Synthetic Aperture Personality Assessment (SAPA) is a method used for telemetric assessment of individual differences, primarily in the context of online surveys. The SAPA method uses data collected from the administration of large inventories of personality assessment items to large pools of participants, though it differs from traditional data collection methods in that each participant ...
American psychologist who was one of the founders of humanistic psychology and emphasized the study of healthy personality development; developed a hierarchical theory of motivation based on the ideas that people will strive for self-actualization, the highest motive, only after more basic needs have been met; key ideas include the hierarchy of needs and self-actualization
Abstract. This chapter provides a guide to the use and interpretation of the Basic Personality Inventory (BPI; Jackson, 1976). In doing so, greater emphasis is placed on describing the applied aspects of the test with less of a focus on the instrument’s intricate psychometric development. The Leadership Skills Profile uses three other instruments as its basis – Jackson Personality Inventory-Revised, Personality Research Form, and the Survey of Work Styles. Each of the three instruments is well-established showing convergent and discriminate validity for the LSP. The CD includes a 7-second delay for each item to allow the client to mark his or her response on the PAI Hand-Scorable Answer Sheet. An Interpretive Guide to the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI). PAI author Les Morey has consolidated the results of clinical and empirical observations into a volume that provides additional insight into ... The Millon Index of Personality Styles Revised, MIPS, evaluates personality styles specifically for adults. This instrument is used by employee screening, employee assistance, development programs, career planning, psychology testing, and counseling.
The Personality Research Form (PRF; Jackson 1984) is a measure of normal personality published by Sigma Assessment Systems and developed by Douglas N. Jackson.First published in 1967, the PRF was revised in 1974 (Second Edition) and 1984 (Third Edition). The BPI is a multiphasic personality assessment used to identify sources of maladjustment as well as personal strengths The accompanying manual for the assessment shows seperate norms for adults and adolescents.