Paul Barrett - Publications

1. Barrett, P.T. & Kline, P. (1980) The location of superfactors P, E, N, within an unexplored personality factor space. Personality and Individual Differences, 1, 239-247.

2. Barrett, P.T. & Kline, P. (1980) Personality Factors in the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire. Personality and Individual Differences, 1, 317-333.

3. Barrett, P.T. & Kline, P. (1980) The observation to variable ratio in factor analyses. Personality and Group Behaviour, 1, 1-33.

4. Barrett, P.T. & Kline, P. (1981) Radial Parcel Factor Analysis. Personality and Individual Differences, 2, 311-318.

5. Barrett, P.T. & Kline, P. (1981) A comparison between Rasch Analysis and factor analysis of items in the EPQ. Personality and Group Behaviour, 1, 11-28.

6. Kline, P., Barrett, P.T., Svasti-Xuto, B. (1981) Personality traits of Thai Students. Journal of Social Psychology, 141, 23-34.

7. Barrett, P.T. & Kline, P. (1982) The itemetric properties of the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire: A reply to Helmes. Personality and Individual Differences, 3, 73-80.

8. Barrett, P.T. & Kline, P. (1982) An item and radial parcel factor analysis of the 16PF questionnaire. Personality and Individual Differences, 3, 259-270

9. Barrett, P.T. & Kline, P. (1982) Factor extraction: an examination of three methods. Personality and Group Behaviour, 1, 84-98.

10. Kline, P. & Barrett, P.T. (1983) The Factors in Personality Questionnaires. Advances in Behaviour Research and Therapy, 5, 141-202.

11. O'Looney, B. & Barrett, P.T. (1983) A psychometric investigation of the multidimensional Health Locus of Control questionnaire. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 22, 3, 217-218.

12. Barrett, P.T. (1984) Averaged Evoked Potentials and Intelligence. International Medicine, 4, 12-15.

13. Barrett, P.T and Eysenck, S.B.G. (1984) The assessment of Personality across 25 countries. Personality and Individual Differences, 5, 6, 615-632.

14. Kline, P., Barrett, P.T., Svasti-Xuto, B. (1984) The Junior Eysenck Personality Questionnaire in Thailand. Journal of Social Psychology,

15. Barrett, P.T. (1985) The psychophysiological Assessment of Intelligence. In D. Papakostopoulos et al (Eds.), Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychophysiology, Croom Helm.

16. Eysenck, H.J., Barrett, P.T., and Eysenck, S.B.G. (1985) Indices of factor comparison for homologous and non-homologous personality scales in 24 different countries. Personality and Individual Differences, 6, 4, 503-504.

17. Eysenck, S.B.G., Eysenck, H.J., and Barrett, P.T. (1985) A revised version of the Psychoticism scale. Personality and Individual Differences, 6, 21-29.

18. Wilson, G.D. and Barrett, P.T. (1985) Social Attitudes of Schizophrenics. Personality and Individual Differences, 6, 645-647.

19. Eysenck, H.J. & Barrett, P.T. (1985) Psychophysiology and the Measurement of Intelligence. In C.R. Reynolds & V. Willson (Eds.) Methodological and Statistical Advances in the Study of Individual Differences. New York: Plenum Press.

20. Barrett, P.T. (1986) Factor comparison: An examination of three methods. Personality and Individual Differences, 7,3, 327-340.

21. Barrett, P.T., Eysenck, H.J., and Lucking, S. (1986) Reaction Time and Intelligence: a replicated study. Intelligence, 10,1, 9-40.

22. Eysenck, S.B.G., Barrett, P.T., Spielberger, C., Evans, F.J., and Eysenck, H.J. (1986) Cross Cultural Comparisons of Personality Dimensions: England and America. Personality and Individual Differences, 7, 209-214.

23. Barrett, P.T. (1987-1989) Paul's Page: A Quarterly review of all that's new in the fields of Psychophysiology, digital signal processing, biological cybernetics, and biomedical engineering. Journal of Psychophysiology, Almost Every Quarterly Issue from 1987 to 1989.

