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Ten Item Personality Questionnaire

This dataset includes 1899 online participants who participated in a questionnaire available through the Open Source Psychometrics Project (https://openpsychometrics.org/), an organization that maintains an open website for the public to take psychometric tests for educational and entertainment purposes

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The Ten Item Personality Questionnaire (TIPI) is a brief inventory of the Big Five personality domains. Each personality domain is assessed with two items. One item measures the domain normally and the other item measures the domain in reverse (e.g., "reserved, quiet" for reverse extraversion).

Labels for TIPI items in this dataset correspond to the first letter of each Big Five personality domain (Extraversion, Neuroticism, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, and Openness to experience), with the character ``r'' indicating items that measure the domain in reverse.

Also includes demographics such as education level, rearing environment (urban/suburban/rural), gender, English as a native language, age, religion, sexual orientation, race, voting status, marriage status, and number of children in one's family during childhood.

The dataset is publicly available at http://openpsychometrics.org/_rawdata/GCBS.zip and can be cited as:

OpenPsychometrics (2019). Generic Conspiracist Beliefs Scale Survey. Retrieved from http://openpsychometrics.org/_rawdata/GCBS.zip

Format

a dataframe. Columns represent questionnaire items and rows represent individuals

Aliases
  • tipi
Examples
# NOT RUN {
head(tipi)
# }
# NOT RUN {
## Example networktree with TIPI
data(tipi)
nodeVars <- c("E","A_r","C","N","O","E_r","A","C_r","N_r","O_r")
splitVars <- c("gender","education","engnat")
myTree<-networktree(tipi[,nodeVars], tipi[,splitVars])
myTree
plot(myTree)

# }
# NOT RUN {
# }
Documentation reproduced from package networktree, version 0.2.2, License: GPL-3

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