Personality Measures and the Big 5

Theorist/ Inventory I
Emotional Stability
Intellect/ Openness to Experience
Bales Dominant- Initiative Social- Emotional Orientation Task Orientation
Block Low Ego Control High Ego Control Ego Resiliency
Buss & Plomin EASI Activity Sociability Impulsivity (r) Emotionality (r)
Cattell 16PF Exvia (vs. Invia Pathemia (vs. Cortertia) Super Ego Strength Adjustment vs. Anxiety Independence vs. Subduedness
Comrey CPS Extraversion and Activity Femininity Orderliness and Social Conformity Emotional Stability Rebelliousness
Costa & McCrae NEO-PI Extraversion Agreeableness Conscientiousness Neuroticsm (r) Openness
Eysenck EPQ Extraversion Psychoticism (r) Neuroticism (r)
Goldberg FFI Extraversion Agreeableness Conscientiousness Emotional Stability Openness
Gough CPI Factors Extraversion Consensuality Control Flexibility
Guilford Social Activity Paranoid Disposition (r) Thinking Introversion Emotional Stability
Hogan HPI Ambition and Sociability Likeability Prudence Adjustment Intellectance
Jackson PRF Outgoing, Social Leadership Self Protective Orientation (r) Work Orientation Dependence (r) Aesthetic- Intellectual
Myers-Briggs Extraversion vs. Introversion Feeling vs. Thinking Judging vs. Perception Intuition vs. Sensing
Tellegen MPQ Positive Emotionality Constraint Negative Emotionality Absorption
Wiggins IAS Power/ Dominance Love/ Warmth
Zuckerman Extraversion Psychoticism/ Impulsivity/ Sensation Seeking (r) Neuroticism (r) P-Imp-SS
Adapted and extended from Oliver John (1990), Table 3.4: The Big 5 and dimensions of similar breadths in questionnaires and in models of personality and interpersonal behavior.