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November 4, 2018

System for Big Five personality profile interpretation derived from personality disorder prototypes!

- Featuring 100 Big Five celebrity profiles + explained: the 30 Big Five facets & meta-components ALPHA (= Cognitive Stability) + BETA (= Cognitive Flexibility) -

The chart below displays 20 Big Five profiles: 10 profiles have been derived from the ten classic personality disorders described in DSM 5 (based on the combination of expert ratings & meta-study results), which are represented by
the profiles displayed in respective: pink color (cluster 1), red color (cluster 2), and purple color (cluster 3); the 10 other profiles - displayed in respective: green-, blue- and orange color - represent inverted counterparts.

NOTE - This article was preceded by 2 reports, in respective: REPORT july 2018 & REPORT september 2018


System for Big Five personality profile interpretation derived from personality disorder prototypes: 20 profiles (with frames) + the 30 Big Five facets & meta-components!


In academic science around the world there is widespread agreement about that there are five major personality dimensions (traits) that describe the personality profile of an individual: the 'Big Five', a.k.a. the 'Five Factor Model' (FFM). Generally, psychologists also agree regarding the existence of different types of 'personality disorders': e.g. both the American DSM 5 (2013) and the ICD 10 (1990) describes 10 types of personality disorders. Meanwhile, there is still a controversial debate running about whether so-called 'personality types' exist or not. The latest development was presented in september 2018 by a group of American researchers, who presented "robust evidence for at least four distinct personality types" based on the analysis of 'big data' with 1.5 million online participants involved.

This article presents an innovative system which demonstrates how the Big Five variations associated with 10 personality disorder prototypes (+ their 10 counterparts) can be recognized to cover apparently the full spectrum of possible variations that can be found in a Big Five profile. An innovative system of 20 Big Five prototypes is presented; the system als proposes the use of so-called Big Five 'frames', which represent the combination of the highest- and lowest scoring Big Five dimension inside a profile.

This brand new approach also underlines the need to use the Big Five dimension '(Emotional) Stability [S]' as a point of reference - a choice which makes sense in the perspective of the fact that this postive-pole of 'Neuroticism [N]' was already included in the very first version of the Big Five model presented by E.C. Tupes & R.E. Christal (1961), and it is also used in the so-called Big Five 'meta-traits' that were introduced by John Digman's hierarchical structure of the Big Five model (1997) - where the two underlying Big Five meta-components are being described as: "ALPHA refers to a combination of agreeableness, conscientiousness and emotional stability (the inverse of neuroticism). BETA is a combination of extraversion and intellect/openness."


- Big Five 'frames': combining the highest & lowest scoring dimensions of a Big Five profile -

An analysis of the results reported in two Big Five expert rating reports (Lynam & Widiger, 2001: table 1 & Samuel & Widiger, 2004: table 1) and two Big Five population meta-study reports (Samuel & Widiger, 2008: table 2) has revealed that the 'largest effect-size' seen in the Big Five prototypes for the 10 personality disorders + their 10 counterparts, includes an underlying pattern which suggests that far most of the 20 individual profiles present a UNIQUE combination involving two Big Five dimensions that have in respective the highest- and lowest score.

For example: the first table below shows that the Paranoid structure is featured with a 'largest effect-size combination' involving a (considerably) high score in Conscientiousness [+22,5% in expert study 1] combined with a (very) low score in Agreeableness [- 62,5% in expert study 1]. This explains why in the picture presented at the top of this article the Paranoid profile is featured with a green C plus a red A, resulting in the combination: CA - which can be recognized to represent a 'frame' that is rather typical for a Paranoid profile (even though this should not be taken to represent a necessary requirement for a Paranoid profile to have).

Largest effect-size combination in 10 personality disorder structures + it's 10 counterparts (featured with total average values + average values based on studies which are confirming the frames for individual profiles).

Using a similar approach (based on 'largest effect-size combination') in most of the 19 other personality structures the largest effect size is found in a different combination of two of the Big Five dimensions. Only for the Antisocial structure (+ it's counterpart: the Responsible structure) the result would become the same as the result for the Narcissistic structure (+ it's counterpart: the Humble structure). However, it appears that the missing link in this single problem can be found quite easily by using the results reported in population meta-study 1 and 2, where both studies suggest that the OA combination is an appropriate alternative. For this reason this OA combination was attached to represent a typical 'frame' for an Antisocial profile (+ the AO combination became attached to represent a typical 'frame' for the Antisocial-counterpart: the Responsible profile).

Interestingly, after adopting this solution the result suggests that all 20 possible 'largest effect-size combinations' can be linked to 1 of the 20 personality profiles - which can be recognized to represent quite a remarkable result. Possibly this represents even an astonishing result, as it appears to point towards a more fundamental connection between the Big Five dimensions and the classic 10 personality disorders + it's 10 counterparts... because each of the 20 profiles appears to be inclined to have a unique 'frame'. Nevertheless caution should be recommended here because by principle each 'frame' can potentially be found combined with profiles that approximate more closely to other profile-structures.


Combining the 'frame' patterns presented in the table(s) above indicates that the following descriptions bare potential to become useful in order to serve as a very basic outline for profiles that approach the combination of a specific profile plus it's associated 'frame' - the aspect with the highest effect-size of each associated 'frame' is presented as the first part and the part with the lower effect-size as the second part (additionally, in the final section of this article a much more detailed description is presented for each profile):

CLUSTER 1:
• Paranoid profile [CA]: '(high) antagonism + concentration'
• Schizoid profile [SE]: '(high) introversion + even-tempered'
• Schizotypal profile [OE]: '(high) introversion + openness'

CLUSTER 2:
• Antisocial profile [OA]: '(high) antagonism + openness'
• Borderline profile [OS]: '(high) emo + openness'
• Histrionic profile [EC]: '(high) extraversion + disinhibition'
• Narcissistic profile [EA]: '(high) antagonism + extraversion'

CLUSTER 3:
• Avoidant profile [CS]: '(high) emo + concentration'
• Dependent profile [AS]: '(high) emo + adaptation'
• Obsessive-compulsive profile [CO]: '(high) concentration + conventional'
CLUSTER 4:
• Trusting profile [AC]: '(high) adapter + disinhibition'
• Sociable profile [ES]: '(high) extraversion + emo'
• Pragmatic profile [EO]: '(high) extraversion + conventional '

