The Revised NEO Personality Inventory

  title={The Revised NEO Personality Inventory},
  author={Ralph L. Piedmont},

Testing Trait-State Isomorphism in a New Domain: An Exploratory Manipulation of Openness to Experience

Results supported the isomorphism hypothesis for positive affect but not creative thinking ability or personal growth, and open behavior was only associated with authenticity for individuals high on trait openness.

The relationship between personality traits and sport performance

This article was aimed to investigate the relationship between personality traits with sport performance. The method of the study is descriptive correlational. The data was collected using

Presidential IQ, Openness, Intellectual Brilliance, and Leadership: Estimates and Correlations for 42 U.S. Chief Executives

Individual differences in intelligence are consistently associated with leader performance, including the assessed performance of presidents of the United States. Given this empirical significance,

Intrapsychic correlates of transpersonal experiences in four creedal groups

Attributes associated with mystical experience among Christians, Buddhists, Jews and Pagans are explored in psychometric data presented in this thesis. Two such attributes in particular, the

Profiling the Interrogee: Applying the Person-Centered Approach in Investigative Interviewing Research

It is suggested that several facets of the individual play a joint role in lying behavior, and that adopting a person-centered approach might be a good strategy to explore the role of interpersonal differences in lie detection research.

Online Privacy Literacy and Online Privacy Behavior – The Role of Crystallized Intelligence and Personality

Investigating person characteristics underlying individual differences in online privacy literacy and behavior gives insights into individual factors associated with knowledge about online privacy settings and related behaviors that can help optimizing design of user interfaces/assistive technologies that support users to implement their data protection rights.

A Three‐Domain Personality Analysis of a Mentally Tough Athlete

The study's design showed how a holistic approach to personality analysis can lead to a more complete psychological representation of competitors in sport, and people generally, and demonstrated how motivational, sociocultural, and meaning–making aspects of personality can complement a trait profile to achieving a satisfying assessment of the whole person.

The Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP): A Dimensional Alternative to Traditional Nosologies

The HiTOP promises to improve research and clinical practice by addressing the aforementioned shortcomings of traditional nosologies and provides an effective way to summarize and convey information on risk factors, etiology, pathophysiology, phenomenology, illness course, and treatment response.

The Influence of type D personality on the onset and maintenance of chronic illness

The thesis found that Type D personality is a risk factor for onset and protracted morbidity of a number of high-prevalence, high-impact chronic conditions within the Australian population. The