Big Five Aspect Scales
The Big Five Aspect Scales is a personality test further elaborating upon the big five personality traits test model. It adds two "aspects" to each trait. Aspects represent a level of precision between the big five personality traits and the facets of the Revised NEO Personality Inventory. The scales are public domain. The five personalities that make up the aspect scales are Openness, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Extraversion, and Neuroticism.
Traits and aspects
- Openness to Experience, made up of the aspects Openness/Creativity and Intellect
- Conscientiousness, made up of the aspects Orderliness and Industriousness
- Extraversion and introversion, made up of the aspects Enthusiasm and Assertiveness
- Agreeableness made up of the aspects of Politeness and Compassion
- Neuroticism, made up of the aspects of Withdrawal and Volatility
- Colin G. DeYoung; Lena C. Quilty; Jordan B. Peterson "Between Facets and Domains: 10 Aspects of the Big Five". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
- Yanna J. Weisberg; Colin G. DeYoung; Jacob B. Hirsh. "Gender Differences in Personality across the Ten Aspects of the Big Five".
- Emily C. Nusbaum; Paul J. Silvia. Are Openness and Intellect distinct aspects of Openness to Experience? A test of the O/I model. ‘’Personality and Individual Differences, 51’’(5), 571-574.
- Srivastava, S. (2012). Measuring the Big Five Personality Factors. Retrieved from http://psdlab.uoregon.edu/bigfive.html.
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