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The Big Five Personality Factors: The Psycholexical Approach to Personality

Boele de Raad
Format
Book
Published
Seattle : Hogrefe & Huber, c2000.
Language
English
ISBN
0889372365
Contents
  • 2 History 5
  • Tupes and Christal 5
  • Fiske 7
  • Cattell's 35 trait-variables 8
  • 3 Lexical hypothesis: Designation of the trait population 15
  • Reflection of traits in language 16
  • Significant traits 18
  • Word classes 19
  • Correspondences between adjectives, nouns, and verbs 19
  • Personality nouns 20
  • Personality verbs 21
  • Coverage of the trait-domain by combining different word-forms 22
  • Testing the lexical hypothesis 23
  • 4 Theoretical delineation of the trait population 25
  • Implicit theory 26
  • Trait conceptions to guide lexical search 27
  • Temperament 27
  • Competence 28
  • Morality 28
  • Inclusion and exclusion of specific kinds of traits 29
  • 5 Operational definition of the trait population 33
  • From general lexicon to trait vocabulary 33
  • Adjectival expressions 36
  • Taxonomic procedures 36
  • Dictionary entries and trait-relevant terms 37
  • American-English 38
  • Dutch 39
  • Roman Italian 40
  • German 40
  • Hungarian 41
  • Triestian Italian 42
  • Czech 42
  • Polish 42
  • Filipino 43
  • 6 Trait structures in different languages 45
  • Search for a universal trait structure 45
  • Different Big Five structures 46
  • American-English structure 46
  • Dutch structure 49
  • German structure 51
  • Comparisons in a Germanic triangle 52
  • Five more taxonomies 53
  • Hungarian 53
  • Roman Italian 56
  • Triestian Italian 56
  • Czech 56
  • Polish 56
  • Comparisons with American-English as target 57
  • Comparisons without-American English 58
  • Psycholexical affiliates and Big Five structures 60
  • 7 Modeling the trait domain 63
  • Simple structure model of the Big Five 64
  • Circumplex structure 65
  • Abridged Big Five circumplex model 68
  • Vertical and horizontal aspects of trait-models 71
  • 8 Functions and uses of the Big Five model 75
  • Big Five trait-markers 76
  • Big Five questionnaires 77
  • FFPI (Five Factor Personality Inventory) 77
  • NEO-PI-R (NEO Personality Inventory Revised) 79
  • Big Five as a classification-system 80
  • AB5C as a clarification-system 83
  • Role of the Big Five in theory building 83
  • Big Five as organizer in research and in applied fields 85
  • 9 Big Five constructs and fields of application 87
  • Extraversion and Introversion 88
  • Agreeableness 91
  • Conscientiousness 92
  • Emotional Stability and Neuroticism 94
  • Intellect and Openness to Experience 96
  • 10 Final comments and future directions 99
  • History 100
  • Developmental roots of the Big Five 100
  • Abstractions and specifications 101
  • Big More or Big Less 101
  • Further psycholexical research 103.
Description
vii, 128 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references [105]-120 and indexes.
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