16PF


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16PFSixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire
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This article will explore the predictive value of two of those tools, the 16PF and the MSI, to various aspects of job success.
Prior to running the Pearson r tests, we ran five one-way analyses of variance (ANOVAs) to determine possible differences between groups on mean scores for the five 16PF factors.
The MMPI and 16PF were completed as part of the pre-field assessment process; Big Five scores were calculated using 16PF data.
Different tests measure different numbers of underlying factors: the 16PF has 16; Eysenck used three.
The 16PF contains 173 items that comprise 16 primary factors (10-15 items per factor) and three response style indices.
Personality assessment of entering hearing-impaired college students using the 16PF Form E.
Tabel 1: Opsomming van die 16PF persoonlikheidsvraelys se 16 eerste-orde faktore en 5 tweede-orde faktorskale (Cattell, 1970; Smit, 1991) 1e orde Factorskaal Lae telling beskrywing Hoe telling beskrywing A Terughoudend: Versigtig in Hartlik: goedhartig, na belewing van emosies, buite-lewend, beleef krities, onbetrokke by teenoor ander, aanpasbaar ander.
The personality test, known as a 16PF test, was carried out to assess whether he had the right character for the job.
Studies by Storm and Thalbourne (1998-1999, 2001a) looked for relationships between paranormal ability in the I Ching "setting" and two dimensions not previously tested in any I Ching study: (1) personality (using Raymond Cattell's 16PF questionnaire--see Cattell, Eber, & Tatsuoka, 1970), and (2) transliminality (the tendency of psychological material to cross into or out of consciousness--see Lange, Thalbourne, Houran, & Storm, 2000).
Looking at those 167 subjects, the study used the 16PF Personality Inventory, the Peritraumatic Dissociative Experiences Questionnaire (PDEQ), and the Impact of Event Scale-Revised (IES-R) to compare those who met PTSD criteria with those who had experienced traumatic events only.
Group scores for all the 16PF primary and global factor scores were within expected ranges for a normal population of adults, although Factor B (Reasoning) was noticeably higher and Factors E (Dominance), F (Liveliness) and L (Vigilance) were noticeably lower, as was the global factor IN (Independence).