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The Next Big Five Inventory (BFI-2): Developing and Assessing a Hierarchical Model With 15 Facets to Enhance Bandwidth, Fidelity, and Predictive Power
Three studies were conducted to develop and validate the Big Five Inventory-2 (BFI-2), a major revision of the Big Five Inventory (BFI). Study 1 specified a hierarchical model of personalityExpand
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Age differences in personality traits from 10 to 65: Big Five domains and facets in a large cross-sectional sample.
Hypotheses about mean-level age differences in the Big Five personality domains, as well as 10 more specific facet traits within those domains, were tested in a very large cross-sectional sample (N =Expand
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Ten facet scales for the Big Five Inventory: Convergence with NEO PI-R facets, self-peer agreement, and discriminant validity
Scales were developed to assess 10 specific facet traits within the broad Big Five personality domains from the item pool of the Big Five Inventory (BFI). In two independent samples, the BFI facetExpand
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The developmental psychometrics of big five self-reports: acquiescence, factor structure, coherence, and differentiation from ages 10 to 20.
How do youths' personality reports differ from those of adults? To identify the year-by-year timing of developmental trends from late childhood (age 10) to early adulthood (age 20), the authorsExpand
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Is happiness good for your personality? Concurrent and prospective relations of the big five with subjective well-being.
The present research examined longitudinal relations of the Big Five personality traits with three core aspects of subjective well-being: life satisfaction, positive affect, and negative affect.Expand
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Do needs for security and certainty predict cultural and economic conservatism? A cross-national analysis.
We examine whether individual differences in needs for security and certainty predict conservative (vs. liberal) position on both cultural and economic political issues and whether these effects areExpand
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Five-Factor Model of Personality
The five-factor model of personality (FFM) is a set of five personality trait dimensions, often referred to as the Big Five: Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, and OpennessExpand
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Short and extra-short forms of the Big Five Inventory–2: The BFI-2-S and BFI-2-XS
Abstract The Big Five Inventory–2 (BFI-2) uses 60 items to hierarchically assess the Big Five personality domains and 15 more-specific facet traits. The present research develops two abbreviatedExpand
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Tracking the trajectory of shame, guilt, and pride across the life span.
The authors examined age differences in shame, guilt, and 2 forms of pride (authentic and hubristic) from age 13 years to age 89 years, using cross-sectional data from 2,611 individuals. ShameExpand
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