Siren Watcher Psychology Profile Agreeableness:
20% Agreeableness (the primary dimension of care for others)
The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 61.5. For men it is 38.5.
Agreeableness has two aspects:
48%– Compassion (the tendency to empathically experience the emotion of others)
7%– Politeness (the proclivity to abide by interpersonal norms)
Low in Agreeableness
- Not so nice: stubborn, dominant, harsh, skeptical, competitive, and even predatory.
- Straightforward and blunt, so you know where you stand.
- Strongly tend towards dominance rather than submission.
- Seen by others as competitive, colder, tougher and less empathetic.
- Willing to engage in conflict, less concerned about the emotional state of others, and will sacrifice peace and harmony to make a point or get things done.
- Don’t easily feel pity.
- Difficult for them to be taken advantage of.
- They can cooperate, when cooperation is in their interest, but very much appreciate competition.
- Will not easily lose arguments, or avoid discussions, and can enjoy the battle.
- Good at bargaining for themselves, or negotiating for more power or recognition so are likely to have higher salaries.
- They tend not to sacrifice medium-to-long term stability and function, for the sake of short-term peace.
- Can be seen as overbearing.
- Disagreeable people prefer systematizing over empathizing, and are more interested in things – machines and technology. Such as engineering and construction.