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The 16 personality factor questionnaire is a multiple-choice personality questionnaire which was developed over several decades of research by room and B cattell Morris Tatsu oka and Herbert ever beginning in the 1940s Cattell use the new techniques of factor analysis in an attempt to try to discover and measure the fundamental source traits of human personality Naveed 2009 the questionnaire measures the 16 primary traits and the Big Five secondary traits which have become popularized by other authors in recent years from early in his research Cattell found that the structure of personality was multi-level and hierarchical with a structure of both interdependent primary and secondary level traits the sixteen primary factors were a result of factor analyzing hundreds of measures of everyday behaviors to find the fundamental traits behind them then they discovered the five global factors by factor analyzing the sixteen primary traits themselves to find the basic organizing forces among the sixteen basic traits thus the sixteen pick of forints test gives scores on both the five second-order global traits which provide an overview of personality at a broader conceptual level as well as on the more numerous and precise primary traits which give a picture of the richness and complexity of each unique personality a listing of these traits can be found below Ketil also found that there was a third order level of personality organization that contained just two overarching top level factors but little time has been spent on defining this most abstract level of personality organization the test is an integral part of Qatar's comprehensive theory of individual differences the test has also been translated into over 30 languages and dialects and is widely used internationally as with any personality measure the test should be used with a concern for avoiding over interpretation of personality questionnaire results particularly in making major judgments of a tested persons such as hiring Cattell and his coworkers also developed parallel personality questionnaires to measure traits in other ranges such as the adolescent personality questionnaire for ages 12 to 18 years Ketil also developed nonverbal measures of ability such as the three scales of the culture fair intelligence tests as well as tests of motivation outline of tests the most recent edition of the sixteen personality factor questionnaire released in 1993 is the fifth edition of the original test the test was first published in 1949 the second and third editions were published in 1956 and 1962 respectively and the five alternative forms of the fourth edition were released between 1967 and 1969 the goal of the fifth edition revision was to update improve and simplify the language used in the test items simplify the answer format developed new validity scales improved the psychometric properties of the test including new reliability and validity data and to develop a new standardization sample to reflect the current US Census population the 16 pick of forints 5th edition contains 185 multiple-choice items which are written at a fifth-grade reading level of these items 76% were from the full previous 16 pick of forints editions although many of them were rewritten to simplify or update the language the item content typically sounds non-threatening and ask simple questions about daily behavior interests and opinions one particular characteristic of the sixteen pick affords questionnaire is that its items tend to sample a broad range of actual behavior by asking questions about daily concrete situations rather than asking the test taker to simply make a self-assessment of their own personality traits as some tests do that type of simple self rating type question tends to be substantially related to the person's own self-image and dependent on the individuals view of themselves their level of self-awareness and their defensiveness about their actual traits instead most sixteen pick of forints questions tend to ask about actual behavioral situations when I find myself in a boring situation I usually tune out and daydream about other things true/false when a bit of tact and convincing is needed to get people moving I'm usually the one who does it true/false the test provides scores on sixteen primary personality scales and five global personality scales all of which are bipolar the test also includes three validity scales a bipolar impression management scale an acquiescence scale and an in frequency scale the reasoning ability items appear at the end of the test booklet with separate instructions because they are the only items that have right and wrong answers administration of the test takes about 35 a euro 50 minutes for the paper and pencil version and about 30 minutes by computer the test instructions are simple and straightforward and the test is untimed and thus it is generally self administrable and can be used in either an individual or a group setting the 16 pic affords test was designed for adults at least age 16 and older but there are also parallel tests for various younger age ranges the 16 pic affords questionnaire has been translated into more than 30 languages and dialects thus the test can be administered in different languages scored based on either local national or international normative samples and computerized interpretive reports provided in about 23 different languages the test has generally been culturally adapted in these countries with local standardization samples plus reliability and validity information collected locally and presented in individual manuals the test can be home scored using a set of scoring keys or computer schooled by mailing and/or faxing in the answer sheet to the publisher IP 80 there is also a software system that can be used to administer score and provide reports on the test results directly in the professionals office and an internet-based system which can also provide administration scoring and reports at any internet-enabled computer in a range of different lang there are about a dozen computer-generated interpretive reports which can be used to help interpret the test for different purposes for example the Career Development Report the Carson clinical report the