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Advances in HEXACO Personality Research | Series: Zeitschrift für Psychologie - Volume 41
Reinout E. De Vries, Michael C. Ashton, and Kibeom Lee (Eds)
Hogrefe Publishing / Softcover / 2019-10-01 / 0889375674
Psychology / Psychiatry
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70 pages
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The HEXACO (Honest-Humility, Emotionality, eXtraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Openness) six-factor model of personality structure has been in use for over twenty years and offers a convincing alternative to the five-factor model.

This collection of contributions from around the world demonstrates that research into the model is very much alive. Beginning with a historical overview of the early lexical studies of personality structure exploring how past adjective selection has impacted on personality theory, the volume also presents applications of the model and new approaches to measurement, including an extended twin family study examining genetic and environmental variance and a look at the use of behavior cues in a gamified online environment. The volume also presents what is probably the most comprehensive meta-analysis of the psychometric properties of the HEXACO domain scales.

This is essential reading for all researchers and clinicians interested in personality structure.

The Zeitschrift für Psychologie, originally founded in 1890, is the oldest psychology journal in Europe and the second oldest in the world. One of the founding editors was Hermann Ebbinghaus. Since 2007, it is published in English and devoted to topical issues that provide state-of-the-art overviews of current research in psychology.

The Zeitschrift für Psychologie publishes high-quality research from all branches of empirical psychology that is clearly of international interest and relevance, and does so in four topical issues per year. Each topical issue is carefully compiled by guest editors and generally features one broad Review Article accompanied by Original Articles from leading researchers as well as additional shorter contributions such as Research Spotlights (presenting details of individual studies or summaries of particularly interesting work in progress), Horizons (summarizing important recent or future meetings or outlining future directions of work), and Opinion pieces that provide a platform for both established and alternative views on aspects of the issue’s topic. The guest editors and the editorial team are assisted by an experienced international editorial board and external reviewers to ensure that the journal’s strict peer-review process is in keeping with its long and honorable tradition of publishing only the best of psychological science. The subjects being covered are determined by the editorial team after consultation within the scientific community, thus ensuring topicality. The Zeitschrift für Psychologie thus brings convenient, cutting-edge compilations of the best of modern psychological science, each covering an area of current interest.

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