• Annotated Outline of Research Proposal

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    This 5 page paper is an annotated outline of a proposal for research on a personality test known as the 'five factor model' or the NEO Personality Inventory. The bibliography cites 20 sources.

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    Annotated Outline of Research Proposal Written United Kingdom, July 2000 To Use This Report Correctly, Please...  Visit paperwriters.com/aftersale.htm I. Five Factor Model, also known as the NEO Personality Inventory was put forward by Costa and McCrae. 1. This is a measure of five...  personality traits whose combination can be interpreted to indicate the leadership, as well as other traits, of the individual 2. The five factors are neuroticism, extraversion, openness to experience, agreeableness,...  and conscientiousness I. Literary on the Subject includes; 1. An introduction to the five-factor model and its applications by R Macrae, and 0. P. John in 1992 by...  the Journal of Personality. The basis of the test design was the California Psychological Inventory (CPI), costs were nit indicated. 2. Identity, self, and personality: III. Identity style...  and the five-factor model of personality by S. M. Clancy Dollinger published in 1995 in the Journal of Research in Personality. The cost of the research was not indicated....  I. The basis for the test design 1. To test the accuracy of the measurement of personality traits using the five factor model. 2. To ascertain its accuracy...  by comparison with other tests ; the California Psychological Inventory 3. The California Psychological Inventory to act as a bench mark 4. Due to the nature of the test, verification...  of a model, quantitative information is needed more than qualitative information. 5. Sample is split into two, both randomly selected from the sample 6. The sample is made up...  of people who will be in a position to show leadership ability, as this is the characteristic being measured. 7. A control group will also exist. I. Inherent... 

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