Six Factor Personality Questionnaire (SFPQ)
The SFPQ is a measure of six personality dimensions each consisting of three facet scales, measured by 108 Likert items. The SFPQ encompasses and extends the popular Big Five factors of personality and facets underlying these
factors. Its development has benefited from modern construct-oriented methods of personality scale construction, having originated from the thousands of personality questionnaire items comprising the original item pools of the Personality
Research Form (Jackson, 1967, 1974, 1984) and the Jackson Personality Inventory (Jackson, 1976, 1994). Norms are based on systematically sampled groups of adult males and females drawn from the United States and Canada. The SFPQ facet
scales are as follows, organized in terms of six factor scales:
Reliability and Validity
The manual contains reliability estimates. Internal consistency of the factor scales range from .76 to .86. Evidence of convergent and discriminant validity, factorial validity, and criterion validity is also provided in the manual.
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