cattell comprehensive personality interpretation the teamwork Development Report the management potential report the security selection report and the leadership coaching report there are also many books that help with test interpretation for example 16 pick a forits interpretation in clinical practice the 16 pick affords personality in depth or essentials of the sixteen pick affords the sixteen pick of forints traits are also included in the psychological evaluation questionnaire which combines measures of both normal and abnormal personality traits into one test below is a table outlining the personality traits measured by the sixteen pick affords questionnaire Raymond Cattell sixteen personality factors relationship to five factor models in the fourth and fifth editions of the sixteen pick affords there were five global factors that seemed to correspond fairly closely to the Big Five personality traits the Big Five traitor openness seems to be related to sixteen pick affords openness tough mindedness the BF trait of conscientiousness to the sixteen pick a forage self-control the BF extraversion to the sixteen pick a forints extraversion the BF agreeableness disagreeableness to the sixteen pick affords independence accommodation and the BF neuroticism to the sixteen pick of forage sang xiety in fact the development of the big five factors began by factor analyzing the same original items as the sixteen pick of thurid's and in 1963 WT newman replicated kettles work and suggested that five factors would be sufficient however one big technical difference between kettles 5 global factors in popular five factor models was kettles insistence on using oblique rotation in the factor analysis whereas Goldberg and Costa and McCrae used orthogonal rotation in their fact analysis oblique rotation allows the factors to correlate with each other whereas orthogonal rotation restricts the factors from correlating with each other although personality traits are thought to be correlated using orthogonal factor analysis makes the factors easier to understand and to work on statistically in research this is one of the reasons the big five traits have definitions that are different from the sixteen pick of forints global factors for example as seen in the table below Inca tells model the primary personality trait of dominance is strongly located in the independence accommodation global factor which represents a quality of fearless original thinking and forceful independent actions however other popular big five models consider dominance as a facet of several big five traits including extraversion disagreeable miss and conscientiousness thus dominance is spread across a range of Big Five factors with little influence on anyone below is a table that shows how the sixteen primary factors are related to the five global factors of the sixteen personality factor theory compared with the hierarchical structure of the big five also note that factor B is considered separate from the other factors because it is not a part of the hierarchical structure of personality in the same way as the other factors factor analytic strategy assumptions shared by standardized personality tests simply stated are that humans possess characteristics or traits that are stable vary from individual to individual and can be measured factor analysis is a statistical procedure for reducing the redundancy in a set of integral related scores one major technique of factor analysis the principal components method finds the minimum number of common factors that can account for an interrelated set of scores katella's goal was to empirically determine and measure the essence of personality could tell used factor analysis to reduce thousands of psychological traits into what he believed to be 16 of the basic dimensions or sauce traits of human personality as a result he created the 60 pick a Ford's personality test 16 pic of Ford's global and primary factors history and development Cattell physical sciences background the 16 pick of Ford's questionnaire was created from a fairly unique perspective among personality tests most personality tests are developed to measure just the preconceived traits that are of interest to a particular theorist or researcher the main author of the 16 pick of Ford's Raymond Beckett L had a strong background in the physical sciences especially chemistry and physics at a time when the basic elements of the physical world were being discovered placed in the periodic table and used as the basis for understanding the fundamental nature of the physical world and for further inquiry from this background in the physical sciences Patel developed the belief that all fields are best understood by first seeking to find the fundamental underlying elements in that domain and then developing a valid way to measure and research these elements personality research author she just stated that when cattell moved from the physical sciences into the field of psychology in the 1920s he described his disappointment about finding that it consisted largely of a wide array of abstract unrelated theories and concepts that had little or no scientific basis he found that most personality theories were based on philosophy and on personal conjecture all were developed by medical professionals such as Jean Charcot and Sigmund Freud who relied on their personal intuition to reconstruct what they felt was going on inside people based on observing individuals with serious psychopathological problems cattell described the concerns he felt as a scientist in psychology there is a notion of spawning intuitions and comfortable assumptions which we share with the layman and out of which we climb with difficulty to the plateaus of scientific objectivity scientific advance in jizan the introduction of measurement to the field under investigation the uro psychology has bypassed the necessary descriptive taxonomic and metric stages through which all healthy Sciences first must pass a euro if Aristotle and other philosophers could get no further by sheer power reasoning in 2,000 years of observation it is unlikely that we shall do so now for psychology to take its place as an effective science we must become less concerned with grandiose theory than with establishing through research certain