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PERSONALITY STRUCTURE: EMERGENCE OF THE FIVE-FACTOR MODEL
L'auteur discute un modele a cinq facteurs de la personnalite qu'il confronte a d'autres systemes de la personnalite et dont les correlats des dimensions sont analyses ainsi que les problemesExpand
Higher-order factors of the Big Five.
  • J. M. Digman
  • Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1997
Estimated factor correlations from 14 studies supporting the 5 factor, Big Five model of personality trait organization--5 studies based on children and adolescents, 9 on adults--were factorExpand
Five robust trait dimensions: development, stability, and utility.
  • J. M. Digman
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality
  • 1 June 1989
Interest has grown in recent years in a five-factor model for the organization of personality characteristics. A brief history of the development of this model is given. It is evident that the modelExpand
Factors In The Natural Language Of Personality: Re-Analysis, Comparison, And Interpretation Of Six Major Studies.
Psychometric studies of the organization of the "natural language of personality" have typically employed rating scales as measurement medium and factor analysis as statistical technique. The resultsExpand
The structure of temperament and personality in Russian children.
Russian schoolchildren (N = 480) 8-10 years old were rated by their teachers on 60 scales drawn from 3 sources: the temperament literature, studies of child personality, and Russian educators.Expand
Principal dimensions of child personality as inferred from teachers' judgments.
  • J. M. Digman
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Child development
  • 1 March 1963
Measurement in all scientific enterprises has traditionally had its origin in the sense data of everyday experience. With this tradition in mind, Cattell (4) has suggested an exploration of theExpand
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