Robert R. McCrae, Ph.D.

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National Institute of Aging, Cabanatuan City, Central Luzon, Philippines 
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Paul T. Costa grad student (Neurotree)

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McCrae RR, Costa PT. (2020) Understanding persons: From Stern's personalistics to Five-Factor Theory Personality and Individual Differences. 109816
McCrae RR, Mõttus R, Hřebíčková M, et al. (2018) Source Method Biases as Implicit Personality Theory at the Domain and Facet Levels. Journal of Personality
Costa PT, McCrae RR, Löckenhoff CE. (2018) Personality Across the Life Span. Annual Review of Psychology
McCrae RR, Sutin AR. (2018) A Five-Factor Theory Perspective on Causal Analysis. European Journal of Personality. 32: 151-166
De Bolle M, De Fruyt F, McCrae RR, et al. (2015) The emergence of sex differences in personality traits in early adolescence: A cross-sectional, cross-cultural study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 108: 171-85
McCrae RR. (2015) A more nuanced view of reliability: specificity in the trait hierarchy. Personality and Social Psychology Review : An Official Journal of the Society For Personality and Social Psychology, Inc. 19: 97-112
Fountoulakis KN, Siamouli M, Moysidou S, et al. (2014) Standardization of the NEO-PI-3 in the Greek general population Annals of General Psychiatry. 13
Löckenhoff CE, Chan W, McCrae RR, et al. (2014) Gender Stereotypes of Personality: Universal and Accurate? Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 45: 675-694
Stone SV, McCrae RR. (2014) Personality and health Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine, Second Edition. 151-155
Mõttus R, McCrae RR, Allik J, et al. (2014) Cross-rater agreement on common and specific variance of personality scales and items Journal of Research in Personality. 52: 47-54
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