Psychological Assessments

In addition to our complete career component, we offer a variety of psychological inventories designed to assess personality, mood, self-actualization, and self-concept in counseling, educational, and workplace settings. Measures of self-actualization and interpersonal relationships are designed to provide insights into the types of beliefs that guide human behavior and decision-making processes.

The Comrey Personality Scales (CPS), the Multiple Affect Adjective Check List-Revised (MAACL-R), and the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire-Revised (EPQ-R)  are useful to clinicians, counselors, and researchers who need time effective measures that deliver valid and reliable results. 

The Personal Orientation Inventory (POI) is an interpersonal measure of self-actualization based on Maslow's hierarchy and can be integrated with the Pair Attraction Inventory (PAI) and the Caring Relationship Inventory (CRI) to develop a complete snapshot of intrapersonal relationships most useful in the marriage and family therapy setting. 

Psychological Assessments

Assessment Scoring

Complete computer scoring and reporting services are available for all clinical, institutional, and school applications of EdITS instruments. The scoring and reporting service includes scoring of answer sheets and plotting of individual profiles. Individual printouts are generated for each examinee along with a summary of means and variances by group.
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Mood Inventories

MAACL-R

MAACL-R

The MAACL-R measures affect as both a temporary state (the "Today" or State Form) and more generally, as a disposition ("In General" or Trait Form)

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ST-DACL

ST-DACL

The ST-DACL is an evolution of the Depression Adjective Check List (DACL), an instrument widely used to measure feelings of dysphoria, sadness and psychological distress.

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Personality

POI

POI

The Personal Orientation Inventory (POI) measures the attitudes and values of normal to high-functioning adults in terms of the concept of "self-actualizing."

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CPS

CPS

The Comrey Personality Scales (CPS) provide a comprehensive, multidimensional assessment of the personality structure for normally functioning adults.

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EPI

EPI

The Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI) measures two pervasive, independent dimensions of personality; Extraversion-Introversion and Neuroticism-Stability.

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EPQ-R

EPQ-R

The Eysenck Personality Questionnaire-Revised (EPQ-R) measures three major dimensions of personality that account for most of the variance in personality.

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JEPQ

JEPQ

The JEPQ extends personality assessment to children 7 - 17 years of age, measuring the same three major dimensions of personality as the adult version.

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Marriage & Family Therapy

PAI

PAI

The Pair Attraction Inventory (PAI) measures factors contributing to mate and friend selection in male/female pairs.

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CRI

CRI

The Caring Relationship Inventory (CRI) measures the essential elements of caring (or love) in heterosexual relationships.

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AAB

AAB

The concept of self-actualizing is central to Everett Shostrom's work and his development of the Actualizing Assessment Battery (AAB).

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POD

POD

The Personal Orientation Dimensions (POD) is both a refinement of and an extension of Shostrom's POI.

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Diagnostic Tools

DOSC

DOSC

The Dimensions Of Self-Concept (DOSC) is a self-report instrument for measuring non-cognitive factors.

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DOSC-W

DOSC-W

The Dimensions of Self-Concept, Form W (DOSC-W) was created to extend the self-concept assessment to the adult worker.

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SAMS

SAMS

The Study Attitudes and Methods Survey (SAMS) was developed to explore students' motivation, study habits, and attitudes toward school.

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SEPS

SEPS

The School Environment Preference Survey (SEPS) is a measure of work role socialization as it occurs in the traditional school.

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FSS

FSS

The Fear Survey Schedule (FSS) provides quantitative information about clients' reactions to possible sources of maladaptive emotional reactions.

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BSAG

BSAG

The Bristol Social Adjustment Guides (BSAG) help to diagnose the nature and extent of behavioral disturbances in children at school.

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CAK

CAK

The Concept Assessment Kit (CAK) is designed to measure "conservation" and is one of the few theory-based measurement instruments for children between the ages of 4 and 7.

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