CLUSTER 5:
• Responsible profile [AO]: '(high) adapter + conventional'
• Determined profile [SO]: '(high) even-tempered + convention'
• Inconspicious profile [CE]: '(high) introversion + concentration'
• Humble profile [AE]: '(high) adapter + introversion'

CLUSTER 6:
• Engaging profile [SC]: '(high) even-tempered + disinhibition'
• Autonomous profile [SA]: '(high) even-tempered + antagonism'
• Tolerant profile [OC]: '(high) disinhibitor + openness'

The impact of the findings described above is illustrated by for example the fact that in 96 out of 100 celebrity Big Five profiles presented at IDRlabs.com (after replacing the 'Neuroticism' score for a score indicative for 'Emotional Sensitivity') the highest scoring Big Five dimension has a value above 50 and the lowest scoring Big Five dimension has a value below 50. This appears to suggest that the Big Five profile in a very large majority of people - possibly approximately close to 96% - can be described to include an above average score in one Big Five dimension combined with a below average score in another Big Five dimension (+ the other 3 Big Five dimensions positioned somewhere in between).

It is stricking to see that all 20 profiles (based on the 'average of confirming frames' scores) include at least one positive score and at least one negative score - see the picture at the top of this article.

NOTICE: The values of population meta-study 1 have been multiplied with a factor of 1,5 (else this meta-study 1 would show the smallest effect-size in more than 50% of all comparisions between the 4 studies and the largest effect-size in only 5% of all comparisons; the weight of 1,5 [= 150%] brings these percentages to in respective: 16% and 24%, which is not far away from the 'ideal' situation of 25% for both percentages). The impact of the extra weight added for population meta-study 1 obiously does affects the 'average' values reported in the upper table above; however, it has not much weight in the overall outcome involving the Big Five dimensions where the largest- and lowest effect-size are found - because even with the extra weight of 1,5 only in 4 out of 50 comparisons this population meta-study 1 produces the most extreme value in one direction (actually, in 3 out of 4 of these comparisions the result would remain the same if meta-study 1 had not been used at all). Nevertheless, the extra weight added for population meta-study 1 does play a significant role in order to find the most appropriate Big Five dimension for the lower effect-size score typical for the Avoidant profile; however, the significance of the CS result for the Avoidant profile is also confirmed by the results reported for population meta-study 2!


IMPORTANT: The chart presented at the top of this article includes 20 Big Five prototype profiles, which can be understood to represent 'personality structures'. Even though there may be fundamental parallels between a 'personality structure' and a 'personality disorder' as a phenomenon, both do represent separate phenomena. Also, each profile is featured with a 5-signs code (displayed at the top of each profile) plus a vertical bar-indicator, describing the effect-size for each of the Big Five dimensions. The meta-component chart at the left-side is presented with the purpose to provide an indicative clue involving the (meta-)distance between individual profiles.
Be aware: when the Big Five are considered from the perspective with the use of the term 'Neuroticism', inverted values are then required for the calculation of two of the four meta-components presented at the bottom of each profile, that is for: 'Cognitive Stability' [S = ALPHA] and 'Cognitive Efficiency' [E = ALPHA + BETA]. The fundamental importance of this requirement is also explained with the content of the table below - which shows that Neuroticism [N] can be recognized to represent a 'negative pole', while Agreeableness [A], Conscientiousness [C], Extraversion [E] & Openness [O] all represent a 'positive pole'. Finally, it is also interesting to see that in the ICD11 system the Big Five dimension becomes indirectly associated with a 'Schizotypal disorder'; the significance of this connection is also illustrated in the chart at the top of this article in the 'Schizotypal profile', which is e.g. associated with a high score on the Big Five dimension Openness!

Parallels between the Five Factor Model (FFM) in normal personality classification & abnormal personality assessment in the DSM 5 & ICD 11 diagnostic classification systems.

In september 2018 American researchers from Northwestern University have presented new form of clustering based on 'big data' (involving 1.5 million online participant), suggesting that there might be at least 4 personality types (Role Model, Reserved, Self-Centered & Average) hidden in the Big Five model; preceding research had claimed major 3 ARC types (Resilient, Overcontrolled & Undercontrolled). The picture below shows where these types are found in the meta-component model. Finally, the 6 clusters (featured with the 20 Big Five prototypes) can be recognized to represent a conceptual step between one the one side in the 3 ARC types * the 4 'big data' personality types, and on the other side the 20 personality prototypes derived from the 10 personality disorders.

Big data & meta-components: 4 personality types (Role Model, Reserved, Self-Centered & Average) & 3 ARC types (Resilient, Overcontrolled & Undercontrolled).

NOTE: The three axes in the right picture represent a speculative model derived from combining the 20 Big Five prototypes, the 4 "big data" types & the 3 ARC types; in this perspective the meeting point of the 3 axes can be recognized to represent a 4th "big data" type.

In order to find your Big Five profile the following (free) online opportunities are recommended:

123Test Big Five trait assessment (120 items)
• PersonalityAsseccor IPIP Big Five tests: (a) 300 items - (b) 120 items - (c) 44 items

Quick Personality Test - Big Five (10 items)


The continuation of this article presents a description for each of the 20 Big Five profiles. The measure for Cognitive Efficiency is indicative for the so-called 'General Factor of Personality' [GFP]; the significance of the latter factor is illustrated by the fact that during the past decade the GFP became associated to represent a significant part (if not all) for the concept which is better known as 'Emotional Intelligence' (EQ).

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- Summary description for each of the 20 Big Five personality profiles -

SPSS has been used to calculate for 362 individuals the average square distance for each of the 20 Big Five prototypes. The profile with the smallest distance has been used to represent the best approximate.

NOTICE: The prevalence estimate '~' for each profile is based on a sample of 362 subjects, including: 262 Dutch subjects (77 males & 185 females, who all performed the NEO PI-R questionnaire) + 100 international celebs (78 males & 22 females, who's Big Five profile is featured at IDRlabs.com: 20 warlords, 26 US presidents, 52 actors & actresses, and 2 talk-show hosts). Additionally, the prevalence estimate for the 'frame' in isolation from the profile is presented between accolades {~}, featured with also a prevalence estimate for the individuals who approaximate both the profile AND it's associated 'frame'. In slightly more than 148 (= 41%) of the 362 studied cases the 'frame' and the most representative profile represent an (associated) match.

The five codes above each of the bar-profile reflect rounded numbers based on the following approximates: triple sign = approaching 75%, double sign = approaching 50%, single sign = approaching 25%, sign between half rounds = approaching 12.5%, and N = approaching 0%.

