Openness versus intellect: A lexical left turn

@inproceedings{Trapnell1994OpennessVI,
  title={Openness versus intellect: A lexical left turn},
  author={Paul D. Trapnell},
  year={1994}
}
In a recent article, Saucier (1992) disputed McCrae's (1990) view that lexically defined Intellect differs in fundamental ways from questionnaire-defined Openness to Experience, and that these differences are due to lexical underrepresentation of some openness facets. A re-analysis of Saucier's (1992) lexical data and questionnaire ‘Factor V’ from three samples are presented, which calls into question Saucier's conclusion that the Openness-against-Intellect debate may be ‘much ado about nothing… CONTINUE READING

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