Here is the Big Five personality scale with facets that matches the ones mentioned in studies I posted.
NEO-PI-R Ÿ NEO Personality Inventory - Revised
P.T. (Jr.) Costa, R.R. McCrae
Hogrefe Ltd. The Test People, Oxford
The NEO PI-R is a measure of the five major domains of personality as well as the six facets that define each domain. Taken together, the five domain scales and thirty facet scales of the NEO PI-R facilitate a comprehensive and detailed assessment of normal adult personality. The NEO PI-R is recognized internationally as a gold standard for personality assessment. Today, reputable developers of personality tests for the occupational market will as a matter of course publish data on the relationship of their tests with the five factor model using one form or another of the NEO as the benchmark. The total amount of recent data from high level academic journals concerning the NEO PI-R underpins its quality.
Description of the scale and characteristics
Neuroticism: identifies individuals who are prone to psychological distress
Anxiety: level of free floating anxiety
Angry Hostility: tendency to experience anger and related states such as frustration and bitterness
Depression: tendency to experience feelings of guilt, sadness, despondency and loneliness
Self Consciousness: shyness or social anxiety
Impulsiveness: tendency to act on cravings and urges rather than reining them in and delaying gratificayion
Vulnerability: general susceptibility to stress
Extraversion: quantity and intensity of energy directed outwards into the social world
Warmth: interest in and friendliness towards others
Gregariousness: preference for the company of others
Assertiveness: social ascendancy and forcefulness of expression
Activity: pace of living
Excitement seeking: need for environmental stimulation
Positive Emotion: tendency to experience positive emotions
Openness to Experience: the active seeking and appreciation of experiences for their own sake
Fantasy: receptivity to the inner world of imagination
Aesthetics: appreciation of art and beauty
Feelings: openness to inner feelings and emotions
Actions: openness to new experiences on a practical level
Ideas: intellectual curiosity
Values: readiness to re-examine own values and those of authority figures
Agreeableness: the kinds of interactions an individual prefers from compassion to tough mindedness
Trust: belief in the sincerity and good intentions of others
Straightforwardness: frankness in expression
Altruism: active concern for the welfare of others
Compliance: response to interpersonal conflict
Modesty: tendency to play down own achievements and be humble.
Tender mindedness: attitude of sympathy for others.
Conscientiousness: degree of organization, persistence, control and motivation in goal directed behaviour
Competence: belief in own self efficacy
Order: personal organization
Dutifulness: emphasis placed on importance of fulfilling moral obligations
Achievement striving: need for personal achievement and sense of direction
Self Discipline: capacity to begin tasks and follow through to completion despite boredom or distractions.
Deliberation: tendency to think things through before acting or speaking.
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