Personality Inventory - Science topic
Personality Inventory is a check list, usually to be filled out by a person about himself, consisting of many statements about personal characteristics which the subject checks.
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Through a survey, I have measured the Big Five Personality traits and Task Performance.
Now I'm about to do the regression analysis, however, I'm not sure if I should do a simple linear or multiple linear regression.
In the case of openness when I run a simple linear regression (DV: task performance IV: openness) my results are:
Unstandardized B= .494
so the results are positive & significant
But when I run multiple linear regression (DV: task performance, IV: openness, conscientiousness, agreeableness, extraversion, neuroticism) my results for example for openness are:
Unstandardized B= .110
so the results are positive & not significant
Now, I'm confused about which one should I use and why.
I've developed a work personality inventory and want to make sure my questions are valid. For each question, there is a choice of 8 responses corresponding to the different work personality types. I have asked a pilot sample to select their first, second and third most preferred answers but now I'm stuck. ts similar to a mostly A's are a certain type, mostly B's are another type and mostly C's are another type ...x 8. But now I want the responses to be mixed up. How do I assign who fits into which personality type? Please refer me to any articles, references or guides? Any advise would be so appreciated
I have a long survey that includes the BFI-2-S along with other preference related questions, I want to incorporate a questionnaire about MBTI as well. However, the survey is too long and I need a very short or abbreviated form for MBTI; maybe like a 3 to 4 questions per domain (mind, energy, nature, tactics). Is there something already tested or is it okay to make up single-choice questions about each of MBTI four domains' traits? I prefer if there is a 5-point scale abbreviated inventory.
I want to publish a paper on consumer behavior based on this survey. So I want to be sure that there won't be any problems because of my translation. My English level is okay, but I thought maybe some specific steps would be required regarding the translation.
Can someone share experience of conducting an online test for college students in mass (by college or NGOs) with an objective of identifying depression or Bi-polar probables? Does this work? Which test is used?
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I am thinking in applying the Exploratory Structural Equation Modelling (ESEM) technique to evaluate the factor structure of a personality inventory. I have recently read about Set-ESEM, which Marsh et al. (2019) described as follows:
In Set-ESEM, two or more a priori sets of constructs are modeled within a single model such that cross-loadings are permissible within the same set of factors (as in Full-ESEM) but are constrained to be zero for factors in different sets (as in CFA).
I know that the psych package in R can perform ESEM analysis, but I was wondering if it is possible to use this or another package in order to conduct Set-ESEM.
Thanks in advance,
Most studies use the NEO-PI-R- 240 item scale by Costa & McCrae (1992) OR NEO-FFI- 60 item scale by Costa & McCrae (2003). Despite being the literature has many other shorter and new scales. The newest and shortest one is the Ten Item Personality Inventory (TIPI) by Gosling, Rentflow & Swann (2003). I am looking for an explanation on why using the NEO scale and why not using other scales like TIPI.
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Hi, I'm trying to divide my participants into 2 groups based on being "extrovert" or " introvert". In the manual I see no guidelines on how to classify a person as extrovert or introvert.
I looked up the information on some non-authentic sources, and they instruct that there are 24 ,24 and 9 for extrovert, neurotic and lie score. The more point you have the more extrovert, neurotic you are.
That being said, I have 2 questions:
what would you rate a participant 's personality if they score 12/24 in Extrovert scale, is the person an I or an E ?
A person with larger than 5 score in lie scale will be as trustworthy as someone who score below 5 ? or should they be eliminated from the respondent list ?
I am thinking of looking into understanding the personality makeup of individuals who are more accepting towards others of different races, religion, culture. Will appreciate if anyone can recommend a good scale that specifically measures acceptance of differing opinions, worldviews of perceived "outgroups". Thanks.
The very first version with 240 items and a dichotomous answer format was developed by Cloninger (1993) and later translated into German by Richter et al. (1999). Since then, the German version has not been revised in contrary to the English one. Unfortunately, I can't find both the German and the original English version. Can anyone help me? Is anybody using the TCI in general?
I developed a stand-alone, self-report scale to assess social desirability/ positive impression management in juvenile delinquents being evaluated for legal disposition purposes. Based on very preliminary, small sample size field testing, this scale was found to have high correlations with other scales, e.g., the Defensiveness scale of the Personality Inventory for Youth, the Denial Scale of the Jesness Inventory-Revised, and moderate, inverse correlations with scales such as the Externalizing, Rule-Breaking, Anxious/Depressed scales on the Youth Self-Report. Does anyone have the interest and resources to field test this measure with larger samples to examine convergent and discriminant associations?
Robert Semel, Psy.D.
I'm an undergrad psychology student writing a paper on personality and I have come across the concept of orthogonality numerous times. I understand that it refers to the statistical independence of each variable, my question is what is the importance of this? Is orthogonality needed for analysis or is there another reason?
I'm currently working on my bachelor's thesis and my study contains the Narcissistic Personality Inventory (NPI). My professor recomended the following article to me: " Narcissism predicts impulsive buying: phenotypic and genetic evidence" by Huajian Cai, Yuanyuan Shi, Xiang Fang and Yu L. L. Luo. Now I would like to calculate the NPI score for each participant, but the instructions are not really clear. Where do I find like a manual how to calculate the score? I want to devide the participants into two groups: maladaptive and adaptive narcissism
I'd be thankful for every bit of information I can get!
