Personality inventory

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Personality inventory

Personality inventories
Personality questionnaire

Category: Personality inventory

Personality test


Revised NEO Personality Inventory
Temperament and Character Inventory
Eysenck Personality Questionnaire
Karolinska Scales of Personality

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A personality inventory is a list of statements or questions to be filled out for assessment of the personality, thus it is a form of personality test. The result of application of a personality inventory is typically a set of scores for a subject with respect to personality traits.

Some examples of personality inventories are:

[edit] Inventory correlations

EPI [1]
EPQ [2]
  1. The relationship between sensation seeking and Eysenck's dimensions of personality

[edit] References

  1. Thomas Rocklin, Willian Revelle (1981). "The measurement of extraversion: a comparison of the Eysenck Personality Inventory and the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire". British Journal of Social Psychology 20: 279-284.
  2. Charles S. Carver, Teri L. White (1994). "Behavioral inhibition, behavioral activation, and affective responses to impending reward and punishment: the BIS/BAS Scales". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 67(2): 319-333. [1].
  3. F. De Fruyt, L. Van De Wiele, C. Van Heeringen (2000). "Cloninger's psychobiological model of temperament and character and the five-factor model of personality". Personality and Individual Differences 29: 441-452.
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