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I assume the title is designed to be a bit provocative. But I think he makes a few claims: Big Five personality (especially neuroticism and extraversion) explains self-esteem well. It's very difficult to change a person's fundamental level of neuroticism. Interventions that focus directly on increasing self-esteem in a way that are detached from reality may ...


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Seems like StrengthFinder and CliftonStrengths are owned by Gallup organisation and there is commercial registration of the tests? The same way as psychometric testing can be commercialised and protected by intellectual property law, it seems that Gallup has done the same with those tests. As the result, research and testing into those instruments are very ...


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See the study below conducted on Tsimane (indigenous Bolivians). It uses Big-5 traits to assess whether if a general factor of personality can be identified with the natives (who mostly fit your criteria) similar to western population studies. Which is 'evidence' that personality traits exists in indigenous tribes the same way they do in Western ...


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