Use the Five-Factor Nonverbal Personality Questionnaire to assess respondents for Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, and Openness to Experience in counseling, research and business settings. It’s ideal for use in cross-cultural situations and other applications where language understanding might be an issue.
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This image-based questionnaire measures the ‘Big Five’ normal personality factors. In addition to the standard uses for a measure of normal personality, the Five-Factor Nonverbal Personality Questionnaire’s unique item illustrations are ideal for use in cross-cultural situations and other applications where language understanding might be an issue.
The assessment asks respondents to rate the likelihood that they would engage in the type of behavior depicted in the item illustration on a 7-point Likert scale. Response options range from extremely likely to extremely unlikely. The item illustrations in the FF-NPQ depict personality-relevant behaviors that are based on the Five-Factor Model of personality. The 60-item Five-Factor Nonverbal Personality Questionnaire takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. The FF-NPQ measures Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, and Openness to Experience — better known as the ‘Big 5’ factors of personality.
This innovative nonverbal measure is suitable for the assessment of normal adult personality in counseling, research and business settings. The FF-NPQ is ideal for cross-cultural comparisons, as well as for people who have reading difficulties, language barriers, or problems with attention and concentration.
Reliability and Validity
Several studies have evaluated this nonverbal assessment in North American, European, Middle Eastern, and Asian countries and have demonstrated strong support for the reliability, validity, and general applicability of the assessment. The manual reports a number of sources of support for the psychometric properties of the FF-NPQ.