basic laws of relationship thus katella's goal in creating the sixteen pic affords questionnaire was to discover the number and nature of the fundamental traits of human personality and to develop a way to measure these dimensions at the University of London cattell worked with Charles Spearman who was developing factor analysis to aid in his quest to discover the basic factors of human ability Cattell thought that could also be applied to the area of personality he reasoned that human personality must have basic underlying Universal dimensions just as the physical world had basic building blocks he felt that if the basic building blocks of personality were discovered and measured then human behavior could become increasingly understandable and predictable lexical hypothesis in 1936 gordon allport and HS owed but hypothesized that this statement has become known as the lexical hypothesis which posits that if there is a word for a trait it must be a real trait Allport and owed but utilized this hypothesis to identify personality traits by working through two of the most comprehensive dictionaries of the English language available at the time and extracting 18,000 personality describing words from this gigantic list they extracted 4,500 personality describing adjectives which they considered to describe observable and relatively permanent traits Cattell and his colleagues began a comprehensive program of international research aimed at identifying and mapping out the basic underlying dimensions of personality their goal was to systematically measure the widest possible range of personality concepts in a belief that all aspects of human personality which all have been of importance interest or utility have already become recorded in the substance of language they want to include every known personality dimension in their investigation and thus began with the largest existing compilation of personality traits over time they used factor analysis to reduce the massive list of traits by analyzing the underlying patterns among them they studied personality data from different sources and measured these traits in diverse populations including working adults university students and military personnel 16 personality factors identified the sixteen personality factors were identified in 1946 by Raymond Cattell he believed that in order to adequately map out personality one had to utilize L data q data and T data the development of the sixteen pick of Ford's questionnaire although confusingly named was an attempt to develop an adequate measure of T data could tell use the emerging technology of computers to analyze the list of 4,500 adjectives through the statistical technique of factor analysis which seeks to identify constructs that underlie observed variables he organized the list of adjectives into fewer than 200 items and asked subjects to rate people whom they knew on each of the adjectives on the list this allowed Cattell to narrow down to 35 terms ratings of the 35 terms were factor analyzed revealing a 12 factor solution after the 35 terms were made into self rating items Cattell found that there were four additional factors which he believed consisted of information that could only be provided through self rating this process allowed the use of ratings by observers questionnaires and objective measurements of actual behavior together the original twelve factors and the four cover factors made up the original 16 primary personality factors as the five factor theory gained traction and research on the sixteen factors continued subsequent analysis identified five factors underlying the sixteen factors Cattell called these global factors the sixteen pick of forints factorial structure resembles that of some d test and the B Roth's build a test despite being based on different theories study and revisions of the factors over several decades of factor analytic study cattell and his colleagues gradually refined and validated their list of underlying source traits the search resulted in the 16 unitary traits of the sixteen pick of ford's questionnaire these traits have remained the same over the last 50 years of research in addition the 16 pick of ford's questionnaire traits are part of a multivariate personality model that provides a broader framework including developmental environmental and hereditary patterns of the traits and how they change across the lifespan the validity of the factor structure of the 16 pick affords questionnaire has been supported by more than 60 published studies research has also supported the comprehensiveness of the 16 pick of fords traits all dimensions on other major personality tests have been found to be contained within the 16 pick of forage scales and regression and factor analytic studies since its release in 1949 the 16 pick of forints questionnaire has been revised four times once in 1956 once in 1962 once in 1968 and the current version was developed in 1993 the US version of the test was also reese tanned or diced in 2002 along with the development of forms for children and teenagers versions for the UK Ireland France and the Netherlands were re standardized in 2011 additionally there is a shortened form available primarily for employee selection and the questionnaire has been adapted into more than 35 languages the questionnaire has also been validated in a range of international cultures over time the original big five traits from the beginning of his research cattell found personality traits to have a multi-level hierarchical structure the first goal of these researchers was to find the most fundamental primary traits of personality next they factor analyzed these numerous primary traits to see if these traits had a structure of their only euro that is if some of them naturally went together in self defining meaningful groupings consistently found that the primary traits themselves came together in particular meaningful groupings to form broader secondary or global traits each with its own particular focus and function within personality for example the first global trait they found was extraversion introversion it resulted from the natural affinity of five primary traits that define different reasons for an individual to move toward versus away from other people they found that