Neuroticism / Emotional Range
Neuroticism, or emotional range, refers to the level of internal contradiction, of less reflective and more focused functioning in unresolved childhood aspects, with inflexible defense mechanisms in the face of new situations and a tendency to anxiety, impulsivity and the development of frequent negative emotions. Faced with emotional stability that would describe the ability to preserve the mechanisms of reflection in the face of emotionally intense experiences, one’s own judgment against the opinion of others and a stable sense of one’s own identity. It would include the ability to recover and be resilient in the face of problematic situations in life from which one learns, without repeating.
Neuroticism facets are: