The structure of personality in six cultures
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香港中文大學研究人員

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摘要A new structured nonverbal measure of Murray's needs (the Nonverbal Personality Questionnaire) and an established verbal measure (the Personality Research Form) were administered to respondents in six cultures: Canada, Finland, Poland, Germany, Russia, and Hong Kong. An analysis of the psychometric properties of the nonverbal personality inventory showed generally good levels of internal consistency reliability and convergent validity across the respondent groups. Further, analyses of the factor structures of both the nonverbal and verbal inventories showed, in general, a very robust organization to the personality traits. Specifically, the factors found in each culture's data resembled the ''Big Five'' factors of personality. The authors summarize some of the advantages of a structured nonverbal measure of personality. They also discuss the presumed comprehensiveness of the Big Five personality factors.
著者Paunonen SV, Keinonen M, Trzebinski J, Forsterling F, GrishenkoRoze N, Kouznetsova L, Chan DW
會議名稱3rd European Congress of Psychology
會議開始日01.07.1993
會議地點TAMPERE
期刊名稱Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology
出版年份1996
月份5
日期1
卷號27
期次3
出版社SAGE SCIENCE PRESS
頁次339 - 353
國際標準期刊號0022-0221
電子國際標準期刊號1552-5422
語言英式英語
Web of Science 學科類別Psychology; Psychology, Social; PSYCHOLOGY, SOCIAL

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