Five adjectives to explain the whole personality: a brief scale of personality


This study presents a brief scale of adjectives, the Five Adjective Scale (FAS) that attempts to assess one trait that defines the overall personality, the Unique Personality Trait. It is composed by five adjectives in trait-format of response. This scale presents adequate internal consistency and construct-validity. Moreover, the relationships with the personality factors of other models (Big Five and Big Three) are as expected. So, FAS is related positively with Extraversion, Psychoticism, Agreeableness and Openness, and negatively with Neuroticism and Conscientiousness. However, the FAS can integrate all of basic traits of personality.

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