Hominoid Personality Questionnaire

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The Hominoid Personality Questionnaire (also: HPQ) is a personality rating instrument used for non-human primates. It was developed by King and Figueredo [1] to assess personality in non-human primate species (e.g. chimpanzees, orangutans, rhesus macaques).

The HPQ contains 54 adjectives followed by a description. Forty-one items were taken from the 75 items of Goldberg's[2] Big Five. Examples include Dominant, Sympathetic, Helpful, Sensitive, Submissive, Dependent, Independent, Fearful, Decisive, Timid, Cautious, Intelligent, Persistent.

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  1. ^ King JE, Figueredo AJ. 1997. The Five-Factor Model plus Dominance in chimpanzee personality. J Res Pers 31:257–271.
  2. ^ Goldberg LR. 1990. An alternative ‘‘description of personality’’: the Big-Five factor structure. J Pers Soc Psychol 59: 1216–1229.
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