List of all personal values used in the test

Here is a list of all perersonal values used in our test. It was created by social psychologist Shalom H. Schwartz from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. This selection of values comes from his "Theory of Basic Human Values" and is backed by years of research in 82 countries, what makes them valid across cultures.

Social power
control over others, dominance
Authority
the right to lead or command
Wealth
material possessions, money
Preservation of my public image
protecting my "face"
Social recognition
respect, approval by others
Success
achieving goals
Capability
competent, effective, efficient
Ambition
hard working, aspiring
Influence
having an impact on people and events
Intelligence
logical, thinking
Self-respect
belief in one's own worth
Pleasure
gratification of desires
Enjoyment of life
enjoying food, relaxation, leisure, etc.
Self-indulgence
doing pleasant things
Daring
seeking adventure, risk
A varied life
filled with challenge, novelty and change
An exciting life
stimulating experiences
Creativity
uniqueness, imagination
Curiosity
interested in everyting, exploring
Freedom
freedom of action and thought
Choice of own goals
selecting own pruposes
Independence
self-reliant, self-sufficient
Privacy
the right to have private sphere
Protection of the environment
preserving nature
A world of beauty
beauty of nature and the arts
Unity with nature
fitting into nature
Broad-mindedness
tolerant of different ideas and beliefs
Social justice
correcting injustice, care for the weak
Wisdom
a mature understanding of life
Equality
equal opportunity for all
A world at peace
free of war and conflict
Inner harmony
at peace with myself
Helpfulness
working for the welfare of others
Honesty
genuine, sincere
Forgiveness
willing to pardon others
Loyalty
faithful to my friends, group
Responsibility
dependable, reliable
True friendship
close, supportive friends
A spiritual life
emphasis on spiritual not material matters
Mature love
deep emotional & spiritual intimacy
Meaning in life
a purpose in life
Devoutness
holding to religious faith & belief
Acceptance of my portion in life
submitting to life's circumstances
Humility
modest, self-effacing
Moderation
avoiding extremes of feeling & action
Respect for tradition
preservation of time-honored customs
Politeness
courtesy, good manners
Respect for parents and elders
showing respect
Self-discipline
self‑restraint, resistance to temptation
Obedience
dutiful, meeting obligations
Cleanliness
neat, tidy
National security
protection of my nation from enemies
Social order
stability of society
Family security
safety for loved ones
Reciprocation of favors
avoidance of indebtedness
Health
not being sick physically or mentally
Sense of belonging
feeling that others care about me