a group, their quiet attentiveness can make them reliable and mature.
At the extreme, they can inhibit their spontaneity, sometimes to the point of appearing constricted. High F: Carefree, enthusiastic, spontaneous, energetic. They are high spirited and stimulating and drawn to lively social situations. Extreme scores may reflect an impulsive or unreliable quality. They may find it hard to rein in their enthusiasm in situations that call for restraint or decorum.
Rule-Consciousness G ———————————————————————————. Low G: Expedient, non-conforming. They may not worry about conventions, obligations, or following rules and regulations. This may be because they lack internalized standards or simply because they follow unconventional values. High G: Rule-conscious, dutiful, scrupulous. They tend to be proper and conscientious, and conform to conventional cultural standards.
At the extreme, they can be perceived as inflexible, moralistic, or self-righteous. Social Boldness H ———————————————————————————. Low H: Shy, socially timid, threat-sensitive, easily embarrassed. They find speaking in front of groups to be difficult, and may feel intimidated when facing stressful situations of an interpersonal nature. However, they may be sensitive listeners, who are more aware of risks in situations.
High H: Socially bold, outgoing, gregarious, adventuresome. They tend to boldly initiate social contacts, be fearless in the face of new or intimidating social settings, and to be risk-takers seeking adventure.
Extreme scorers may be thick-skinned or attention seeking. Sensitivity I ———————————————————————————. Low I: Tough, realistic, logical, unsentimental. They focus more on how things work than on aesthetics or refined sensibilities, and may be so concerned with utility and objectivity that they exclude emotions from consideration. High I: Emotionally sensitive, intuitive, cultured, sentimental. High scorers are attuned to sensitive feelings, and thus are empathetic, sympathetic, and tender-minded.
They tend to be artistic and refined in their interests and tastes. Extreme scorers may be so focused on subjective aspects of situations that they overlook more functional aspects. Vigilance L ———————————————————————————.
Low L: Trusting, unsuspecting, forgiving, accepting. They tend to be easy-going and expect fair treatment and good intentions from others, and to have trusting relationships. High L: Vigilant, suspicious, distrustful, wary. They may be unable to relax their vigilance, and at the extreme their mistrust may have an aspect of animosity. Abstractedness M ———————————————————————————. Low M: Grounded, practical, concrete.
They tend to focus on practical, observable realities of their environment and may be better at working on a specific solution than at imagining possible solutions. They are more oriented to abstract ideas than to external facts and practicalities. Being focused on thinking, imagination and fantasy, high scorers generate many ideas and theories and are often creative. Extreme scorers can be so absorbed in thought that they can be absentminded and impractical.
Privateness N ———————————————————————————. Low N: Forthright, self-revealing, transparent. They tend to be open, artless, and transparent. They are willing to talk about themselves readily, even about fairly personal matters. At the extreme, they may be forthright in situations where it might be more astute to be circumspect or tactful. High N: Private, discreet, non-disclosing. At the extreme, they maintain their privacy at the expense of developing few close relationships.
Apprehension O ———————————————————————————. Low O: Self-assured, unworried, complacent. They tend to be self-confident and untroubled by self-doubt. The extreme low score may reflect an avoidance of anything negative about the self.
High O: Apprehensive, self-doubting, guilt-prone. They tend to worry about things and to feel anxious and insecure. These feelings may be in response to current life events or they may be characteristic. Openness to Change Q1 ———————————————————————————. Low Q1: Traditional, attached to familiar, resistant to change. They tend to stick to traditional ways of doing things. At the extreme, they may not initiate or be open to change, even when the situation calls for it.
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