24. Barrett, P.T. (1987) Validation and Technical Report: Attitudes to Honesty Questionnaire (ATH-1). London: Permetric Ltd.

25. Wilson, G.D. and Barrett, P.T. (1987) Parental Characteristics and Partner Choice: Some evidence for oedipal imprinting. Journal of Biosocial Science, 19, 2, 157-161.

26. Barrett, P.T. (1988) Sample Size and Power: some interesting observations. Journal of Psychophysiology, 2, 301-305

27. Frearson, W., Barrett, P.T., and Eysenck, H.J. (1988) Intelligence, Reaction Time, and Smoking. Personality and Individual Differences, 9, 497-517.

28. Wilson, G.D., Barrett, P.T., and Gray. J.A. (1989) Human reactions to Reward and Punishment: A questionnaire examination of Gray's personality theory. British Journal of Psychology, 80, 4, 509-515.

29. Wilson, G.D., Barrett, P.T., and Gray, J. (1989) Reaccoes Humanas a Recompensa e a Punicao. Rev. Port. de Pedagogia, 23, 347-367.

30. Barrett, P.T., Daum, I., Eysenck, H.J. (1990) Sensory Nerve Conduction and Intelligence. Journal of Psychophysiology, 4, 1-13.

31. Frearson, W, Barrett, P.T., and Eysenck, H.J. (1990) The Furneaux Model of Human Problem Solving: its relationship to reaction time and intelligence. Personality and Individual Differences, 3, 239-258.

32. Wilson, G.D., Barrett, P.T., and Gray, J.A. (1990) A factor analysis of the Gray-Wilson Personality Questionnaire. Personality and Individual Differences, 11, 1037-1045.

33. Barrett, P.T. (1991) A Review of SYSTAT/SYGRAPH v.5.0 - MSDOS. The Psychologist, November.

34. Gosselyn, C., Wilson, G.D., and Barrett, P.T. (1991) The personality and sexual preferences of sadomasochistic women. Personality and Individual Differences, 12, 1, 11-15.

35. Hanin, Y., Eysenck, S.B.G., Eysenck, H.J., Barrett, P.T. (1991) A cross-cultural study of personality: Russia and England. Personality and Individual Differences, 12, 3, 265-279.

36. Barrett, P.T. and Eysenck, H.J. (1992) Brain Evoked Potentials and Intelligence: The Hendrickson Paradigm. Intelligence, 16, 3-4, 361-382.

37. Barrett, P.T. and Eysenck, H.J. (1992) Brain Electrical Potentials and Intelligence. In Gale, A. and Eysenck, M. (eds) - The Handbook of Psychophysiology -Vol.3. Wiley.

38. Barrett, P.T and Eysenck, S.B.G. (1992) Predicting EPQR Full scale scores from short scale scores. Personality and Individual Differences, 13, 851-854.

39. Eysenck, H.J., Barrett, P.T., Wilson, G., & Jackson, C. (1992) Primary Trait Measurement of the 21 Components of the P-E-N System. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 8, 2, 109-117.

40. Eysenck, S.B.G., Barrett, P.T., and Barnes, G.E. (1992) A cross-cultural study of personality: Canada and England. Personality and Individual Differences, 14, 1, 1-10.

41. Barrett, P.T. and Eysenck, H.J. (1993) Sensory Nerve Conduction and Intelligence: a replication. Personality and Individual Differences, 15,3, 249-260.

42. Barrett, P.T. and Paltiel, L. (1993) The Concurrent and Structural Validity of the 15 Factor Personality Questionnaire. International Journal of Recruitment Selection and Retention, 2, 3, 30-36

43. Eysenck, H.J. & Barrett, P.T. (1993) The nature of Schizotypy. Psychological Reports, 73, 59-63.

44. Grossarth-Maticek, R., Eysenck, H.J., and Barrett, P.T. (1993) The prediction of cancer and coronary heart disease as a function of the method of questionnaire administration. Psychological Reports, 73, 3, 943-959.

