• COPSystem VIA

    The COPSystem VIA consists of three assessments that measure Values (COPES), Interests (COPS), Abilities (CAPS) and also provides a link to the Career Briefs Database.

  • Values (COPES)

    The Values portion of the COPSystem VIA is the perfect tool for aligning an examinees' values to careers.

  • Interests (COPS)

    The Interest inventory of the COPSystem VIA helps determine which career is the most appealing based on likes and dislikes.

  • Abilities (CAPS)

    The Abilities component of the COPSystem VIA is a comprehensive battery that measures strengths and matches examinees to jobs that capitalize on those abilities.

  • Career Briefs Database

    A comprehensive database of over 1,300 jobs keyed to the COPSystem VIA Clusters with links to O*Net and


    A comprehensive interest inventory for elementary, middle school, and high school students who have difficulty reading or low motivation levels.


    An interest inventory illustrating a variety of occupational activities, using realistic pictures of people in job related roles to help assess interests for non-readers.

  • COPS P

    Measures interests for individuals at the college level select a college major or professionals interested in career change.


  • Job Handbook

    Written to help job seekers secure their first job and be successful employees. This book covers topics from learning how to fill out a job application, to answering the toughest interview questions.

  • Applied Vocational Math Series

    Each book in the series presents problems in terms of one particular occupation and addresses the fundamentals commonly found in math texts used for the 6th-10th grades.



  • Comrey Personality Scale (CPS)

    A comprehensive, multidimensional personality assessment used for educational and career planning. Includes scales that closely align with the Big Five personality test and additional personality traits.

  • Eysenck Personality Questionnaire - Revised (EPQ-R)

    Measures three major dimensions of personality which are Extraversion/Introversion, Neuroticism, and Psychoticism or Tough-mindedness.

  • Junior Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (JEPQ)

    Measures the three major dimensions of personality which are Extraversion-Introversion, Neuroticism, and Tough-mindedness in children aged 7-17.

  • Personal Orientation Inventory (POI)

    Measures the attitudes and values of normal to high-functioning adults in terms of the concept of "self-actualization" providing a picture of an individual’s level of positive mental health.


  • Pair Attraction Inventory (PAI)

    Measures factors contributing to mate and friend selection in male/female pairs. The PAI may be used as a stand-alone instrument or as part of the Actualizing Assessment Battery (AAB).

  • Caring Relationship Inventory (CRI)

    Measures the essential elements of caring (or love) in heterosexual relationships based on studies of successfully married couples, troubled couples in therapy, and divorced couples.


  • Dimensions of Self-Concept (DOSC)

    A self-report survey for measuring non-cognitive factors that are associated with self-esteem or self-concept in the school setting.

  • Dimensions of Self-Concept for Workers (DOSC-W)

    A self-report survey for measuring non-cognitive factors that are associated with self-esteem or self-concept for adult workers.

  • Study Attitudes and Methods Survey (SAMS)

    This survey explores a students' motivation, study habits, and attitudes toward school—helpful in determining non-academic obstacles to school success. A valuable preparation exercise for college entrance as well as a counseling tool at the high school level.