4 primary factors
The four Primary Factors measured by PI are Factor A (Dominance), Factor B (Extraversion), Factor C (Patience) and Factor D (Formality).
Each of the four Primary Factors is a drive to behave in a particular way, and each is different from the others. Every individual has all four Factors in his or her total pattern of behavior.
Dominance: The drive to exert one’s influence on people or events
Extraversion: The drive for social interaction with other people
Patience: The drive for consistency and stability
Formality: The drive to conform to rules and structure
Understanding the 4 factors
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