Taxonomy and structure of Hungarian personality traits

@article{Szirmk1994TaxonomyAS,
  title={Taxonomy and structure of Hungarian personality traits},
  author={Zs{\'o}fia Szirm{\'a}k and Boele de Raad},
  journal={European Journal of Personality},
  year={1994},
  volume={8},
  pages={95 - 117}
}
This study reports on the application of the principles of the lexical approach to a non‐Indo‐European language, namely Hungarian. This language is a Uralic island surrounded on all sides by Indo‐European languages. In addition, the Hungarians are, in terms of cultural features, Europeans. These conditions provide a great opportunity for a crucial test case of the lexical approach to personality. Study 1 reports on the different phases of the selection of the trait terms from the Hungarian… Expand

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