Also, the assessment result for the Big Five profiles of 100 international celebrities is presented. Based on the average square distance each case is attached with the most representative profile (+ the first runner-up profile), plus the associated profile based on solely on it's 'frame' is also shared for each celebrity.

Finally, special attention for the following 7 celebrity cases (all featured with validating info):

• Angelina Jolie, who's a confirmed Borderline personality disorder [see: Borderline profile]
• Johnny Depp, who became known first for high eccentricity in his roles... and later in his real life as well [see: Schizotypal profile]
• Jennifer Aniston, who's known for her low self esteem [see: Sociable profile, with Dependent 'frame']
• Keira Knightley, who's best in histrionic situations [see: Histrionic profile, with Histrionic 'frame']
• Donald Trump (45th US president), who's well known for being a (grandiose) Narcisstist! [see: Narcissistic profile]
• Richard Nixon (37nd US president), who became known for a 'career driven by paranoia' [see: Paranoid profile]
• Lyndon B. Johnson (36th US president), who became in 2013 identified as the most narcissistic US president of all times! [see: Narcissistic profile]
• Andrew Jackson (7th US president), slave driver + sadistic domination, 2nd runner-up in narcissism in US presidents study [see: Narcissistic profile]


>> CLUSTER I: involves three profiles which are characterized by 'odd' and/or 'eccentric' behaviors, typically featured with considerably low scores on both Extraversion & Agreeableness.

• Paranoid personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~4,97% {CA frame: ~7,18%; profile & frame combined: ~3,59%}

Short description: '(high) antagonism with concentration'
Long description: Paranoia, suspiciousness and generalized mistrust of others | CODE: A-- with E-, S- & O- & C+

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -58.2%, Conscientiousness +20.9%, (Emotional) Stability -26.9%, Extraversion -34.8%, Openness -23.5%;
- META-components: Cognitive efficiency -24.50%, ALPHA -21.40%, BETA -29.15%, Melancholic temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely a Paranoid profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Clint Eastwood, American actor [A=1.8; C=6.3; N=5.6; E=4.5; O=3.1 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Sean Connery, Scottish actor [A=3.2; C=6.8; N=4.3; E=3.8; O=3.4 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Saddam Hussein, 5th president of Iraq [A=2.1; C=7.6; N=5.8; E=5.1; O=3.3 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Christian Bale, English-American actor [A=1.6; C=4.9; N=5.6; E=2.2; O=2.6 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Schizoid); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Tom Cruise, American actor [A=1.9; C=4.2; N=7.6; E=2.4; O=2.6 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Avoidant); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Jodie Foster, American actress [A=2.2; C=7.0; N=7.1; E=2.6; O=6.7 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Schizotypal); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Woodrow Wilson, 28th US president [A=2.3; C=8.0; N=7.5; E=3.7; O=6.4 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Robert De Niro, American actor [A=1.3; C=8.3; N=4.8; E=1.4; O=1.9 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Russell Crowe, American actor [A=1.2; C=8.6; N=6.2; E=2.8; O=7.2 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME Paranoid];
- Vladimir Lenin, 1st premier of Russia [A=1.0; C=8.1; N=7.4; E=2.8; O=7.6 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Schizotypal); FRAME: Paranoid];
- John Adams, 2nd US president [A=1.3; C=8.7; N=8.3; E=1.4; O=6.1 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Avoidant); FRAME Paranoid];
- Richard Nixon, 37nd US president [A=1.4; C=8.9; N=8.3; E=1.7; O=1.4 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Obsessive-compulsive], Nixon's role in the Watergate scandal is being described to have resulted from: "a career driven by paranoia";
- John Quincy Adams, 6th US president [A=2.1; C=8.9; N=8.1; E=2.0; O=8.4 | PROFILE: Paranoid (+ Avoidant); FRAME: Avoidant].

Paranoid Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Clint Eastwood. IDRlabs portrait: Sean Connery. IDRlabs portrait: Saddam Hussein. IDRlabs portrait: Christian Bale. IDRlabs portrait: Tom Cruise. IDRlabs portrait: Jodie Foster. IDRlabs portrait: Woodrow Wilson. IDRlabs portrait: Robert De Niro. IDRlabs portrait: Russel Crowe. IDRlabs portrait: Vladimir Lenin. IDRlabs portrait: John Adams. IDRlabs portrait: Richard Nixon. IDRlabs portrait: John Quincy Adams.

NOTICE - 'Paranoid personality disorder': occurs in about 0.5%-2.5% of general population (more common in males; common in psychiatric patients: 2%-10%).


• Schizoid personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~1,93% {SE frame: ~2,76%; profile & frame combined: ~0,55%}

Short description: '(high) introversion with stability'
Long description: Lack of interest in social relationships, solitary lifestyle without intimate attachments | CODE: E--- with O- (A-) & (S+), normal C

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -14.5%, Conscientiousness -2.5%, (Emotional) Stability +11.5%, Extraversion -83.0%, Openness -28.0%;
- META-components: Cognitive efficiency -23.30%, ALPHA -1.83%, BETA -55.00%, Phlegmatic temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely a Schizoid profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Daniel Craig, English actor [A=1.8; C=4.7; N=3.6; E=2.8; O=1.9 | PROFILE: Schizoid (+ Paranoid); FRAME: Autonomous];
- Vladimir Putin, president of Russia [A=0.9; C=4.4; N=2.7; E=2.8; O=3.7 | PROFILE: Schizoid (+ Paranoid); FRAME: Autonomous];
- Brad Pitt, American actor [A=6.4; C=2.6; N=3.4; E=2.9; O=2.3 | PROFILE: Schizoid (+ Inconspicious); FRAME: Determined].

Schizoid Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Daniel Craig. IDRlabs portrait: Vladimir Putin. IDRlabs portrait: Brad Pitt.

NOTICE - 'Schizoid personality disorder': occurs in about 3.1%-4.9% of general population (slightly more common in males; rare in psychiatric patients: ~2.2%).


