The item illustrations in the Five-Factor Nonverbal Personality Questionnaire (FF-NPQ) depict personality-relevant behaviors that are based on Murray's (1938) system of needs, the scales of the Personality Research Form (PRF), and the Five-Factor Model of personality.
This nonverbal measure asks respondents to rate the likelihood that they would engage in the type of behavior depicted in the item illustration on a 7-point Likert scale. Response options range from extremely likely to extremely unlikely.
The FF-NPQ measures Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, and Openness to Experience--better known as the 'Big 5' factors of personality.
This report is based on the responses you made when completing the FF-NPQ. Your scores show how you compare with other people in terms of the characteristics measured by the FF-NPQ. Your unique pattern of high and low scores differentiates you from other individuals. An examination of this pattern may act as a guide to understanding the impact of personal characteristics on work and job satisfaction and on aspects of your daily life.