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Aggregate Psychometric Traits

Below is the list of Aggregate Psychometric Traits detected by Portrait technology:

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AdvLikesAlternativeCommunicationThe individual may be particularly attentive to non-written and non-verbal forms of communication. Therefore the subject could be influenced by the body language of his interlocutor and by the context in which the communication takes place.
AdvLikesDirectCommunicationThe individual may tend to be easily stressed by cognitive or emotional burdens. Therefore the subject may be sensitive to direct communication, for example, advertising with little detail and few cold colors.
AdvLikesEmotiveCommunicationThe subject may prefer emotion to reasoning and be sensitive to emotional communication such as advertising with warm colors and emotional content.
AdvLikesLogicalCommunicationThe subject may be rational and tend to be open-minded. He may be sensitive to logical communication or in general to communication that stimulates the intellect or knowledge.
AdvLikesTraditionalCommunicationThe subject may prefer a form of communication in which the innovation content is reduced and there are reassuring signals for the preservation of the status quo.
AdvLikesUpbeatCommunicationThe individual may be sensitive to optimistic communication that stimulates cheerful and energetic feelings.
AttitudeChurnThe subject could easily tend to perceive dissatisfaction with people and products. The subject tends to abandon tasks that require attention and perseverance.
AttitudeLoyalCustomerThe subject seeks pleasant experiences with other people and with products. This trait may have a direct relationship with the individual’s ability to be a loyal customer.
AttitudeOpenToInnovationThe subject may be self-centered and open. This trait is correlated with high interest in innovation and the ability to accept above-average changes.
AttitudeProSocialThe subject may be particularly attentive to social issues.
AttitudeSelfTrascendenceThe individual may combine open-mindedness and empathy that correlate with an interest in other cultures or a sense of spirituality.
AttitudeSensationSeekerThe subject could be very reactive and inclined to seek exciting experiences.
AttitudeShareEmotionalPostsThe individual may be sensitive to emotional content and inclined to share emotional messages with the network of friends.
CognitionHighAttentionThe individual may demonstrate a particular focus on improving performance and a strong concentration on tasks. This is linked to above-average cognitive attention.
CognitionPlasticityThe subject may have a self-representation that focuses on strength. This is linked to the ability to recover emotional shocks with good effectiveness.
CognitionStabilityThe subject may have a self-representation that focuses on controlling emotions. This is related to the desire to prevent unpleasant emotions.
CreditRepayDebtThe subject may have much higher anxiety than average and a strong focus on goals and this is linked to the intention to pay debts.
InsuranceCoverageThe subject could be stable and reasonable focused with a focus on planning and managing future events. This is linked to paying attention to your insurance coverage.
JobCareerSeekingThe individual may be interested in creating relationships with others, focus on goals and aspire to self-realization in a work environment. This behavior could transform into an orientation towards professional growth.
JobDecisionMakingThe individual may be self-confident and have good decision-making skills.
JobDisplayEmotionalityThe subject may have a good ability to create empathy. In a work environment this translates into good interpersonal skills when dealing with colleagues and customers.
JobEffectiveLearnigStyleThe individual may have good concentration skills and effective learning abilities. This produces rapid learning of new concepts and activities.
JobGroupTaskProficiencyThe individual may have good group competence and can easily be inserted into a work group unless dominance mechanisms trigger conflicts. This characteristic does not conflict with single task competence since some subjects may be competent both in groups and alone.
JobIndividualTaskProficiencyThe subject could perform better in individual tasks and has a tendency to be autonomous but also flexible. This characteristic does not conflict with single task competence since some subjects may be competent both in groups and alone.
JobNotManagingStressThe individual may not handle high levels of stress in a work environment. Stress could cause anxiety and protective mechanisms that lead the subject to lose concentration.
JobRelationalAbilityThe subject may demonstrate uncommon skills in knowing how to establish relationships with others.
MotivationSeekBelongingThe individual may need to be accepted by a social group of his peers. For this reason, the subject may prefer brands that improve the sense of belonging to a social group.
MotivationSeekSelfEnhanceThe subject could be self-centered and prefer the possibility of standing out. He has an interest in culture and prefers brands that enhance a sense of self-expression.
MotivationSeekStatusDisplayThe individual may wish to be able to show an appearance of power to others. Prefers expensive brands that enhance the sense of status display. This trait is not tied to social dominance.
PurchaseHighSpendingThe individual is usually self-centered and stable and may have above-average spending power.
PurchaseCompulsivebuyerThe individual may be driven by emotions with a tendency to purchase goods to satisfy emotional needs. Subject may be a compulsive shopper.
PurchaseImpulsivebuyerThe subject may be easily excited and without much long-term focus. This could reveal itself in an impulse buying attitude.
RelationshipAnxietyThe subject may be anxious in emotional relationships and fear losing the relationship. This can result in many different behaviors depending also on the partner’s personality.
RelationshipAvoidanceThe subject may tend to avoid overly engaging relationships (affective relationships) and be generally self-centered.
RelationshipQualityThe individual may have a tendency to be open with others and express positive emotions. These individuals usually have a high relationship quality with friends and partners.
SocialAttractivenessThe subject could be focused on managing appearances with the aim of seeking consensus in a social group. The subject’s emotions tend to be influenced by others more than average and this could be related to anxiety or neurosis.
SocialDominanceThe subject may tend to build stable relationships to be dominant in a social group. The individual may also increase conflict with others in order to preserve dominance over them. This trait is mutually exclusive with passivity.
SocialPassivityIn a social group the subject may tend to be passive. He tends to be introverted and does not seek out many social connections in groups of his peers. This trait is mutually exclusive with Dominance.
SocialRadicalizationThe individual may be inclined to project frustration onto others and onto society. This trait is mutually exclusive with life satisfaction.
WellbeingGoodHealthThe individual may be focused on vitality, energy, and the ability to behave and function effectively and without pain or difficulty on a daily basis.
WellbeingHealthyStyleThe subject may be focused on personal well-being and have a healthy lifestyle not necessarily linked to health status. This might include things like a balanced diet, regular exercise, adequate sleep, and avoiding risky health behaviors like smoking or alcohol abuse.
WellbeingLifeSatisfactionThe subject could be confident and stable which could translate into a perception of high life satisfaction. This trait refers to self-perception and not to the sphere of relationships with others.
Aggregate Psychometric Traits