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      Two Traditions of Research on Gender Identity

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      Sex Roles

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              Estimated factor correlations from 14 studies supporting the 5 factor, Big Five model of personality trait organization--5 studies based on children and adolescents, 9 on adults--were factor analyzed. Two higher-order factors were clearly evident in all studies. One was principally related to the Big Five trait dimensions Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Emotional Stability; the other, the dimensions Extraversion and Intellect. Two models, one for children and adolescents, the other for adults, were tested by confirmatory factor analysis with generally excellent results. Many personality theorists appear to have considered one or both of these 2 metatraits, provisionally labeled alpha and beta.
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                Sex Roles
                Sex Roles
                Springer Nature
                0360-0025
                1573-2762
                December 2015
                June 19 2015
                : 73
                : 11-12
                : 461-473
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                10.1007/s11199-015-0480-2
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