Thank you and best regards,
I am looking for a version of the NEO-FFI questionnaire, but cannot seem to find it. There are physical copies at the library of my university, but due to the COVID-19 outbreak this is closed. Would be very appreciated if someone could help me with a link.
Thank you in advance.
I am having some trouble finding other programs who use the most updated versions of the MCMI and/or MMPI. Can anyone weigh in on the value of switching?
If you use the new scales, what was the rationale for switching? How has your experience been with them compared to their predecessors?
If you have consciously chosen not to switch - why not?
In my research I am investigating the relationship between HEXACO personality Inventory 60-item and Organizational Citizenship Behaviour Motives Scale 10-item. I ran shapiro.test to check for normality and almost all variables were not normally distributed.
My first question: what correlation type is better to use?
Second, how to create a correlation matrix in Excel for the six traits (Honesty-Humility, Emotionality, Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness & Opennes to experience), and the OCB motives (impression management, organizational concern and prosocial values)?
I am looking for papers that examine the associations between the Dark Triad and values of the Moral Foundations Theory.
If you're doing research on this, have any published or unpublished manuscript or data, I would love to hear from you!
Alternatively, please comment on our project below with a link to your paper.
Trying to establish relationship between A (independent variable) and B (dependent variable) along with C (moderator)
in my research research C is culture ...how we can measure the culture ( Dimension of Culture)
HPI is a widespread tool in Italy applied during assessment process, but I need at least basic information about its validity
In our research paper can we use Big Five Inventory‐10 (BFI‐10) scale as a independent variables .
and which can be dependent variable ?
Do you know whether it has been developed a version of the HEXACO Personality Inventory and/or of the Big Five Personality traits questionnaire suitable for analysing primary school-aged children's personality traits?
Other questionnaires investigating children's prosocial and antisocial tendencies are welcome, if you can advise any.
Obviously I am looking for observer report forms as the questionnaire(s) should be filled in by children's parents or caregivers.
Thank you very much!
NEO personality inventory has long and short versions. NEO-FFI-R is the revised form of NEO-FFI. I need the last one (NEO-FFI-R) for a research.
I'm working on a thesis about Borderline Personality Disorder and comoribidity with Drug Use Disorder. One purpose is to compare diagnosis made by SCID-II, SWAP-200 and PID-5. On literature I can't find how to scoring PID-5, or better, which result I have to consider pathological. For example, is it corret to consider 1-2 moderately pathological and 2-3 severely pathological? Or is the cut-off only 1.5?
I need to compare Big Five Personality measurement. I had the Neo FFI with 60 items, but when I used it I always have weak reliability coefficient. So I need the other version of Big Five Personality Inventory
Hi, I'm trying to score my participants score into their BigFive Personality but have not got the scoring sheet. Does anyone have it or know where can I get that?
I am conducting a study that involves measuring various personal characteristics that can influence the way people respond to apologies -- one of which is, naturally, dispositional (or trait level) forgiveness. Various scales/ questionnaires exist to measure dispositional forgiveness, such as the Tendency to Forgive Scale and the Heartland Forgiveness Scale, but I am wondering if anyone has experience with such instruments and can recommend a preferred scales. The fewer items in the scale the better. Thanks! JS
Where can i find this reference in full text?
Costa, P T. & McCrae, R. (1992) Revised NEO Personality Inventory (NEO-PI-R) and NEO Five Factor Model (NEO-FFI) Professional manual. Odesa, FL; Psychological Assesment Center
Thankful for help!
I have difficulty in finding its implications. Would it be enough to say that personality is an important variable? I mean, because my study is entitled "The Relationship between Perceived Parental Involvement, Autonomy Support and Warmth to the Big Five Personality Dimensions of College Students". How would my study contribute for the students and parents? And, would there be others that will benefit?
my research base on the bully/victim and personality dimension in adolescence. i decided i will use EPI eysenck personality Inventory scale my question is in this thesis which scale should use Junior EPI or simple EPI
Dear fellow Gaters,
Would you be willing to take part in a study that is aimed at developing an Image based Big Five questionnaire? I am developing such questionnaire as a possible solution for issues in cross- cultural and cross-linguistic personality testing. The completion takes 15-20 minutes. I would be very grateful and I am happy to participate in your survey in return. (you can read more about the study by clicking on the link)
Does anybody know of any articles exploring the validity or both of the Beck's Depression and Anxiety Inventories?
I am aware that there are better scales to use in order to measure both disorders but I am only interested in the two above.
Thank you in advance!
I look for NPI (Narcissistic Personality Inventory) in Japanese for my research - I would like to identify items for NPI-13 (Gentile et al. version). I would be greateful for any reliable translation of this scale with A vs B response format.
Do you see TCI as a robust test in your field? Would you rather recommand other tests and if so which ones? (Bar-On, Big 5 inventory...)
Thanks in advance for any contribution(s).
Sexual abuse of patients has become epidemic. The first solution may involve predicting personality traits or other "triggers" that lead to such behavior or make it more likely.
I'm encountering an abundance of ER physician abuse of patients, including sexual abuse, in the emergency room. Why? I'm seeking every possible perspective. Please make available any full-text docs that relate. See attached for case examples from newspapers, etc.
I'm looking for the interpretation of the big Five 44 item inventory by Goldberg (1993). Since scores of the five factors are based on different totals, I'm unsure of how to interpret the data. Further, should I take the midpoint of the score range as a guide to help classify or dichotomise my data? For instance, if I score 29/40 on Extraversion (midpoint is 20), should this score be interpreted as falling in the Extraversion range?