45. Eysenck, H.J. & Barrett, P.T. (1993) Brain Research Related to Giftedness. In Heller, K., Monks, F, and Passow, A. (eds.) The International Handbook for Research on Giftedness and Talent. New York: Pergamon Press.

46. Barrett, P.T. and Eysenck, H.J. (1994) The relationship between evoked potential component amplitude, latency, contour length, variability, zero crossings, and psychometric intelligence. Personality and Individual Differences., 16, 1, 3-32.

47. Barrett, P.T. and Kranzler, J. (1994) The use of personal computer hardware and software for the measurement of Inspection Time. Personality and Individual Differences., 16, 347-348.

48. Barrett, P.T. and Paltiel, L. (1994). The 15 Factor Personality Questionnaire: A Comparison with Cattell's 16PF Questionnaire. Selection and Development Review, 10, 6, 1-4

49. Eysenck, S.B.G., Makaremi, A., and Barrett, P.T. (1994) A Cross-Cultural Study of Personality: Iranian and English Children. Personality and Individual Differences., 16, 203-210.

50. Kline, P. & Barrett, P.T. (1994). Studies with the PPQ and the Five Factor Model of Personality. European Review of Applied Psychology, 44, 35-42.

51. Barrett, P.T. (1994) Psychophysiological Data. In Breakwell, G., Fife-Schaw, C., and Hammmond, S. (Eds.) Researching Psychological Processes. Sage Publications

52. Barrett, P.T. and Paltiel, L. (1995) The Concept 5.2 OPQ: Inefficient Measurement or broad occupational assessment? Proceedings of the BPS Occupational Psychology Conference, 45-50.

53. Barrett, P.T. and Paltiel, L. (1995) The comparability of the 16PF Form A and the 16PF5: Some observations on the 16PF5 test. Proceedings of the BPS Occupational Psychology Conference, 51-56.

54. Barrett, P.T. and Paltiel, L. (1995). Reductio ad Absurdum? A reply to Saville and Sik (1995). Selection and Development Review, 11, 6, 3-5

55. Eysenck, H.J., Eysenck, S.B.G., and Barrett, P. T.(1995) Personality differences according to gender. Psychological Reports. 76, 3, (1) , 711-716

56. Wilson, G.D., Barrett, P.T., and Iwawaki, S. (1995) Japanese reactions to reward and punishment: a cross-cultural personality study. Personality and Individual Differences, 19, 1, 109-112.

57. Barrett, P.T., Kline, P., Paltiel, L., and Eysenck, H.J. (1996). An evaluation of the psychometric properties of the Concept 5.2 OPQ Questionnaire. Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology, 69, 1, 1-19

58. Barrett, P.T. and Paltiel, L. (1996). Can a single item replace an entire scale? POP vs the OPQ 5.2. Selection and Development Review, 12, 6, 1-4

59. Hammond, S. and Barrett, P.T. (1996) The Psychometric and Practical Implications of the use of Ipsative, forced-choice format, Questionnaires. Proceedings of the BPS Occupational Conference, January, 135-144. Leicester: BPS Press.

60. Barrett, P.T. (1997) Process Models of Individual Differences, In Cooper, C., and Varma, V. (Eds.) Processes in Individual Differences: A Festschrift in honour of Paul Kline. London: Routledge.

61. Barrett, P.T. (1998). Science, Fundamental Measurement, and Psychometric Testing. Selection and Development Review, 14, 4, 3-10.

62. Barrett, P.T. and Eysenck, S.B.G. (1998) Cross-cultural psychometrics: the Eysenck paradigm, measurement, and psychological science. Psihologija (a Yugoslav journal- the paper was invited - a special journal issue in honour of the late Hans Eysenck), 3, 171-192.

