Overseas development workers: 'Big Five' personality scores
Hudson, S. & Inkson, K.(2007). Overseas development workers: 'Big Five' personality scores. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 1(1), 5-9.
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To test hypotheses formulated by Ones and Viswesvaran (1997), a cohort of 47 selected volunteer overseas development workers from New Zealand completed the NEO PI-R ‘Big Five’ personality inventory. In line with hypotheses, these workers were significantly higher than population norms on openness and its six subfacets, and on agreeableness and the subfacet of tender-mindedness, but contrary to hypotheses, they were not significantly different on either neuroticism or conscientiousness. The article argues for further research in this field.
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