HEXACO personality and Schwartz's personal values: A facet-level analysis

Jeromy Anglim, Emily R.V. Knowles, Patrick D. Dunlop, Andrew Marty

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Abstract

This study systematically examined the correlates of Schwartz's basic values with the broad and narrow traits of the HEXACO model of personality. A sample of 1244 adults (53% male; M age = 44, SD = 12) completed the 200-item HEXACO-PI-R and the Portrait Values Questionnaire measuring Schwartz's 10 basic personal values. Regression models predicting each of the ten basic values from personality revealed mean-adjusted multiple correlations of.39 for HEXACO factors without honesty-humility,.45 for all HEXACO factors, and.53 for HEXACO facets. The facet-level multiple correlations were particularly large (>.60) for power, universalism, and cooperation. Results suggest that individual differences in personality and values overlap to a greater extent than implied by past literature.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)23-31
Number of pages9
JournalJournal of Research in Personality
Volume68
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2017

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