2. Instructions Page 1 / 12 . Following the input from many other personality researchers, a revision of the NEO – the NEO-PI-R (that is, “Personality Inventory – Revised”) was published in the late 1980s, around the same time that Lew Goldberg published the Big Five Factor Markers. NEO™ Personality Inventory-3 (NEO™-PI-3) Basic Report for Business Client Information Results for: Sam Sample Gender: Male Age: 30 Report Date: Sunday, December 20, 2020 Norms: Combined Gender, Adult The following report is intended to provide information on five basic dimensions of personality and their corresponding facets. A purpose for this instrument is a resource for such professionals as counselors, psychiatrists, psychologists, doctors, vocational counselors, and educators. Personality Inventory (NEO PI-R) 1. The Revised Neo Personality Inventory (Neo Pi-R) Also on the list is the Neo Pi-R, a revised version of the Neo Personality Theory developed by Paul Costa and Robert McCrae . Revised NEO Personality Inventory™ Combined Interpretive Report Developed By Paul T. Costa, Jr., PhD, Robert R. McCrae, PhD, and PAR Staff Client Information Results For : Sample Client Client ID : 123456789 Birthdate : 02/03/1960 Gender : Male --- First Protocol --- Client Age : 41 Test Form : S Test Date: 09/27/2001 --- Second Protocol --- Please read each item carefully and fill in the one answer that best corresponds to your agreement or disagreement [Strongly Disagree (SD), Disagree … The NEO Personality Inventory (NEO–PI; Costa & McCrae, 1985) was designed for use by adults. These domains are operationalized and measured by the NEO Personality Inventory-Revised (NEO PI-R; Costa & McCrae, 1992). PDF | On Jan 1, 2008, Costa, P.T., Jr and others published The revised NEO personality inventory (NEO-PI-R) | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate Purpose. Shortly after its publi-cation, it became clear that college students could also use the instrument but required separate norms (Costa & Mc-Crae, 1989). A competing and popular model of personality called the Big-Five suggests that there are five superordinate factors: Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness to Experience, Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness. Recent studies (Baker & Victor, 2003; McCrae et al., 2002) have shown that the Revised NEO–PI It evaluates people based on the traits of Extraversion, Conscientiousness, Agreeableness, Neuroticism , and Openness to Experience. Revised NEO Personality Inventory™ Interpretive Report Developed By Paul T. Costa, Jr., PhD, Robert R. McCrae, PhD, and PAR Staff Client Information Results For : Sam Sample Client ID : null Age : 21 Gender : Male Test Form : S Test Date : 09/07/2006 The following report is based on research using normal adult samples and is intended to provide The NEO Personality Inventory is a 240-item measurement that is designed to assess personality in the domains of neuroticism, extraversion, openness, conscientiousness, and agreeableness (also referred to as the “Big Five Personality Factors"). This questionnaire contains 240 statements. The NEO Personality Inventory is a simple 240-item questionnaire designed to measure the various traits of personality that are clustered under each of the Big Five factors in the Five Factor Model. Developed as a measure of the Five Factor Model, the NEO Personality Inventory-Revised uses these five dimensions – emotional, interpersonal, experiential, attitudinal, and motivational styles – to evaluate adult personality.