63. Barrett, P.T., Petrides, K.V., & Eysenck, H.J. (1998) Estimating Inspection Time: response probabilities, the BRAT IT algorithm, and IQ correlations. Personality and Individual Differences, 24, 3, 405-419

64. Barrett, P.T., Petrides, K.V., Eysenck, S.B.G., and Eysenck, H.J. (1998) The Eysenck Personality Questionnaire: an examination of the factorial similarity of P, E, N, and L across 34 countries Personality and Individual Differences, 25, 5, 805-819.

65. Barrett, P.T. (1999) A Response to: The future of Psychometric Testing: A user's view. Selection and Development Review, 15, 2, 7-8.

66. Barrett, P.T. (1999) Rejoinder to: The Eysenckian Personality Structure: A "Giant Three" or "Big Five" model in Hong Kong? Personality and Individual Differences, 26, 1, 175-186.

67. Brown, R. and Barrett, P.T. (1999) Differences between Applicant and Non-Applicant Personality Questionnaire Data: some implications for the creation and use of norm tables. BPS Test User Conference Proceedings, pp. 34-42. Leicester: British Psychological Society.

68. Barrett, P.T. (2000) The Psychopathy Checklist-Revised Diagnostic cut-off score: test-equating across cultures based upon a false premise. Rasch Measurement Transactions, 14:1, 732-733

69. Barrett, P.T. (2000) g, intelligence, psychometrics, IQ, and mental abilities: quantitative methodology dressed as science. Book Review of Jensen's "The g-factor". Psycoloquy: 11(046) Intelligence g Factor (45).

70. Barrett, P.T. and Hutton, R. (2000) The Distortion of Meaning and Measurement in Applicant Sample Personality Questionnaire Responses. BPS Occupational Psychology Proceedings, pp. 76-91, Leicester: British Psychological Society.

71. Barrett, P.T. and Hutton, R. (2000) Personality and Psychometrics. Selection and Development Review, 16, 2, 5-9

72. Barrett, P.T. and Sowden, P.(2000). Psychophysiological Methods. In Breakwell, G., Hammond, S., & Fife-Schaw, C., (Eds.) Researching Psychological Processes 2nd. Edition. Sage Publications

73. Lyne De Ver, J., Barrett, P.T., Williams, C., and Coaley, K. (2000) A Psychometric evaluation of the Occupational Stress Indicator. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 73, 2, 195-220

74. Lyne, J. and Barrett, P.T. (2001) Action on Health Questionnaire: Organisational and Employee Well-Being Assessment. Slough (UK): ASE Ltd. (NFER).
* this was a big R&D year - culminating in the Patent application lodged in New Zealand and internationally via PCT - on the Mariner7 Assessment Technology and Preference Profiler.

75. Abdel-Khalek, A.M., Lester, D., and Barrett, P. (2002) The factorial structure of the Arabic Obsessive-Compulsive Scale in Kuwait and American College students. Personality and Individual Differences, 33, 1, 3-10.

76. Barrett, P.T. (2002) The Professional Personality Questionnaire. In Boele de Raad and Marco Perugini (eds.) Big Five Assessment. Hogrefe and Huber.

77. Duncan, J., Short, A., Barrett, P.T., and Lewis, J. (2002) The Analysis of Readmission Data in the State Hospital, 1992-1997. Scottish Health Bulletin, 60, 1, 1-14.

78. Barrett, P.T. (2003) Beyond Psychometrics: Measurement, non-quantitative structure, and applied numerics. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 3, 18, 421-439.
78a. Augmented web-version - longer paper with more explanation and details about conjoint measurement etc. and impact on Structural Equation Modelling,

79. Barrett, P.T. (2003) A Review of SYSTAT 10.2. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 56, 189-195.

80. Barrett, P.T. (2003) Systat 10.2: Comprehensive Statistical Analysis Software. Statistical Society of Australia Incorporated: Newsletter, May, p7.

81. Popovich, M., Milne, D., and Barrett, P. T. (2003) The scale of perceived interpersonal closeness. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 10, 5, 286-301.

