Sex di erences in the Big Five personality factors : Testing an evolutionary hypothesis

@inproceedings{Budaev1999SexDE,
  title={Sex di erences in the Big Five personality factors : Testing an evolutionary hypothesis},
  author={Sergey V. Budaev},
  year={1999}
}
Sex di€erences in the Big Five personality structure, as assessed by combined JPI and PRF scales, were examined in a student population (N=528) using factor analytic and covariance structure analysis techniques. An evolutionary hypothesis was tested, that the factor which lies between classical Agreeableness vs. Hostility and Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability is the basic dimension of dominance-related aggressiveness maintained by frequency-dependent selection. The hypothesis predicts that… CONTINUE READING
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