• Schizotypal personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~5,25% {OE frame: ~4,70%; profile & frame combined: ~2,21%}

Short description: '(high) introversion with openness'
Long description: Unconventional beliefs featured by social anxiety with paranoid ideation | CODE: E-- with S- C- (A-) & (O+)

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -15.7%, Conscientiousness -19.0%, (Emotional) Stability -31.4%, Extraversion -54.7%, Openness +8.3%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency -22.49%, ALPHA -22.02%, BETA -23.21%, Melancholic temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely a Schizotypal profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazi Party [A=5.2; C=3.2; N=6.7; E=2.1; O=7.6 | PROFILE: Schizotypal (+ Avoidant); FRAME: Schizotypal];
- Jesse Eisenberg, American actor [A=3.3; C=3.9; N=7.6; E=1.9; O=7.4 | PROFILE: Schizotypal (+ Avoidant); FRAME: Schizotypal];
- Thomas Jefferson, 3rd US president [A=5.1; C=7.8; N=5.9; E=2.3; O=9.5 | PROFILE: Schizotypal (+ Responsible); FRAME: Schizotypal];
- Albert Speer, Reich Minister of Armaments and War Prod. for Nazi Germany [A=4.6; C=7.2; N=6.4; E=1.9; O=3.2 | PROFILE: Schizotypal (+ Antisocial); FRAME: Antisocial];
- Johnny Depp, American actor [A=5.5; C=3.8; N=7.4; E=3.2; O=6.6 | PROFILE: Schizotypal (+ Dependent); FRAME: Borderline], Depp has social anxiety (with depression).

Schizotypal Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Adolf Hitler. IDRlabs portrait: Jesse Eisenberg. IDRlabs portrait: Thomas Jefferson. IDRlabs portrait: Albert Speer. IDRlabs portrait: Johnny Depp.

NOTICE - 'Schizotypal personality disorder': occurs in about 0,6%-4,9% of general population (slightly more common in males; very rare in psychiatric patients: 0%-1,9%).


>> CLUSTER II: involves four profiles which are characterized by 'dramatic' and/or 'unpredictable' behaviors, typically featured with considerably low scores on both Extraversion & Agreeableness and a considerably high score on Openness.

• Antisocial personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~3,04% {OA frame: ~4,14%; profile & frame combined: ~0,55%}

Short description: '(high) antagonism with openness'
Long description: Disregard for the rights of others with a low moral sense or conscience | CODE: A-- with C- (S-) & (O+), normal E

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -44.3%, Conscientiousness -36.0%, (Emotional) Stability -15.8%, Extraversion +5.0%, Openness +7.8%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency -16,65%, ALPHA -32.00%, BETA +6.38%, Choleric temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely an Antisocial profile [Big Five profile according IDRlabs.com]:
- Tina Fey, American actress & comedian [A=2.6; C=3.9; N=5.9; E=3.7; O=7.7 | PROFILE: Antisocial (+ Schizotypal); FRAME: Antisocial];
- Ben Affleck, American actor [A=4.8; C=3.7; N=4.1; E=4.8; O=4.1 | PROFILE: Antisocial (+ Autonomous); FRAME: Pragmatic];
- George H.W. Bush, 41st US president [A=2.9; C=3.8; N=5.8; E=5.5; O=2.3 | PROFILE: Antisocial (+ Paranoid); FRAME: Pragmatic].

Antisocial Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Tina Fey. IDRlabs portrait: Ben Affleck. IDRlabs portrait: George H.W. Bush.

NOTICE - 'Antisocial personality disorder': occurs in ~1,8% of general population (much more common in males; very common in psychiatric patients: 3%-30%, prison: 21%-47%).


• Borderline personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~4,14% {OS frame: ~6,08%; profile & frame combined: ~1,66%}

Short description: '(high) emo with openness'
Long description: Intense unstable relationships with other people | CODE: S-- with A- C- & (O+), normal E

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -33.0%, Conscientiousness -31.4%, (Emotional) Stability -58.8%, Extraversion +1.0%, Openness +15.4%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency -21.35%, ALPHA -41.1%, BETA +8.2%, Choleric temperament

CELEB approaching most closely a Borderline profile [Big Five profile according IDRlabs.com]:
- Angelina Jolie, American actress [A=4.2; C=2.8; N=8.2; E=7.6; O=3.2 | PROFILE: Borderline (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Sociable], after dealing with suicidal and homicidal ideations Jolie was diagnosed in the 1990's with a "presumptive borderline personality disorder".

Borderline Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Angelina Jolie.

NOTICE - 'Borderline personality disorder': occurs in ~1,6% of general population (slightly more common in females; very common in psychiatric patients: 10%-20%, prison: 17%).


• Histrionic personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~4,14% {EC frame: ~7,46%; profile & frame combined: ~1,10%}

Short description: '(high) extraversion with disinhibition'
Long description: Pattern of attention-seeking emotions | CODE: E++ with O+ & C- (S-) (A-)

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -11.8%, Conscientiousness -25.4%, (Emotional) Stability -14.1%, Extraversion +49.7%, Openness +29.1%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency +5.50%, ALPHA -17.1%, BETA +39.4%, Choleric temperament

CELEB approaching most closely a Histrionic profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Keira Knightley, English actress [A=5.6; C=3.6; N=4.3; E=7.8; O=6.4 | PROFILE: Histrionic (+ Sociable); FRAME: Histrionic], "who's best in histrionic situations";
- Robert Downey Jr., American actor [A=3.5; C=3.8; N=6.5; E=8.4; O=9.2 | PROFILE: Histrionic (+ Sociable); FRAME: Borderline].

Histrionic Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Keira Knightley. IDRlabs portrait: Robert Downey Jr.

NOTICE - 'Histrionic personality disorder': occurs in 2%-3% of general population (much more common in females; very common in psychiatric patients: 10%-15%).


• Narcissistic personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~3,59% {EA frame: ~5,25%; profile & frame combined: ~1,38%}

Short description: '(high) antagonism with extraversion'
Long description: Exaggerated feelings of self-importance with need for admiration; lack of empathy | CODE: A-- with E+ (O+) & (C-), normal S