82. Barrett, P.T. (2004) The future of ability testing: what happened to the Science of mental ability? Commentary on Susan Embretson's "The Second Century of Ability Testing: Some Predictions and Speculations" target article. Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research and Perspectives, 2, 1, 33-36.

83. Barrett, P.T. (2005) What if there were no psychometrics? Commentary on Robert McGrath's "Constructs, complexity, and measurement" target article. Journal of Personality Assessment, 85, 2: 134-140

84. Barrett, P.T. (2005) A biography of Raymond Bernard Cattell. The Encyclopaedia of Statistics in Behavioral Science. p. 242-243, Wiley Publishers.

85. Barrett, P.T. (2005) Person-Target Profiling. In André Beauducel, Bernhard Biehl, Michael Bosnjak, Wolfgang Conrad, Gisela Schönberger, and Dietrich Wagener (Eds.) Multivariate Research Strategies: a Festschrift for Werner Wittman. Chapter 4, pp 63-118. Aachen: Shaker-Verlag.

86. Tyler, G., Newcombe, P., & Barrett, P. (2005). The Chinese challenge to the Big-5. Selection and Development Review, 21, 6, 10-14.

87. Barrett, P.T. (2006) Integrity Testing. In J. Greenhaus and G.A. Callanan (eds) Encyclopedia of Career Development. Sage Publications.

88. Lyne, K., Barrett, P.T., Evans, C., & Barkham, M. (2006) Dimensions of variation on the CORE-OM. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45, 2, 185-204.

89. Sowden, P. & Barrett, P.T. (2006). Psychophysiological Methods. In Breakwell, G., Hammond, S., Fife-Schaw, C., Smith, J. (Eds.) Research Methods in Psychology 3rd Edition. Sage Publications (Chapter 15, pp. 211-223).


90. Wellenreuther, M., Barrett, P.T. and Clements, K. (2007) Ecological diversification in habitat use by subtidal triplefin fishes (Tripterygiidae). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 330, 235-246.

91. Hogan, J., Barrett, P., and Hogan, R. (2007) Personality measurement, faking, and employment selection. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 5, 1270-1285.

92. Barrett, P.T. (2007) Structural Equation Modelling: Adjudging Model Fit. Target article for Personality and Individual Differences, 42, 5, 812-824 (with 9 peer review commentaries).

93. Popovich, M., Milne, D., and Barrett, P. T. (2007) Assessing Clients' Satisfaction with Psychological Services: New Client Satisfaction Survey Questionnaire. Counselling Psychology Review, 22, 2.


94. Hogan, R., Hogan, J., and Barrett, P. T. (2008) Good Judgment: the intersection of intelligence and personality. In O. Y. Chebykin, G. Z. Bedney, & W. Karwowski (Eds.) Ergonomics and Psychology: Developments in Theory and Practice, chapter 17, pp. 357-376. London: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis.

95. Barrett, P.T.  (2008) 'The Consequence of Sustaining a Pathology: Scientific Stagnation- a Commentary on the Target Article "Is Psychometrics a Pathological Science?" by Joel Michell', Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research & Perspective, 6:1, 78 -83.


96. Wellenreuther, M., Barrett, P. T., and Clements, K. (2009). The evolution of habitat specialisation in a group of marine triplefin fishes. Evolutionary Ecology, 23, 4, pp. 557-568.


97. Barrett, P.T. (2011). Invoking arbitrary units is not a solution to the problem of quantification in the social sciences. Measurement: Interdisciplinary Research & Perspective, 9, 1, 28–31.

98. Barrett, P.T. (2011) Foreword to James Grice's book: Observation Oriented Modeling: Analysis of cause in the behavioral sciences. New York: Elsevier.

99. Barrett, P.T. (2011) Foreword to Suitbert Ertl's book: Modeling Complexity (in German: Komplexitat modellieren). University of Goettingen Press.


100. Grice, J.W., Barrett, P.T., Schlimgen, L.A., & Abramson, C.I. (2012). Toward a brighter future for psychology as an observation oriented science. Behavioral Sciences, 2, 1-22.

