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Extension of the Interpersonal Adjective Scales to include the Big Five dimensions of personality.
Recent recognition that the dominance and nurturance dimensions of the interpersonal circumplex correspond closely to the surgency/extraversion and agreeableness dimensions of the five-factor modelExpand
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Personality and Prediction: Principles of Personality Assessment
It sounds good when knowing the personality and prediction principles of personality assessment in this website. This is one of the books that many people looking for. In the past, many people askExpand
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Paradigms of Personality Assessment
Part I: The Five Paradigms and Their Convergences. The Psychodynamic Paradigm. The Interpersonal Paradigm. The Personological Paradigm. The Multivariate Paradigm. The Empirical Paradigm. ConvergencesExpand
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The five-factor model of personality : theoretical perspectives
Digman, The Curious History of the Five-Factor Model. Saucier, Goldberg, The Language of Personality: Lexical Perspectives on the Five-Factor Model. McCrae, Costa, Toward a New Generation ofExpand
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A geometric taxonomy of personality scales
Previous taxonomies of personality traits have been lexical in nature and have been concerned primarily with the meaning of adjectives in personality description. The taxonomy presented in thisExpand
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Convergences Among Stylistic Response Measures from Objective Personality Tests
RECENT investigations into the generality and consistency of stylistic response measures have added a pessimistic note to the original enthusiasm surrounding the concepts of set (Cronbach, 1950) andExpand
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