1. Finding Personality Scales

This is a fantastic resource for sourcing scales and questionnaires without running into problems of copyright – all scales are offered up for use by researchers copyright-free so that you can use them in your projects.


2. Eysenck Personality Profiler

The Eysenck Personality Profiler is available online and covers the three super-factors of the Three-Factor Model and also the seven primary factors for each of these super-factors.  In this way, the researcher can obtain a more nuanced assessment of respondents’ personalities. 


3. Your Music Taste and Your Personality

Research at Cambridge University suggests that many people use musical taste both as a means of expressing their identity, and to form and refine our opinions about other people. Find out more about their research here!


4. Links to YouTube Videos