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Between facets and domains: 10 aspects of the Big Five.
Factor analyses of 75 facet scales from 2 major Big Five inventories, in the Eugene-Springfield community sample (N=481), produced a 2-factor solution for the 15 facets in each domain. These findingsExpand
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Higher-order factors of the Big Five in a multi-informant sample.
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  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1 December 2006
In a large community sample (N=490), the Big Five were not orthogonal when modeled as latent variables representing the shared variance of reports from 4 different informants. Additionally, theExpand
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Testing Predictions From Personality Neuroscience
We used a new theory of the biological basis of the Big Five personality traits to generate hypotheses about the association of each trait with the volume of different brain regions. Controlling forExpand
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Cybernetic Big Five Theory.
Cybernetics, the study of goal-directed, adaptive systems, is the best framework for an integrative theory of personality. Cybernetic Big Five Theory attempts to provide a comprehensive, synthetic,Expand
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Higher-order factors of the Big Five predict conformity: Are there neuroses of health?
Abstract In a university sample (n=245) and a community sample (n=222), we replicate the higher-order factor solution for the Five Factor Model (Big Five) reported by Digman (Digman, J. M. (1997).Expand
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Blue carbon - A rapid response assessment
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Personality Neuroscience and the Biology of Traits
Personality neuroscience involves the use of neuroscience methods to study individual differences in behavior, motivation, emotion, and cognition. Personality psychology has contributed much toExpand
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Individual Differences in Delay Discounting
Lower delay discounting (better self-control) is linked to higher intelligence, but the basis of this relation is uncertain. To investigate the potential role of working memory (WM) processes, weExpand
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Implicit learning as an ability
The ability to automatically and implicitly detect complex and noisy regularities in the environment is a fundamental aspect of human cognition. Despite considerable interest in implicit processes,Expand
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