De Big 5 staat voor:
Openness, Conscientiousness, Extroversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism (OCEAN, or CANOE if rearranged). The Neuroticism factor is sometimes referred to as Emotional Stability. Some disagreement remains about how to interpret the Openness factor, which is sometimes called "Intellect". Each factor consists of a cluster of more specific traits that correlate together. For example, extraversion includes such related qualities as sociability, excitement seeking, impulsiveness, and positive emotions.
Naargelang de soort humor:
waren de resultaten als volgt:
- Affiliative: use of humor to amuse others and facilitate relationships
- Self enhancing: use of humor to cope with stress and maintain a humorous outlook during times of difficulty
- Aggressive: use of sarcastic, manipulative, put-down, or disparaging humor
- Self-defeating: use of humor for excessive self-disparagement, ingratiation, or defensive denial
uit: blog: What Humor Style Do You Have?
- The first two positive styles are negatively correlated with anxiety and depression and positively correlated with self-esteem, extraversion, openness and agreeableness.
- The last two are negatively correlated with agreeableness and conscientiousness and positively correlated with neuroticism, hostility and aggression
- Those participants who score high on average on all 4 styles are outgoing, impulsive and open to new experiences.
- Those below average on all of the styles are restrained, not outgoing and well focused and organized. Recognizable, those with humor and those without are easily recognizable in these findings.
- Those above average on the positive humor styles and below average on the negative humor styles are well balanced, low in anxiety, and positive towards themselves and others. They mostly use more lighthearted humor content, such as satire, irony,and philosophical humor.
- Those in cluster 4, above average on the negative styles and below average on the positive styles are not open to new experiences and negative towards themselves as well as others: Such people might use humor to defend against perceived threats to their self-image. Specifically, their use of aggressive humor can devalue those who they perceive as not valuing them. This could result in humor content which is sexist, racist, or sick
abstract artikel: Galloway, G. (2010). Individual differences in personal humor styles: Identification of prominent patterns and their associates Personality and Individual Differences