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In the five-factor theory, the dimension that contrasts sociable, outgoing, and active traits with withdrawn, passive, and quiet traits is called
a. openness to experience.
b. neuroticism.
c. conscientiousness.
d. extraversion.
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Correct: The more sociable, outgoing, and active individuals are contrasted on the extraversion scale with those who are withdrawn, passive, reserved, and quiet in the five-factor theory.

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My first choice as well, TY for confirming
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thank you for your help
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