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Depending on your definition of 'personality model' there are plenty to choose from. I don't have any good overview of similarities and differences, which are tests more than models, or which are really two names on the same model. Big 5/5 factor model. 5x6 axes. Tests include NEO-PI, MMPI-2, IPIP ++. Global 5. 5 axes BELBIN Emneagram/RHETI Hexaco ...


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That is a really interesting question. There are some studies that found that the emotional response is strong in one's native language compared to languages that are acquired later. For instance, a study by Harris and colleagues found that physiological arousal was stronger to swear words or childhood reprimands in the first language of the participants ...


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Both of my parents and I are multilingual. We come from Czech Republic and have learned multiple languages through our lives as we moved around. I have noticed, even within myself that I "feel" different speaking a European language compared to English. Not being able to go into the neurobiology of brain plasticity and change within when developing with ...


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This is a typical example of the misrepresentation of scientific reseach in popular media. The orignal study concludes that "language effects on cognition are context-bound and transient, revealing unprecedented levels of malleability in human cognition". The word "personality" does not appear in the original paper. Nevertheless the Daily Mail comes to the ...



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