NEO PERSONALITY INVENTORY (NEO-PI)

was first developed by U.S. psychologists Paul T. Costa (1942 - ) and Robert R. McCrae (1949 - ), the newest version was published in 1992. The NEO-PI is a personality test which is based on the five-factor personality model. There are 240 statements which participants must respond to using a 1 - 5 scale of strongly disagree to strongly agree.

NEO PERSONALITY INVENTORY (NEO-PI): "A model which is used to examine an individuals personality is the Neo personality inventory."
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