SIFFMStructured Interview for the Five-Factor Model
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An example of such an interview form is the Structured Interview for the Five Factor Model (SIFFM), a one-hour, semi-structured interview that, based on the five bipolar personality domains, assesses at least two personality factors related to workplace violence incidents: (a) neuroticism vs.
This is primarily because the paper-and-pencil measures (as well as the SIFFM interview) must be conducted and scored by a person holding an education and skill background in psychological testing that conforms with at least a "B Qualification Level" defined in the APA's Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing.
Widiger, Structured Interview for the Five Factor Model (SIFFM) (Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc., 1997).