there was a natural tendency for these traits to go together in the real world and to define an important domain of human behavior a euro social behavior this global factor global extraversion introversion is composed from the following primary traits warmth the tendency to move toward others seeking closeness and connection because of genuine feelings of caring sympathy and concern liveliness the tendency to be high-energy fun-loving and carefree and to spontaneously move towards others in an animated stimulating manner low scorers tend to be more serious and self restrained and to be cautious and rushed and judicious social boldness the tendency to seek social interaction in a confident fearless manner enjoying challenges risks and being the center of attention low scorers tend to be shy and timid and to be more modest and risk avoidant forthrightness the tendency to want to be known by a thirst euro to be open forthright and genuine in social situations and thus to be self revealing and unguarded low scorers tend to be more private and on self-revealing and to be harder to get to know affiliative the tendency to seek companionship and enjoy belonging to and functioning in a group low scorers tend to be more individualistic and self-reliant and to value their autonomy in a similar manner these researchers found that for other primary traits consistently merge to define another global factor which they called receptivity or openness this factor was made up of full primary traits that describe different kinds of openness to the world openness to sensitive feelings emotions intuition and that at dimensions openness to abstract theoretical ideas conceptual thinking and imagination openness to free thinking inquiry exploration of new approaches and innovative solutions and openness to people and their feelings another global factor self-controlled versus unrestrained resulted from the natural coming together of full primary factors that define the different ways that human beings manage to control their behavior rule consciousness involves adopting and conscientiously following society's accepted standards of behavior perfectionism describes a tendency to be self-disciplined organized thorough attentive to detail and goal-oriented seriousness involves a tendency to be cautious reflective self restrained and deliberate in making decisions and groundedness involves a tendency to stay focused on concrete pragmatic realistic solutions because the global factors were developed by factor analyzing the primary traits the meanings of the global traits were determined by the primary traits which made them up in addition then the global factors provide the overarching conceptual framework for understanding the meaning and function of each of the primary traits thus the two levels of personality are essentially interconnected and interrelated however it is the primary traits that provide a clear definition of the individuals unique personality two people might have exactly the same level of extraversion but still be quite different from each other for example they may both be at the 80% on extraversion and both tend to move toward others to the same degree but they may be doing it for quite different reasons one person might achieve an 80% on extraversion by being high on social boldness and on liveliness but reserved this individual would be talkative bold and impulsive but not very sensitive to others people's needs or feelings the second extrovert might be high on warmth and group oriented but shy the second extrovert would tend to show quite different social behavior and be caring considerate and attentive to others but not ford bold or louder euro and thus have quite a different effect on his/her social environment today the global traits of personality are commonly known as the big five the big five traits are most important for getting an abstract theoretical understanding of the big overarching domains of personality and in understanding how different traits of personality relate to each other and how different research findings relate to each other the big five are important for understanding and interpreting an individual's personality profile mainly in getting a broad overview of their personality makeup at the highest level of personality organization however it is still the scores on the most specific primary traits that define the rich unique personality makeup of any individual these more numerous primary traits have repeatedly been found to be the most powerful in predicting and understanding the complexity of actual daily behavior how to use the sixteen pic affords psychologists and counselors can use the sixteen pick of Ford's assessment to provide vocational guidance to identify occupations for which the individual is best suited assist with personal selection and career development through measurement of five primary management dimensions frequently identified to full cost management potential and style assist with clinical diagnosis prognosis in therapy planning the sixteen pick of Ford's instrument helps provide clinicians with a normal range measurement of anxiety adjustment and behavioral problems help identify personality factors that may predict marital compatibility and satisfaction results also highlight existing or potential problem areas help identify students with potential academic emotional and social problems key features the sixteen pick of Ford's assessment is easy to administer requiring only 35 to 50 minutes to complete five distinct report options give the sixteen pick a Ford's test utility in a wide variety of setting because the relationship between the test items and the traits measured by the 16 pick a foreign instrument is not obvious it is difficult for the test taker to deliberately tailor responses to achieve a desired outcome the couples counseling report includes an easy-to-understand narrative summary of results to share with a couple see also Big Five personality traits Minnesota multiphasic personality inventory neuroticism extraversion openness personality inventory Raymond Cattell trait theory references further reading gregory robert j psychological testing history principles and applications Boston allyn and bacon ISBN
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