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The NEO Five-Factor Inventory-3 (NEO-FFI-3), is the updated version of the NEO-FFI - a 60-item version of the NEO-PI-3. It provides a quick, reliable, and accurate measure of the five domains of personality and is particularly useful when time is limited and when global information on personality is needed.
The NEO-FFI-3 is comprised of 60 items taken directly from the NEO-PI-3. Fifteen items have been replaced to improve readability and psychometric properties. This revision combined with new norms makes the test appropriate for respondents 12 years and older.
The NEO-FFI-3 can help you understand your client's basic emotional, interpersonal, experiential, attitudinal, and motivational styles. It can also help you quickly develop rapport with your client, provide meaningful feedback and insight that will help your client develop a greater self-understanding, enable you to anticipate the course of therapy, and help you select the optimal treatment based on your client's personality.
The five domains (factors) measured by the NEO-FFI-3 provide a general description of personality. They include:
Materials required for hand scoring include a NEO Inventories manual, one Form-S reusable test booklet, and one feedback sheet per respondent.
The NEO Inventories manual provides information on test development and use, as well as validation data and norms for male and female adults.
Kit includes manual, 25 Form-S test booklets, and 25 feedback sheets.
Research articles about the NEO-PI-3.
This image-based questionnaire measures the 'Big Five' normal personality factors.
The NEO-PI-3 is the updated version of the NEO PI-R - a highly-regarded assessment of personality that is based on the Five-Factor model.
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