101. Barrett, P.T.(2012). Interpreting Commercial Personality Test Scores: Separating the Subjective from the Objective . Psyche, 64, Spring, 6-7.

102. Barrett, P.T. (2012). Employability, corporatization, global unemployment, and I/O psychologists: What psychologists say employers need -&- What employers say they want in new hires Psyche, 66, Winter, 5-7.


103. Chapman, B., Weiss, A., Barrett, P.T., & Duberstein, P. (2013). Hierarchical structure of the Eysenck Personality Inventory in a large population sample: Goldberg's trait-tier mapping procedure. Personality and Individual Differences, 54, 4, 479-484.

104. Eysenck S.B.G. & Barrett, P.T. (2013). Re-introduction to cross-cultural studies of the EPQ. Personality and Individual Differences, 54, 4, 485-489 (includes the complete 40,000+ case, 35-country EPQ cross-cultural data-archive for free download in the Elsevier article supplementary data area..

105. Prinsloo, M. & Barrett, P.T. (2013). Cognition: Theory, measurement, implications. Integral Leadership Review, June, 1-47.

106. Barrett, P.T. & Prinsloo, M. (2013). Rethinking reliability and validity of psychological measurements. > 0.05: The Non-Significant Journal of Business and Consumer Psychology, Autumn 2, 2, 28-55.


107. Barrett, P.T. (2014). Big data and workforce analytics: an unresolved ambivalence. Psyche, 69, 5-7.

108. Grice, J.W. & Barrett, P.T. (2014). A note on Cohen's overlapping proportions of normal distributions. Psychological Reports: Measures & Statistics, 115, 3, 741-747. {the publisher has expressly forbidden download availability, so please contact me directly for a copy of the article}.


109. Barrett, P.T. (2015). The utility of psychometric tests for small organizations. Psyche, 74, Summer, 5-10.

110. Barrett, P.T. (2016). Electrophysiology, chronometrics, and cross-cultural psychometrics at the Biosignal Lab: Why it began, what we learned, and why it ended Personality and Individual Differences, 103, 128-134.

Published Applied Psychological Tests
111. Barrett, P. T. (1987) ATH-1: The Attitudes to Honesty Questionnaire - 1. Originally published by Permetric Ltd., now published by Psychological Consultancy Ltd (UK).

112. Barrett, P. T. (1991) English Literacy Test for European Parliament Ushers. A Closed Test for the European Parliament, Luxembourg, constructed by contract in conjunction with Psytech International Ltd.

113. Lyne, J. and Barrett, P. T. (2001, revised 2012) EWQ: Organisational and Employee Well-Being Assessment. Originally published by ASE-NFER/Previsor, UK, then John Queripel Associates, then from October, 2012 by Psytech International.

114. Hogan, R., Barrett, and P., Hogan, J. (2007) The Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory - version 1.0. Hogan Assessment Systems Inc., Tulsa, OK.

115. A new Complex Situational Judgment item-design (for a UK National Health Service Assessment on behalf of Mendas Consultancy, UK; 2011).

116. The ISIP Single-item-construct Safety Profiler (2011) - a 14-attribute employee safety assessment constructed for a large multinational corporate infrastructure company in conjunction with colleagues from the Insight Partnership Ltd. (UK) and John Gosling (RealNeedSoftware Ltd.)

117. A single-item-construct personality assessment for an Australian online applicant tracking system company (2011).

118. A single-item-construct teamwork preference profiler for an Australian online applicant tracking system company (2011).

119. A single-item-construct organizational-culture assessment for an Australian online applicant tracking system company (2011).

120. The Barrett Cognitive Inventory (2012). Published by Psytech International Ltd., an assessment of Rule Finding and Rule Following. This is the initial reasoning assessment that is to be coupled in late 2012 with a complex Situational Judgement Test as the two-component assessment of 'Good Judgement' for senior executive/decision-maker candidates.

( I have also written various test manuals in support of the above tests, which include details of calibration and validity analyses. )