NEO Personality Inventory - 3: Recenze metody

Barbora Břežná, Dominik Kovář

Abstrakt

NEO–PI–3 představuje osobnostní inventář, jehož účelem je poskytnout kvantitativní popis osobnostních charakteristik jedince. Metoda předpokládá, že rysy osobnosti lze v zásadě shrnout do 5 širších dimenzí. Můžeme říct, že reliabilita a validita metody je obstojná. NEO-PI-3 považujeme za užitečný nástroj, který nabízí jistý rámec pro porozumění osobnosti a vymezených 5 faktorů za jeden z možných způsobů, jak klasifikovat osobnostní strukturu. Zásadní je však kontext použití, detailní znalost jednotlivých subškál a realistický přístup k využití metody.

Bibliografická citace

Břežná, B., & Kovář, D. (2020). NEO Personality Inventory - 3: Recenze metody. TESTFÓRUM, 8(13), 17-30. doi:https://doi.org/10.5817/TF2020-13-14100

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NEO; recenze; validita; reliabilita

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