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -55.4%, Conscientiousness -10.2%, (Emotional) Stability +0.3%, Extraversion +24.0%, Openness +10.1%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency -6.24%, ALPHA -21.75%, BETA +17.0%, Sanguine temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely a Narcissistic profile [Big Five profile according IDRlabs.com]:
- Charlize Theron, American actress [A=2.1; C=6.4; N=5.5; E=8.0; O=5.8 | PROFILE: Narcissistic (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Narcissistic];
- Donald Trump, 45th US president [A=1.4; C=2.6; N=3.3; E=8.6; O=1.6 | PROFILE: Narcissistic (+ Antisocial); FRAME: Narcissistic]
, psychologist John Gartner has described Trump as a "malignant narcissist" (which implies narcissism- + antisocial- & paranoid behavior; Trump's Big Five profile has the Antisocial Big Five prototype as a runner-up);
- Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th US president [A=1.4; C=7.2; N=8.5; E=9.0; O=1.8 | PROFILE: Narcissistic (+ Paranoid); FRAME: Narcissistic], a 2013 study revealed that Johnson was the most narcissistic US president of all times: "Trump may be a grandiose narcissist, but he's no match for Lyndon B. Johnson";
- Matt Damon, American actor [A=2.1; C=7.8; N=7.2; E=6.9; O=6.2 | PROFILE: Narcissistic (+ Paranoid); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Andrew Jackson, 7th US president [A=2.6; C=3.1; N=5.6; E=9.4; O=1.9 | PROFILE: Narcissistic (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Pragmatic], Jackson's personality is being described featured with "sadistic domination", which became known as one of the characteristic behaviors of this former slave trader;
- George W. Bush, 43rd US president [A=1.8; C=1.7; N=4.9; E=9.5; O=1.9 | PROFILE: Narcissistic (+ Antisocial); FRAME: Histrionic].

Narcissistic Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Charlize Theron. IDRlabs portrait: Donald Trump. IDRlabs portrait: Lyndon B. Johnson. IDRlabs portrait: Matt Damon. IDRlabs portrait: Andrew Jackson. IDRlabs portrait: George W. Bush.

NOTICE - 'Narcissistic personality disorder': occurs in ~1% of general population (slightly more common in males; more common in psychiatric patients: 2%-16%).


>> CLUSTER III: involves three profiles which are characterized by 'anxious' and/or 'fearful' behaviors, typically featured with considerably low scores on (Emotional) Stability, Extraversion & Openness featured with at least score with very high impact in one of these three.

• Avoidant personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~5,52% {CS frame: ~3,04%; profile & frame combined: ~0,55%}

Short description: '(high) emo with concentration'
Long description: Social anxiety with feelings of inadequacy, despite a strong desire for intimacy | CODE: S--- & E--- with (O-) (A-), normal C

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -6.3%, Conscientiousness -0.7%, (Emotional) Stability -72.0%, Extraversion -68.5%, Openness -16.6%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency -32.55%, ALPHA -25.9%, BETA -42.6%, Melancholic temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely an Avoidant profile:
- Ruhollah Khomeini, 1st Supreme Leader of Iran [A=5.2; C=8.6; N=8.8; E=1.2; O=7.9 | PROFILE: Avoidant (+ Schizotypal); FRAME: Avoidant];
- Nicole Kidman, Australian actress [A=6.1; C=4.3; N=7.2; E=2.2; O=3.3 | PROFILE: Avoidant (+ Dependent); FRAME: Humble];
- Osama Bin Laden, 1st General Emir of Al-Qaeda [A=6.1; C=7.9; N=7.2; E=2.7; O=6.7 | PROFILE: Avoidant (+ Dependent); FRAME: Inconspicious];
- Kristen Stewart, American actress [A=2.6; C=2.1; N=7.2; E=2.2; O=1.8 | PROFILE: Avoidant (+ Schizotypal), FRAME: Determined].

Avoidant Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Ruhollah Khomeini. IDRlabs portrait: Nicole Kidman. IDRlabs portrait: Osama Bin Laden. IDRlabs portrait: Kristen Stewart.

NOTICE - 'Avoidant personality disorder': occurs in ~2,4% of general population (equal prevalence in males & females; more common in psychiatric patients: ~14,7%).


• Dependent personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~5,52% {AS frame: ~4,70%; profile & frame combined: ~2,21%}

Short description: '(high) emo with adaptation'
Long description: Psychological depending on others to meet own emotional and physical needs | CODE: S-- with A+ & E- (O-) (C-)

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +27.6%, Conscientiousness -7.1%, (Emotional) Stability -43.4%, Extraversion -23.1%, Openness -11.7%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency -11.58%, ALPHA -7.64%, BETA -17.41%, Melancholic temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely a Dependent profile [Big Five profile according IDRlabs.com]:
- Leonardo Di Caprio, American actor [A=5.2; C=3.3; N=7.0; E=6.1; O=3.4 | PROFILE: Dependent (+ Borderline); FRAME: Sociable];
- Nicolas Cage, American actor [A=6.5; C=2.6; N=8.2; E=3.2; O=7.6 | PROFILE: Dependent (+ Schizotypal); FRAME: Borderline];
- Daniel Day-Lewis, English-Irish actor [A=7.1; C=5.2; N=6.9; E=2.8; O=8.3 | PROFILE: Dependent (+ Schizotypal); FRAME: Schizotypal].

Dependent Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Leonardo Di Caprio. IDRlabs portrait: Nicolas Cage. IDRlabs portrait: Daniel Day-Lewis.

NOTICE - 'Dependent personality disorder': occurs in ~0,5% of general population (more common in females; uncommon in psychiatric patients).


• Obsessive-Compulsive personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~4,14% {CO frame: ~4,14%; profile & frame combined: ~2,21%}

Short description: '(high) concentration with conventional'
Long description: Inefficient pattern of concern with orderliness & details, low openness to experience & low flexibility | CODE: C+++ & O-- with E- (S-), normal A

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -5.9%, Conscientiousness +70,9%, (Emotional) Stability -12.5%, Extraversion -26.1%, Openness -46.3%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency -4.00%, ALPHA +17.48%, BETA -36.23%, Melancholic temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely an Obsessive-compulsive profile [Big Five profile according IDRlabs.com]:
- Karl Doenitz, President of the German Reich [A=4.0; C=9.0; N=3.3; E=2.6; O=2.3 | PROFILE: Obsessive-compulsive (+ Inconspicious); FRAME: Obsessive-compulsive];
- Dwight Eisenhower, 34th US President [A=3.3; C=9.5; N=3.0; E=7.1; O=2.9 | PROFILE: Obsessive-compulsive (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Obsessive-compulsive];
- Harry Truman, 33rd US president [A=3.3; C=8.5; N=7.5; E=8.5; O=2.3 | PROFILE: Obsessive-compulsive (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Obsessive-compulsive];
- George Washington, 1st US president [A=2.4; C=9.4; N=4.0; E=2.8; O=2.2 | PROFILE: Obsessive-compulsive (+ Paranoid); FRAME: Obsessive-compulsive];
- Natalie Portman, American actress [A=4.2; C=9.2; N=4.5; E=2.6; O=4.0 | PROFILE: Obsessive-compulsive (+ Inconspicious); FRAME: Inconspicious];
- Heinrich Himmler, Reichs Führer-SS [A=5.4; C=7.4; N=7.6; E=2.3; O=2.9 | PROFILE: Obsessive-compulsive (+ Avoidant); FRAME: Inconspicious];
- Calvin Coolidge, 30th US president [A=2.8; C=8.7; N=8.1; E=2.0; O=3.2 | PROFILE: Obsessive-compulsive (+ Paranoid); FRAME: Avoidant];
- Herbert Hoover, 31th US president [A=2.1; C=8.8; N=8.1; E=1.6; O=1.8 | PROFILE: Obsessive-compulsive (+ Paranoid); FRAME: Inconspicious].

