A Generalizability Analysis of Subjective Personality Assessments in the Stumptail Macaque and the Zebra Finch.

@article{Figueredo1995AGA,
  title={A Generalizability Analysis of Subjective Personality Assessments in the Stumptail Macaque and the Zebra Finch.},
  author={Aurelio Jose Figueredo and Raymond L Cox and Ramon J. Rhine},
  journal={Multivariate behavioral research},
  year={1995},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={167-97}
}
Psychometric findings are reported from two studies concerning the construct validity, temporal stability, and interrater reliability of the latent common factors underlying subjective assessments by human raters of personality traits in two nonhuman animal species: (a) the Stumptail macaque (Maraca arctoides), a cercopithecine monkey; and (b) the Zebra finch (Poephila guttata), an estrildid songbird. Because most theories of animal personality have historically implied that certain personality… CONTINUE READING

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