A Correlational Study Examining the Relationship Between Performance in Trade School User Experience Immersive Program and the Five Factor Model of Personality Traits
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DepartmentUniversity of Baltimore. Division of Science, Information Arts, and Technologies
ProgramUniversity of Baltimore. Doctor of Science in Information and Interaction Design
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Trade School User Experience Immersive
Trade School User Experience Immersive Boot Camp
Psychometrics and Personality
Five Factor Inventory
User Experience and Education
User Experience and Trade School Education
Trade School User Experience Immersive Boot Camp and FFM
This study examined the relationship between the Five-Factor Model (FFM; McCrae & Costa, 2009), and User Experience education in a trade school immersive program. Research was conducted to determine if any of the FFM personality traits (Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism) correlated with performance as measured using rubric scores. Data were collected from 34 alumni of a trade school User Experience immersive program. Results indicated that none of the personality traits had a relationship except for Agreeableness, which had an inverse relationship [(A): r(34) = - 0.44, p = .008527] with Trade School User Experience Immersive Program performance rubric as measured by Pearson correlation coefficient.
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