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measurement and evaluation in counseling and Development
EDITORIAL BOARD Robert Davison Aviles, Bradley University Harley E. Baker, California State University–Channel Islands Jean-Guy Blais, Universite de Montreal, Canada Catherine Y. Chang, Georgia StateExpand
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Does Spirituality Represent the Sixth Factor of Personality? Spiritual Transcendence and the Five-Factor Model
This study reports on the development of the Spiritual Transcendence Scale, a measure designed to capture aspects of the individual that are independent of the qualities contained in the Five-FactorExpand
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The Revised NEO Personality Inventory
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The Revised NEO Personality Inventory: Clinical and Research Applications
1.Personality and Its Assessment. 2.Psychometric Overview of the NEO PI-R. 3.Interpreting the NEO PI-R. 4.Profile Analysis Using the NEO PI-R. 5.Applications of the Rater Version of the NEO PI-R.Expand
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Age differences in personality across the adult life span: parallels in five cultures.
Both cross-sectional and longitudinal studies in the United States have shown consistent changes between college age and middle adulthood. There appear to be declines in 3 of the 5 major factors ofExpand
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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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A longitudinal analysis of burnout in the health care setting: the role of personal dispositions.
  • R. Piedmont
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality assessment
  • 1 December 1993
Burnout is frequently interpreted as a situationally induced stress reaction. However, the long-term stability of burnout scores and their correlations with subjective well-being measures suggestExpand
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Spiritual Transcendence and the Scientific Study of Spirituality
There is no doubt that spirituality has become a "hot" topic in the social and physical sciences. This increasing professional interest parallels the growing prevalence and salience of spiritualityExpand
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Spiritual transcendence as a predictor of psychosocial outcome from an outpatient substance abuse program.
  • R. Piedmont
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of…
  • 1 September 2004
Does the Spiritual Transcendence Scale (STS; R. L. Piedmont, 1999) predict psychosocial outcomes from an outpatient substance abuse program? Self-report data on symptoms, personality, and copingExpand
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Predicting athletic performance using the five-factormodel of personality
Abstract The purpose of this study was twofold: (a) to determine if the dimensions of thefive-factor model of personality could be used as predictors of athletic performance and (b) todemonstrate theExpand
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