Obsessive-compulsive Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Karl Doenitz. IDRlabs portrait: Dwight Eisenhower. IDRlabs portrait: Harry Truman. IDRlabs portrait: George Washington. IDRlabs portrait: Natalie Portman. IDRlabs portrait: Heinrich Himmeler. IDRlabs portrait: Calvin Coolidge. IDRlabs portrait: Herbert Hoover.

NOTICE - 'Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder': occurs in 2,1%-7,9% of general population (twice more common in males; common in psychiatric patients: 8-9%).


>> CLUSTER IV: (includes three profiles that represent counterparts of the CLUSTER I)

• Trusting personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~7,73% {AC frame: ~5,52%; profile & frame combined: ~2,76%}

Short description: '(high) adaptation with disinhibition'
Long description: Credulity, unsuspiciousness and generalized trust of others | CODE: A++ with E+ S+ O+ & C-

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +58.2%, Conscientiousness -20.9%, (Emotional) Stability +26.9%, Extraversion +34.8%, Openness +23.5%;
- META-components: Cognitive efficiency +24.50%, ALPHA +21.40%, BETA -29.15%, Sanguine temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely a trusting profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Robert Pattinson, English actor [A=7.5; C=3.8; N=2.8; E=4.1; O=7.8 | Trusting (+ Tolerant); FRAME: Tolerant].

Trusting Big Five personality profile with frames. IDRlabs portrait: Robert Pattinson.

• Sociable personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~5,25% {ES frame: ~3,87%; profile & frame combined: ~1,93%}

Short description: '(high) extraversion with emo'
Long description: High interest in social relationships, pro social lifestyle & benevolent towards intimate attachments | CODE: E+++ with O+ (A+) & (S-), normal C

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +14.5%, Conscientiousness +2.5%, (Emotional) Stability -11.5%, Extraversion +83.0%, Openness +28.0%;
- META-components: Cognitive efficiency +23.30%, ALPHA +1.83%, BETA +55.00%, Choleric temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely a Sociable profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Emma Stone, American actress [A=6.5; C=5.7; N=5.3; E=7.8; O=5.9 | PROFILE: Sociable (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Sociable];
- Jon Stewart, American comedian & television host [A=6.6; C=4.8; N=6.6; E=6.6; O=7.6 | PROFILE: Sociable (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Sociable];
- Joseph Goebbels, Chancellor of Nazi Germany [A=5.2; C=8.1; N=6.2; E=7.3; O=6.9 | PROFILE: Sociable (+ Trusting); FRAME: Borderline];
- Jennifer Aniston, American actress [A=7.9; C=5.0; N=8.2; E=7.8; O=7.0 | PROFILE: Sociable (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Dependent], Aniston has a negative self-image resulting in that she has "spent much of her life suffering from 'low self-esteem' and 'a sense of shame.'";
- Jimmy Carter, 39th US president [A=5.6; C=8.4; N=7.6; E=5.8; O=7.7 | PROFILE: Sociable (+ Responsible); FRAME: Avoidant];
- Abraham Lincoln, 16th US president [A=7.6; C=7.5; N=8.2; E=7.5; O=9.5 | PROFILE: Sociable (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Borderline].

Sociable Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Jon Stewart IDRlabs portrait: Emma Stone. IDRlabs portrait: Joseph Goebbels. IDRlabs portrait: Jennifer Aniston. IDRlabs portrait: Jimmy Carter. IDRlabs portrait: Abraham Lincoln.

• Pragmatic personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~4,42% {EO frame: ~3,59%; profile & frame combined: ~2,49%}

Short description: '(high) extraversion with convention'
Long description: Conventional beliefs featured by social confidence with sane ideation | CODE: E++ with S+ C+ (A+), normal O

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +15.7%, Conscientiousness +19.0%, (Emotional) Stability +31.4%, Extraversion +54.7%, Openness -8.3%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency +22.49%, ALPHA +22.02%, BETA +23.21%, Sanguine temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely a Pragmatic profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Kevin Spacey, American actor [A=6.3; C=4.8; N=3.6; E=7.6; O=4.3 | PROFILE: Pragmatic (+ Engaging); FRAME: Pragmatic];
- Mussolini, 27th Prime Minister of Italy [A=6.0; C=3.4; N=5.8; E=8.4; O=2.4 | PROFILE: Pragmatic (+ Sociable); FRAME: Pragmatic];
- Woody Harrelson, American actor [A=6.1; C=6.3; N=5.6; E=7.2; O=1.2 | PROFILE: Pragmatic (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Pragmatic];
- Gerald Ford, 38th US president [A=5.3; C=6.9; N=1.5; E=9.1; O=1.8 | PROFILE: Pragmatic (+ Engaging); FRAME: Pragmatic];
- David Letterman, American television host [A=4.8; C=8.2; N=3.2; E=8.1; O=7.1 | Pragmatic (+ Engaging); FRAME: Paranoid].

Pragmatic Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Kevin Spacey. IDRlabs portrait: Mussolini. IDRlabs portrait: Woody Harrelson. IDRlabs portrait: Gerald Ford. IDRlabs portrait: David Letterman.

>> CLUSTER V (includes four profiles that represent counterparts of the CLUSTER II profiles):

• Responsible personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~4,14% {AO frame: ~6,63%; profile & frame combined: ~1,93%}

Short description: '(high) adaptation with convention'
Long description: Respecting the rights of others with a high moral sense and/or conscience | CODE: A++ with C+ (S+) & (O-), normal E

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +44.3%, Conscientiousness +36.0%, (Emotional) Stability +15.8%, Extraversion -5.0%, Openness -7.8%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency +16,65%, ALPHA +32.00%, BETA -6.38%, Phlegmatic temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely a Responsible profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Joachim von Ribbentrop, Foreign Minister of Nazi Germany [A=8.4; C=5.5; N=4.1; E=6.1; O=2.2 | PROFILE: Responsible (+ Humble); FRAME: Responsible];
- Dakota Fanning, American actress [A=6.7; C=8.7; N=6.2; E=5.7; O=8.7 | PROFILE: Responsible (+ Sociable); FRAME: Borderline].

