Big Five Personality Test (IPIP-BFFM)
Open-Source Psychometrics Project created this test as a tool to match users to rate respondents into the Big 5 personality factors:
extraversion, neuroticism, agreeableness, conscientiousness, and openness. This test is provided to educate the public about this personality test and its meaning, the theory of personality, and also to collect data for research. Therefore, this test should not be used
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as psychological advice of any kind.
SCIENTIFIC OR RESEARCH SUPPORT: The test is based on Big-Five Factor Markers from the International Personality Item Pool, developed by Goldberg in 1992, a pool of items previously developed to measure all the factors. Using a technique called factor analysis, researchers looked at the responses of samples of people from all over the world to hundreds of personality items. They noticed that even though there were unlimited personality variables, five stood out from the pack.