Five-Factor Model (Big Five) Personality Traits and Universal-Diverse Orientation in Counselor Trainees

  title={Five-Factor Model (Big Five) Personality Traits and Universal-Diverse Orientation in Counselor Trainees},
  author={Russel L. Thompson and Daniel F. Brossart and Alfred F. Carlozzi and Marie L. Miville},
  journal={The Journal of Psychology},
  pages={561 - 572}
Abstract In this study the authors explored the relationship between five-factor model (FFM: Big Five) personality traits (J. M. Digman, 1990; R. R. McCrae & O. P. John, 1992; J. S. Wiggins & P. D. Trappnell, 1997) and universal-diverse orientation (UDO; M. L. Miville et al., 1999) in counselor trainees. FFM traits were measured using the NEO-Personality Inventory-Revised (P. T. Costa & R. R. McCrae, 1992). Statistically significant relationships were found between UDO and one of the Big Five… Expand

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