We are specialists in bespoke personality tests design, which we always map to the Big Five personality model

Our Big Five Personality Test Designs

We also produce all types of bespoke psychometric test designs. Rob Williams has published fivepsychometric test books, to date!

Our Big Five Personality test Mappings

We have designed Big Five personality tests based on the Big Five personality model. Here are examples for:

  • Graduate Big Five personality test design mapping
  • Army Officer Big FIve personality test design mapping
  • School leaver Big FIve personality test design mapping

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Bespoke personality test design projects

Graduate Big Five Research Personality Research

  • Abidin, Nurazariah, and Salina Daud. “Personality traits: Business versus technical graduates.” Communications of the IBIMA 2012 (2012): 1.
  • Anisi, J. (2012). Validity and reliability of NEO Five-Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) on university students. International Journal of Behavioral Sciences5(4), 351-355.
  • Bizumic, C., (2017). Performance in small student groups. Group personality, identity, and norms. Self and Social Identity in Educational Contexts.
  • Chapman, Benjamin P., and Lewis R. Goldberg. “Act-frequency signatures of the Big Five.” Personality and Individual Differences 116 (2017): 201-205.

  • De Vries, Anita, Reinout E. de Vries, and Marise Ph Born. “Broad versus narrow traits: Conscientiousness and honesty–humility as predictors of academic criteria.” European Journal of Personality 25.5 (2011): 336-348.
  • Parks, Laura, and Russell P. Guay. “Personality, values, and motivation.” Personality and individual differences 47.7 (2009): 675-684.

Mapping for Graduate Big Five Personality

  • Roccas, Sonia, et al. “The big five personality factors and personal values.” Personality and social psychology bulletin28.6 (2002): 789-801.

  • Salgado, Jesús F. “Predicting job performance using FFM and non‐FFM personality measures.” Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 76.3 (2003): 323-346.

  • Scepansky, James A., and Christopher A. Bjornsen. Educational orientation, NEO PI-R personality traits, and plans for graduate school.” College Student Journal 37.4 (2003).

  • Sherry, A., Henson, R. K., & Lewis, J. G. (2003). Evaluating the appropriateness of college-age norms for use with adolescents on the NEO Personality Inventory—Revised. Assessment10(1), 71-78.

  • Singh, K. (2009). NEO-PI-R factor structure in college students. Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology35(1), 17-25.

  • Smidt, Wilfried. “Big Five personality traits as predictors of the academic success of university and college students in early childhood education.” Journal of Education for Teaching 41.4 (2015): 385-403.

School leaver Big Five Personality Research

  • Costa, P. T., & McCrae, R. R. (1999). A five-factor theory of personality. The five-factor model of personality: Theoretical perspectives, 2, 51-87.

  • DeYoung, Colin G., Lena C. Quilty, and Jordan B. Peterson. “Between facets and domains: 10 aspects of the Big Five.” Journal of personality and social psychology 93.5 (2007): 880.

  • Gosling, Samuel D., et al. “A room with a cue: personality judgments based on offices and bedrooms.” Journal of personality and social psychology 82.3 (2002): 379.

Mapping for School leaver Big Five Personality

Army Officer Big Five Personality Research

  • Allender, Christopher John James. “Predicting leadership and performance in uniformed organisations using the five factor model of personality.” (2005).

  • Chris Allender “Does the Army Need an OCEAN? Chris Allender (Metropolitan Police) & Justine Greig (Australian Defence Force).” In 42nd Annual Conference, p. 208.

  • Bilgic, Reyhan, and H. Canan Sümer. “Predicting military performance from specific personality measures: A validity study.” International Journal of Selection and Assessment 17.2 (2009): 231-238.

  • Darr, Wendy. “Military personality research: A meta-analysis of the Self Description Inventory.” Military Psychology 23.3 (2011): 272-296.

  • Elshaw, C. C., and C. M. Abram. “Personality and Met Expectations and the Prediction of Voluntary Wastage Amongst Officer Cadets.” 

  • Grandmaison, Lawrence Joseph. Assessing the incremental validity of personality on direct leadership in the Canadian Forces. Diss. Carleton University, 2007.

Soldier Big Five Personality Research

  • Halfhill, Terry, et al. “Group personality composition and performance in military service teams.” Military Psychology17.1 (2005): 41-54.

  • Tjai M. Nielsen, and Eric Sundstrom. “The ASA framework: A field study of group personality composition and group performance in military action teams.” Small Group Research 39.5 (2008): 616-635.

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