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MOTIV Personality Type Descriptions

moxx | moxi | moxw | moti | motx | motw | moei | moex | moew | mxxx | mxxi | mxxw | mxti |
mxtx | mxtw | mxei | mxex | mxew | mcxx | mcxi | mcxw | mcti | mctx | mctw | mcei | mcex | mcew |
xoxx | xoxi | xoxw | xoti | xotx | xotw | xoei | xoex | xoew | xxxx | xxxi | xxxw | xxti |
xxtx | xxtw | xxei | xxex | xxew | xcxx | xcxi | xcxw | xcti | xctx | xctw | xcei | xcex | xcew |
soxx | soxi | soxw | soti | sotx | sotw | soei | soex | soew | sxxx | sxxi | sxxw | sxti |
sxtx | sxtw | sxei | sxex | sxew | scxx | scxi | scxw | scti | sctx | sctw | scei | scex | scew |

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Historic example(s):
Fictional example(s):
Personality type correlations(s):
SXXXV (healthy): doesn't get upset easily; thinks enjoying being alive is more important than being attractive; thinks they don't need to be any better than they are

SXXXX (average health): appearance to them is not a priority; popularity doesn't matter to them; attractiveness to them is not a priority; has no desire to be at the top of any ladders; desires less social interaction when they are depressed; identifies with the line 'as i would not be a slave, so I would not be a master'; if someone is better than them at something, they are find letting that person take the lead; believes things don't need to be perfect

SXXXD (unhealthy): more reserved than outgoing; more quiet than group oriented; always chooses solitary activities; tends to be quiet; comfortable being alone; prefer to know just a few people well; finds not have to be in control rewarding; doesn't care about dressing nicely; doesn't like being in the spotlight so getting recognition isn't a big priority; doesn't enjoy being praised; doesn't talk a lot; introverted; feels drained by a long period of socializing; in social situations, finds it difficult to start and maintain a conversation with most people; prefers having a few friends to lots of friends; finds being around a lot of people is often draining

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