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The international personality item pool and the future of public-domain personality measures ☆
Abstract Seven experts on personality measurement here discuss the viability of public-domain personality measures, focusing on the International Personality Item Pool (IPIP) as a prototype. SinceExpand
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A Creative Personality Scale for the Adjective Check List
The Adjective Check List was administered to seven male and five female samples comprising 1,701 subjects. Direct or inferred ratings of creativity were available for all individuals. The samplesExpand
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The adjective check list manual
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A process for an improved hydrodesulfurization catalyst comprising incorporation of a molybdenum in washed alumina hydrogel which is then spray-dried, mix-mulled, extruded, dried and calcined, promoted with an aqueous urea-containing cobalt source, and activated. Expand
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A measure of interpersonal dependency.
Interpersonal dependency refers to a complex of thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and behaviors revolving around needs to associate closely with valued other people. Its conceptual sources include theExpand
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Theory and measurement of socialization.
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Theory, Development, and Interpretation of the CPI Socialization Scale
  • H. Gough
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological reports
  • 1 August 1994
The socialization (So) scale of the California Psychological Inventory is based partly on a role-taking or perspective-taking theory of social deviance and partly on the pragmatics of differentiatingExpand
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A Sociological Theory of Psychopathy
  • H. Gough
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • American Journal of Sociology
  • 1 March 1948
The concept of psychopathy has had a long development in psychopathology. Earliest usage centered around such terms as "moral imbecility"; more recently, the designation "psychopathic personality"Expand
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The adjective checklist manual
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Some common misconceptions about neuroticism.
  • H. Gough
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of consulting psychology
  • 1 August 1954
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