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The Oxford handbook of the five factor model of personality [electronic resource] / edited by Thomas A. Widiger.

Publication:
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2015-2017.
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Book
1 online resource.
Monthly, 2015-2017
Series:
Oxford library of psychology.
Oxford handbooks online.
Oxford handbooks in psychology.
Oxford library of psychology
Oxford handbooks online
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Other Title:
Five factor model of personality
Subjects:
Big Five model.
Personality.
Summary:
The Five-Factor Model (FFM) is arguably the predominant model of general personality structure. There is a considerable body of research supporting its construct validity and practical application. There have been a few books specifically concerning the FFM, but to date there has not yet been a text that brings together in one location all that is known about the FFM. The book begins with an overview chapter on the FFM, followed by in-depth discussions regarding the nature, etiology, importance, and mechanisms of each of the FFM domains. The vast body of research concerning the construct-validity support for the FFM is then provided, including its robustness, factor analytic support, childhood antecedents, cross-language presence, cross-species presence, behavior and molecular genetics, and brain structure and function.
Contents:
The Five Factor Model in Business and Industry / Scott E. Siebert, David S. DeGeest
The NEO Inventories as Instruments of Psychological Theory / Paul T. Costa, Robert McCrae
The Lexical Foundation of the Big Five Factor Model / Boele de Raad, Boris Mlačić
Neuroticism / Jennifer L. Tackett, Benjamin B. Lahey
Extraversion / Joshua Wilt, William Revelle
Openness / Angelina R. Sutin
Agreeableness and the Five-Factor Model / William G. Graziano, Renée M. Tobin
Conscientiousness / Joshua J. Jackson, Brent W. Roberts
Robustness / Brian O'Connor
Health Psychology / Margaret L. Kern, Howard S. Friedman
Factor Analytic Support for the Five Factor Mode / Aidan G. C. Wright
Childhood Personality and Temperament / Sarah De Pauw
Universal and Specific in the Five-Factor Model of Personality / Jüri Allik, Anu Realo
Animal Personality / Alexander Weiss, Marieke Gartner
Behavior and Molecular Genetics of the Five Factor Model / Amber M. Jarnecke, Susan C. South
Personality Neuroscience and the Five Factor Model / Timothy A. Allen, Colin G. DeYoung
Assessment of the Five Factor Model / Leonard Simms, Trevor F. Williams, Ericka Nus Simms
Cross-Over Analysis: Using the FFM and NEO PI-3 for Assessing Compatibility and Conflict in Couples / Ralph L. Piedmont, Thomas E. Rodgerson
Five Factor Model and Personality Disorder / Thomas A. Widiger, Whitney L. Gore, Cristina Crego, Stephanie L. Rojas, Joshua R. Oltmanns
Axis I Disorders / R. Michael Bagby, Amanda Uliaszek, Tara M. Gralnick, Nadia Al-Dajani
The Five-Factor Model of Personality and Consequential Outcomes in Childhood and Adolescence / Filip De Fruyt, Barbara De Clercq, Marleen De Bolle
Clinical Utility of the Five Factor Model / Stephanie Mullins-Sweatt, Douglas B. Samuel, Ashley Helle
A Five Factor Discussion / Thomas A. Widiger
Introduction / Thomas A. Widiger.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on May 4, 2017).
Contributor:
Widiger, Thomas A., editor.
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ISBN:
9780199352500 (online resource) :
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Restricted for use by site license.