In the context of a personality quizz, what does 共同志向性 means?
I feel it is something like the quality of being a good team-player, but not sure.
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I think Google actually knows part of the answer.. at least my Google. According to her, there are two possible meanings, both of which are (social) psychology terms.
communal orientation: "desire to give and receive benefits in response to the needs of and out of concern for others"
co-orientation: "[the process of] lining up of attitudinal orientations [toward shared topics] in a compatible way"
Since the question context is about personality and the latter term is about an objective process in a relationship, I guess "communal orientation" is the source word for 共同志向性. So, the quiz can be asking how much you're willing to give without expecting anything in exchange.
Some of the other Google results show usages outside the context of academic psychology, like corporate mottos, but they're very few.