The 16PF Related to the Five-Factor Model of Personality: Multiple-Indicator Measurement versus the A Priori Scales.

@article{Gerbing1991The1R,
  title={The 16PF Related to the Five-Factor Model of Personality: Multiple-Indicator Measurement versus the A Priori Scales.},
  author={D W Gerbing and Michael R. Tuley},
  journal={Multivariate behavioral research},
  year={1991},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={271-89}
}
This article examines the Sixteen Personality Factor Inventory (16PF; Cattell, Eber, & Tatsuoka, 1970) in terms of recent methodological and substantive developments: restricted (confirmatory) factor analysis and the five-factor model of personality as operationalized by the NEO-PI (NEO Personality Inventory). A multiple-indicator measurement model of the 16PF was constructed and analyzed with a restricted factor analysis and then cross-validated with a confirmatory analysis on a new sample… CONTINUE READING

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