Responsible Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Joachim von Ribbentrop. IDRlabs portrait: Dakota Fanning.

• Determined personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~4,14% {SO frame: ~6,63%; profile & frame combined: ~1,93%}

Short description: '(high) even-tempered with convention'
Long description: Calm, stable relationships with society & other people | CODE: S++ with A+ C+ & (O-), normal E

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +33.0%, Conscientiousness +31.4%, (Emotional) Stability +58.8%, Extraversion -1.0%, Openness -15.4%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency +21.35%, ALPHA +41.1%, BETA -8.2%, Sanguine temperament

CELEB approaching most closely a Determined profile [Big Five profile according IDRlabs.com]:
- Vin Diesel, American actor [A=7.6; C=6.7; N=2.2; E=6.2; O=4.3 | PROFILE: Determined (+ Responsible); FRAME: Determined];
- Ryan Gosling, Canadian actor & musician [A=6.7; C=2.7; N=2.1; E=3.6; O=3.3 | PROFILE: Determined (+ Humble); FRAME: Engaging];
- Anne Hathaway, American actress [A=8.7; C=8.2; N=2.2; E=7.5; O=4.4 | PROFILE: Determined (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Responsible];
- Arnold Schwarzenegger, Austrian-American actor [A=3.6; C=9.3; N=1.2; E=4.3; O=6.1 | PROFILE: Determined (+ Autonomous); FRAME: Paranoide];
- Huge Jackman, Austrian-American actor [A=9.5; C=8.8; N=0.8; E=8.4; O=3.5 | PROFILE: Determined (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Responsible].

Determined Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Vin Diesel. IDRlabs portrait: Ryan Gosling. IDRlabs portrait: Anne Hathaway. IDRlabs portrait: Arnold Schwarzenegger. IDRlabs portrait: Hugh Jackman.

• Inconspicious personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~3,87% {CE frame: ~2,76%; profile & frame combined: ~1,1%}

Short description: '(high) introversion with concentration'
Long description: Moderate behavior, emotions are expressed in privacy | CODE: E-- with O- & C+ (S+) (A+)

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +11.8%, Conscientiousness +25.4%, (Emotional) Stability +14.1%, Extraversion -49.7%, Openness -29.1%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency -5.50%, ALPHA +17.1%, BETA -39.4%, Phlegmatic temperament

CELEB approaching most closely an Inconspicious profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Naomi Watts, English actress [A=6.8; C=7.4; N=5.3; E=2.6; O=2.9 | PROFILE: Inconspicious (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Inconspicious];
- Anthony Hopkins, American actor [A=6.8; C=7.2; N=5.4; E=1.3; O=4.6 | PROFILE: Inconspicious (+ Humble); FRAME: Inconspicious];
- James Madison, 4th US president [A=6.2; C=9.0; N=4.6; E=0.6; O=6.2 | PROFILE: Inconspicious (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Inconspicious];
- Christopher Walken, American actor [A=6.5; C=7.6; N=4.0; E=2.5; O=2.1 | Inconspicious (+ Obsessive-compulsive); FRAME: Obsessive-compulsive];
- Scarlett Johansson, American-Danish actress [A=5.6; C=4.2; N=2.4; E=3.2; O=2.1 | Inconspicious (+ Schizoid); FRAME: Determined].

Inconspicious Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Naomi Watts. IDRlabs portrait: Anthony Hopkins. IDRlabs portrait: James Madison. IDRlabs portrait: Christopher Walken. IDRlabs portrait: Scarlett Johansson.

• Humble personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~5,25% {AE frame: ~6,63%; profile & frame combined: ~2,76%}

Short description: '(high) adaptation with introversion'
Long description: Modest feelings of self-importance without need for admiration, combined with high empathy | CODE: A++ with E- (O-) & (C+), normal S

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +55.4%, Conscientiousness +10.2%, (Emotional) Stability -0.3%, Extraversion -24.0%, Openness -10.1%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency +6.24%, ALPHA +21.75%, BETA -17.0%, Phlegmatic temperament

CELEB approaching most closely a Humble profile:
- Carey Mulligan, English actress [A=7.8; C=6.6; N=6.1; E=4.6; O=6.2 | PROFILE: Humble (+ Responsible); FRAME: Humble];
- Cate Blanchett, Australian actress [A=6.8; C=6.2; N=4.0; E=2.5; O=6.6 | PROFILE: Humble (+ Responsible); FRAME: Humble];
- John Travolta, American actor [A=7.8; C=3.6; N=4.4; E=2.2; O=2.6 | PROFILE: Humble (+ Inconspicious); FRAME: Humble];
- Andrew Garfield, British/American actor [A=7.0; C=5.2; N=4.7; E=4.3; O=7.4 | PROFILE: Humble (+ Trusting); FRAME: Schizotypal];
- Rudolf Hess, Deputy Führer of the Nazi Party [A=8.8; C=1.2; N=5.1; E=1.8; O=2.6 | PROFILE: Humble (+ Dependent); FRAME: Trusting].

Inconspicious Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Carey Mulligan. IDRlabs portrait: Cate Blanchette. IDRlabs portrait: John Travolta. IDRlabs portrait: Andrew Garfield. IDRlabs portrait: Rudolf Hess.

