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The Assessment of the Big Five in the Dutch Language Domain

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Filip De Fruyt ,

Department of Developmental and Personality Psychology, University of Ghent, H. Dunantlaan 2, 9000 Ghent, BE
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Ivan Mervielde

University of Ghent, BE
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Abstract

This article provides an overview of the inventories and methods available to assess the Big Five personality factors in the Dutch language domain. The review covers both instruments relevant to research and/or clinical practice and includes a discussion of their background, applications and current status. Special consideration is given to new developments regarding the personality assessment of children. In addition, the article provides empirical data on the concurrent validity of the B5BBS25, the NEO-PI-R and the FFPI.This article provides an overview of the inventories and methods available to assess the Big Five personality factors in the Dutch language domain. The review covers both instruments relevant to research and/or clinical practice and includes a discussion of their background, applications and current status. Special consideration is given to new developments regarding the personality assessment of children. In addition, the article provides empirical data on the concurrent validity of the B5BBS25, the NEO-PI-R and the FFPI.
How to Cite: De Fruyt, F. and Mervielde, I., 1998. The Assessment of the Big Five in the Dutch Language Domain. Psychologica Belgica, 38(1), pp.1–22. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/pb.922
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Published on 01 Jan 1998.
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