Personality at Work: Raising Awareness and Correcting Misconceptions

@inproceedings{Ones2005PersonalityAW,
  title={Personality at Work: Raising Awareness and Correcting Misconceptions},
  author={Deniz S Ones and Chockalingam Viswesvaran and Stephan Dilchert},
  year={2005}
}
Personality variables have always predicted important behaviors and outcomes in industrial, work, and organizational psychology. In this commentary, we first review empirically supported structural models of personality that show the following: (a) Personality traits are hierarchically organized, (b) the Big Five are not orthogonal, (c) abnormal personality measures assess the same continuum of traits as normal adult personality measures, and (d) there are compound personality traits that are… CONTINUE READING

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