The Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF).

@inproceedings{Cattell2008TheSP,
  title={The Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF).},
  author={Heather E. P. Cattell and Alan Mead},
  year={2008}
}
The Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF) is a comprehensive measure of normalrange personality found to be effective in a variety of settings where an in-depth assessment of the whole person is needed. The 16PF traits, presented in Table 7.1, are the result of years of factor-analytic research focused on discovering the basic structural elements of personality (Cattell, R.B., 1957, 1973). In addition to discovering the sixteen normal-range personality traits for which the instrument… 

A review of the structure of normal range personality

The current thesis presents five studies which consider the structure of normal range human personality as measured by psychometric inventories. The primary aim of the thesis was to develop a

The Sixteen-Factor Model of Personality

The sixteen-factor model of personality represents a unique and momentous chapter in the history of personality research. Emerging out of the lexical tradition and factor analytic studies, the

The Psychometric Evaluation of a Personality Selection Tool

Personality is one of the primary ways that people are distinguished from one another on the basis of their unique tendencies and behavioral patterns. Decades of empirical research have yielded five

Validating Cattell’s Sixteen Personality Factor Model with Exploratory Factor Analysis

  • Psychology
  • 2015
As one of the first uses of factor analysis, Raymond Cattell’s Sixteen Personality Factor model was a revolution in psychometrics, paving the way for contemporary personality measures such as the Big

Chapter # 7 INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS AND PERSONALITY TRAITS IN ADULT PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS : INTERDEPENDENCE PHENOMENA

The purpose of this study was to investigate the interdependence between interpersonal relations and personality traits in would-be psychologists. The sample consisted of 115 students (aged between

The Big Five Personality Traits as Predictors of Academic Maturity

Big Five measures of personality have long been used to assess the relationship between personality and academic perfonnance. The Academic Maturity Scale CAMS), a 101-item instrument designed to

LINKING TRAITS AND PERSONAL CONSTRUCTS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY THROUGHOUT LEVELS OF PERSONALITY

This article presents a preliminary study of links between personal constructs and traits. The con- ceptual framework for this study is the domains of personality model postulated by McAdams (1995)

Does personality measured by NEO-FFI consist of five dimensions?

This study aimed to explore the validity of the Persian 60-statement Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) developed by Costa and McCrae (1992) by employing schema theory and factor analysis. To this end,

Cattell on intelligence and personality

Article history: Received 16 December 2015 Accepted 6 April 2016 The two most prominent individual differences researchers of the twentieth century were Hans J. Eysenck and Raymond B. Cattell. Both

Examination of The Big Five And Narrow Traits In Relation To Learner Self-Direction

Self-direction in learning is a major topic in the field of adult learning. There has been extensive coverage of the topic by theorists, researchers, and practitioners. However, there have been few
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 186 REFERENCES

Personality traits beyond the big five: are they within the HEXACO space?

Results indicated that the first unrotated factor underlying the 10 SPI traits was heavily saturated with variance from Honesty-Humility, highlighting the importance of the facet-level assessment of personality traits.

A Large Scale Cross-Validation of Second-Order Personality Structure Defined by the 16PF

The second-order factors structure of the 16 Personality Factor Questionnaire (16PF) was cross-validated on a large sample (N = 17,381) of normal males and females. Subjects were sampled across a

An alternative "description of personality": the big-five factor structure.

  • L. R. Goldberg
  • Psychology
    Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 1990
The generality of this 5-factor model is here demonstrated across unusually comprehensive sets of trait terms, which suggest their potential utility as Big-Five markers in future studies.

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

The original 16PF remains robust in the context of these more recent developments: restricted (confirmatory) factor analysis and the five-factor model of personality as operationalized by the NEO-PI (NEO Personality Inventory).

Handbook for the sixteen personality factor questionnaire (16 PF)

education is careful consideration to human factor. Cattell R.B., Eber H.W., Tatsuoka M.M. Handbook for the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire. (16PF). *Sixteen Personality Factor

The relationship between the fourth edition (2003) of the locus of control inventory and the sixteen personality factor.

The principal objective of the study was to determine the relationship between the fourth edition (2003) of the Locus of Control Inventory (LCI) and version 5 of the Sixteen Personality Factor

THE STRUCTURE OF CONSCIENTIOUSNESS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION BASED ON SEVEN MAJOR PERSONALITY QUESTIONNAIRES

The purpose of this study was to identify the underlying structure of the trait domain of Conscientiousness using scales drawn from 7 major personality inventories. Thirty-six scales conceptually

The Need to Be Different: Primary Trait Structure and Impact on Projective Drawings

The value set on behavioral variation for its own sake (or the need to be different) is a personality variable nested within social learning theory; a strong need to be different should, in theory,
...