>> CLUSTER VI (includes three profiles that represent counterparts of the CLUSTER III profiles):

• Engaging personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~5,80% {SC frame: ~3,31%; profile & frame combined: ~1,66%}

Short description: '(high) even-tempered with disinhibition'
Long description: Social bravery, without feelings of inadequacy regarding needs for intimacy | CODE: S+++ & E+++ with (O+) (A+), normal C

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +6.3%, Conscientiousness +0.7%, (Emotional) Stability +72.0%, Extraversion +68.5%, Openness +16.6%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency +32.55%, ALPHA +25.9%, BETA +42.6%, Sanguine temperament

CELEB approaching most closely an Engaging profile:
- Meryl Streep, American actress [A=4.4; C=2.9; N=2.3; E=7.6; O=4.4 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Autonomous); FRAME: Engaging];
- Elle Fanning, American actress [A=8.7; C=3.9; N=0.9; E=8.2; O=4.6 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Trusting); FRAME: Engaging];
- Idi Amin, 3rd President of Uganda [A=6.6; C=0.9; N=0.9; E=7.3; O=0.9 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Trusting); FRAME: Engaging];
- Jennifer Lawrence, American actress [A=5.3; C=5.5; N=1.5; E=8.7; O=5.8 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Narcissistic];
- Mila Kunis, American actress [A=4.6; C=2.3; N=2.6; E=8.2; O=4.7 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Tolerant); FRAME: Histrionic];
- Denzel Washington, American actor [A=6.4; C=5.3; N=0.5; E=9.0; O=3.7 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Determined];
- Barack Obama, 44th US President [A=5.1; C=7.4; N=0.6; E=6.1; O=7.7 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Autonomous); FRAME: Autonomous];
- Will Smith, American actor [A=8.2; C=4.1; N=0.9; E=9.3; O=4.2 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Trusting); FRAME: Histrionic];
- Tom Hanks, American actor [A=5.3; C=8.6; N=1.3; E=9.7; O=4.9 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Pragmatic];
- Franklin Roosevelt, 32nd US president [A=1.6; C=2.7; N=2.4; E=9.5; O=4.5 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Narcissistic); FRAME: Narcissistic];
- Ulysses S. Grant, 18th US president [A=5.4; C=1.9; N=2.1; E=6.9; O=1.6 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Determined];
- Ronald Reagan, 40th US President [A=3.6; C=1.9; N=1.3; E=9.4; O=2.5 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Histrionic];
- Hermann Goering, President of the Reichstag [A=1.9; C=1.6; N=1.2; E=8.9; O=1.6 | PROFILE: Engaging (+ Atonomous); FRAME: Histrionic].

Engaging Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Meryl Streep. IDRlabs portrait: Elle Fanning. IDRlabs portrait: Idi Amin. IDRlabs portrait: Jennifer Lawrence. IDRlabs portrait: Mila Kunis. IDRlabs portrait: Denzel Washington. IDRlabs portrait: Barack Obama. IDRlabs portrait: Will Smith. IDRlabs portrait: Tom Hanks. IDRlabs portrait: Franklin Roosevelt. IDRlabs portrait: Ulysses S. Grant. IDRlabs portrait: Ronald Reagan. IDRlabs portrait: Hermann Goering.

• Autonomous personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~6,35% {SA frame: ~4,97%; profile & frame combined: ~2,49%}

Short description: '(high) even-tempered with antagonism'
Long description: Psychologically independent of others to fulfill their own emotional and physical needs | CODE: S++ with A- & E+ (O+) (C+)

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness -27.6%, Conscientiousness +7.1%, (Emotional) Stability +43.4%, Extraversion +23.1%, Openness +11.7%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency +11.58%, ALPHA +7.64%, BETA +17.41%, Sanguine temperament

CELEB approaching most closely an autonomous profile [Big Five profile according IDRlabs.com]:
- George Clooney, American actor [A=3.7; C=8.6; N=2.9; E=6.8; O=6.3 | PROFILE: Autonomous (+ Pragmatic); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Joseph Stalin, General Secretary of Central Committee of All-Union Communist Party [A=1.2; C=8.9; N=4.3; E=5.9; O=5.5 | Autonomous (+ Narcissistic); FRAME: Paranoid];
- Theodore Roosevelt, 26th US president [A=1.6; C=8.4; N=3.2; E=9.6; O=5.6 | PROFILE: Autonomous (+ Engaging); FRAME: Narcissistic].

Autonomous Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: George Clooney. IDRlabs portrait: Joseph Stalin. IDRlabs portrait: Theodore Roosevelt.

• Tolerant personality profile: prevalence estimate: ~6,08% {OC frame: ~5,80%; profile & frame combined: ~3,59%}

Short description: '(high) disinhibition with openness'
Long description: Efficient interest in orderliness & details, above average openness to experience & flexibility | CODE: C--- & O++ with E+ (S+), normal A

- BIG FIVE dimensions: Agreeableness +5.9%, Conscientiousness -70,9%, (Emotional) Stability +12.5%, Extraversion +26.1%, Openness +46.3%;
- META components: Cognitive efficiency +4.00%, ALPHA -17.48%, BETA +36.23%, Sanguine temperament

CELEBS approaching most closely an tolerant profile [Big Five profiles according IDRlabs.com]:
- Che Guevara, Argentine Marxist revolutionary [A=6.2; C=2.9; N=4.2; E=6.6; O=6.7 | PROFILE: Tolerant (+ Trusting); FRAME: Tolerant];
- Mao Zedong, founding father of the People's Republic of China [A=2.9; C=2.3; N=4.1; E=6.6; O=7.4 | PROFILE: Tolerant (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Tolerant];
- Ulrike Meinhof, West German far-left militant [A=6.8; C=2.2; N=4.3; E=7.2; O=7.0 | PROFILE: Tolerant (+ Trusting); FRAME: Histrionic];
- Muammar Gaddafi, Brotherly Leader and Guide of the Revolution of Libya [A=6.8; C=2.1; N=5.7; E=6.8; O=5.8 | PROFILE: Tolerant (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Histrionic];
- Mia Wasikowska, Australian actress [A=6.2; C=3.9; N=5.2; E=3.7; O=8.4 | PROFILE: Tolerant (+ Schizotypal); FRAME: Schizotypal];
- John F. Kennedy, 35th US president [A=2.3; C=1.8; N=2.7; E=9.5; O=8.2 | PROFILE: Tolerant (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Histrionic];
- Bill Clinton, 42th US president [A=2.4; C=0.5; N=5.8; E=9.6; O=8.2 | PROFILE: Tolerant (+ Histrionic); FRAME: Histrionic].

Tolerant Big Five personality profile with frame. IDRlabs portrait: Che Guevara. IDRlabs portrait: Mao Zedong. IDRlabs portrait: Ulrike Meinhof. IDRlabs portrait: Muammar Gaddafi. IDRlabs portrait: Mia Wasikowska. IDRlabs portrait: John F. Kennedy. IDRlabs portrait: Bill Clinton.

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FINAL NOTIFICATION:

In the near future the method described above will be used to find out whether
certain hand signs (such as for example: the simian line) are more likely to match with certain personality profile structures.