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High Jewish General Factor of Personality In a British Sample

Curtis Dunkel


Published: 2024/03/01


The primary purpose of the study was to test the replicability of high Jewish scores on the General Factor of Personality (GFP) using the British National Child Development Study. In addition to scoring higher on Extraversion and Intellect, the finding of higher Jewish GFP scores was replicated. Exploratory analyses revealed that Jews had lower emotional stability scores when controlling for the GFP. These new findings may add to our understanding of Jewish psychology but need to be replicated. Keywords: Jewish, British, General Factor of Personality, Neuroticism

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