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The hypothesis that the supervisor's recommendation for return to the team, job performance (recommendations for future development, and ministry strengths and weaknesses), job satisfaction (organizational life: identification with the mission agency's purposes, distinctives, objectives, and team unity), and attrition would be related to the 16PF traits of conscientiousness, neuroticism, privateness, self reliance, independence, controlled, extroversion, and the ability to bind anxiety was partially supported by the Pearson correlations and multiple regressions that were run.
The Sixteen Personality Factor questionnaire (16PF) is a 185-item instrument that comprises 16 personality primary factor scales originally identified by Raymond Cattell (cf., Catell, Eber, & Tatsuoka, 1970).
* Hexagram hitting and six 16PF factors: Factors F (Liveliness), H (Social Boldness), [Q.sub.2] (Self-Reliance), [Q.sub.4] (Tension), EX (Extraversion), and IN (Independence).
Norms on the 16PF Test: Forms A and B(VKKJ: KA & KHA).
Ha uma correlacao alta entre a Extroversao medida no EPI e a Extroversao medida no 16PF, segundo mediu-se pelas cargas fatoriais das escalas: "A" = (0,41), "F" = (0,65), "H" = (0,77) e "[Q.sub.2]" = (-0,43).
Whereas the results of the PARI questionnaire are high-normal, the results of 16PF correspond to average normative values.
Although the mission-related research has found inconsistent results, it also indicates that objective personality tests (e.g., MMPI-2 and 16PF) may be useful in screening for some of the predictors of missionary performance and attrition.
One set of special scores obtained from the 16PF, available by computer scoring, is the prediction of Holland's occupational types.
Cattell has also developed a self-reported questionnaire to measure the 16-trait dimension which is known as the Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire (or 16PF) [6, 15].
Cuestionario 16PF Quinta Edicion (Cattell, Cattell, & Cattell, 1993)
Extraversion was typically measured within larger personality questionnaires such as the 16PF (Cattell & Mead, 2008), but subcomponents such as Bern's (2011) Sensation Seeking Scale were also included.