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The Hexaco Model of personality: What it says about who we are

In 2004 a new personality measure was formally introduced.*  It is called the HEXACO Model with hex for its six factors and the letters standing for Honesty-Humility, Emotionality, eXtraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Openness. The major difference is the finding of … Continue reading

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MBTI and Big Five: Advantage MBTI?

The MBTI and the Big Five (Five Factor Model) differ in one way that may be a greater strength for the MBTI.  The question mark in the title here, and the “may be” are saying that the difference is clear, … Continue reading

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Why Does Psychology Diss the MBTI?

Psychology, as a profession, is wary of the MBTI.  Its origin–the fact that Isabel Briggs et al. did not have  the background and training of academic psychology is no doubt a part of the professional skepticism about the MBTI.  However, … Continue reading

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