Saucier,G. (2003).  An alternative multi-language structure for personality attributes. European Journal of Personality, 17(3), 179-205.

     Saucier, G., & Goldberg, L. R. (2003). The structure of personality attributes. In M. Barrick & A. M. Ryan (Eds.), Personality and work (pp. 1-29). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass-Pfeiffer.

     Saucier,G., & Goldberg,L.R. (2002).  Assessing the big five: Applications of 10 psychometric criteria to the development of marker scales. In B. de Raad & M. Perugini (Eds.), Big Five assessment (pp. 30-54).  Ashland, OH, US:  Hogrefe & Huber Publishers.

     Saucier,G. (2002).  Gone too far--or not far enough? Comments on the article by Ashton and Lee (2001).  European Journal of Personality,  16(1), 55-62.

     Saucier,G. (2002).  Orthogonal markers for orthogonal factors: The case of the Big Five.  Journal of Research in Personality,  36(1), 1-31.

     Comings,D.E., Saucier,G., & MacMurray,J.P. (2002).  Role of DRD2 and other dopamine genes in personality traits. In J. Benjamin & R. P. Ebstein (Eds.),  Molecular genetics and the human personality. (pp. 165-191).  Washington, DC, US:  American Psychiatric Publishing. .

     Saucier,G., & Goldberg,L.R. (2001).  Lexical studies of indigenous personality factors: Premises, products, and prospects.  Journal of Personality,  69(6), 847-880.

     Saucier,G., Ostendorf,F., & Peabody,D. (2001).  The non-evaluative circumplex of personality adjectives.  Journal of Personality,  69(4), 537-582.

     Comings,D.E., Gonzales,N., Saucier,G., Johnson,J.P., & MacMurray,J.P. (2000).  The DRD4 gene and the spiritual transcendence scale of the character temperament index.  Psychiatric Genetics,  10(4), 185-189.

     Saucier,G. (2000).   Isms and the structure of social attitudes.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,  78(2), 366-385.

     Saucier,G., Hampson,S.E., & Goldberg,L.R. (2000).  Cross-language studies of lexical personality factors. In S. E. Hampson (Ed.),   Advances in personality psychology, Vol. 1. (pp. 1-36).  Philadelphia, PA, US:  Psychology Press.

Comings, D. E., Johnson, J. P., Gonzalez, N. S., Huss, M., Saucier, G., McGue, M., & MacMurray, J. (2000). Association between the adrenergic 2A receptor gene (ADRA2A) and measures of irritability, hostility, impulsivity, and memory in normal subjects. Psychiatric Genetics, 10, 39-42.

 

Comings, D. E., Gade-Andavolu, R., Gonzalez, N., Wu., S., Muhleman, D., Blake, H., Dietz, G., Saucier, G., & MacMurray, J. P. (2000). Comparison of the role of dopamine, serotonin, and noradrenaline genes in ADHD: Multivariate regression analysis of 20 genes. Clinical Genetics, 57, 178-196.

 

 

Comings, D. E., Dietz, G., Gade-Andavolu, R., Blake, H., Muhleman, D., Huss, M., Saucier, G.,MacMurray, J. P. (2000). Association of the neutral endopeptidase (MME) gene with anxiety. Psychiatric Genetics, 10 (2), 91-94.

 

Comings, D. E., Gade-Andavolu, R., Gonzalez, N., Wu, S., Muhleman, D., Blake, H., Chiu, F.,Wang, E., Farwell, K., Darakjy, S., Baker, R., Dietz, G., Saucier, G., & MacMurray, J. P. (2000). Multivariate analysis of associations of 42 genes in ADHD, ODD, and conduct disorder. Clinical Genetics, 58, 31-40.

 

Comings, D. E., Gade-Andavolu, R., Gonzalez, N., Wu, S.,Muhleman, D., Blake, H., Mann, M. B., Dietz, G., Saucier, G., & MacMurray, J. P. (2000). A multivariate analysis of 59 candidate genes in personality traits: The temperament and character inventory. Clinical Genetics, 58, 375-385.    

Saucier, G. (2000). Personality measurement. In E. F. Borgatta and R. J. V. Montgomery (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Sociology (2nd ed.) (pp. 2073-2082). New York: MacMillan.

     Saucier,G., & Ostendorf,F. (1999).  Hierarchical subcomponents of the Big Five personality factors: A cross-language replication.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,  76(4), 613-627.

      Saucier, G. (1999). It's got a plot, where others have not. (Review of Matthew, G., & Deary, I. [1998]. Personality traits). Contemporary Psychology, 44, 148-150.

     Comings,D.E., Blake,H., Dietz,G., Gade-Andavolu,R., Legro,R.S., Saucier,G., Johnson,P., Verde,R., & MacMurray,J.P. (1999).  The proenkephalin gene (PENK) and opioid dependence.  Neuroreport: For Rapid Communication of Neuroscience Research,  10(5), 1133-1135.

Comings, D. E., Gonzales, N., Wu, S., Saucier, G., Johnson, P., Verde, R., & MacMurray, J. P. (1999). Homozygosity at the dopamine DRD3 receptor gene in cocaine dependence. Molecular Psychiatry, 4, 484-487.

 

     Saucier,G., & Goldberg,L.R. (1998).  What is beyond the Big Five?  Journal of Personality,  66(4), 495-524.

     Saucier,G. (1998).  Replicable item-cluster subcomponents in the NEO Five-Factor Inventory.  Journal of Personality Assessment,  70(2), 263-276.

     Saucier,G. (1997).  Effects of variable selection on the factor structure of person descriptors.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,  73(6), 1296-1312.

     Saucier,G., & Goldberg,L.R. (1996).  The language of personality: Lexical perspectives on the five-factor model. In J. S. Wiggins (Ed.),  The five-factor model of personality: Theoretical perspectives. (pp. 21-50).  New York, NY, US:  Guilford Press.

     Saucier,G., & Goldberg,L.R. (1996).  Evidence for the Big Five in analyses of familiar English personality adjectives.  European Journal of Personality,  10(1), 61-77.

     Saucier,G. (1994).  Trapnell versus the lexical factor: More ado about nothing?  European Journal of Personality,  8(4), 291-298.

     Goldberg,L.R., & Saucier,G. (1995).  So what do you propose we use instead? A reply to Block.  Psychological Bulletin,  117(2), 221-225.

     Saucier,G. (1994).  Mini-Markers: A brief version of Goldberg's unipolar Big-Five markers.  Journal of Personality Assessment,  63(3), 506-516.

     Saucier,G. (1994).  Separating description and evaluation in the structure of personality attributes.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,  66(1), 141-154.

     Saucier,G. (1992).  Openness versus intellect: Much ado about nothing?  European Journal of Personality,  6(5), 381-386.

     Saucier,G. (1992).  Benchmarks: Integrating affective and interpersonal circles with the Big-Five personality factors.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,  62(6), 1025-1035.