A Serbian version of the ANPS and its link to the five factor model of personality
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Description: This short communication presents a Serbian version of the Affective Neuroscience Personality Scales (ANPS). The ANPS is a self-report measure assessing individual differences in primary emotional systems as derived from Jaak Panksepp’s Affective Neuroscience Theory. As a recent work by Montag & Panksepp (2017a) confirmed the original demonstration of strong associations between primary emotions and the Five Factor Model of Personality (Davis et al., 2003) across different cultures (USA, Germany, China), we replicated these findings in a Serbian sample. Moreover, following the idea of a recent commentary of DiDomencio & Ryan (2017) on Montag & Panksepp’s (2017a), we present for the first time detailed associations between Five Factor Model facets as assessed with the NEO-PI-R and primary emotions. Please note that as part of a cross-cultural project, also HEXACO data were collected, which have been published in Knežević et al. (2019). Information about the project on ANPS and HEXACO are available at https://osf.io/8cu4k/