A SAPA Project Update: On the Structure of phrased Self-Report Personality Items

David M Condon, Ellen Roney, William R Revelle

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Abstract

Two large samples were collected to evaluate the structure of traits in the temperament domain. In both samples, participants were administered random subsets of public-domain personality items from a larger pool of approximately 700 items. These data broadly cover the most widely used, public-domain measures of personality (though this breadth is not likely free of theoretical bias). When combined with a third, previously-shared dataset that used the same methodological design [4], the sample includes more than 125,000 participants from more than 220 countries and regions. Re-use potential includes many types of structural, correlational, and network analyses of personality and a wide range of demographic and psychographic constructs. The data are available in both rdata and csv formats.
Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalJournal of Open Psychology Data
Volume5
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 2017

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