Personality: Sites to Visit
Keirsey Temperament Sorter
The Keirsey Temperament Sorter is a personality inventory which assesses
Is this a clinically based, a lab-based, or a psychometrically based
measure? What are the major differences among the three? If your scores
counted for something that was important to you, how would you like to
be tested? What are the benefits and limitations of the method of measurement
you would choose?
Locus of Control
Take this locus of control test from Body-Mind Queendom.
This locus of control test yields four types of scores. On what
dimensions do they differ? Do you think these four scores are more
or less valid than Rotter's original internal-external score? Why
or why not?
Some other interesting sites you may want to check out...
The following are psychometric tests for some of the most common personality
dimensions. See where you fall on these dimensions but remember that these
tests are not infallible!
Type A Personality Test.
Self Esteem Test.
This pet personality test is part of a research project being conducted
at the University of California, Berkeley. The test was down all
Fall but hopefully will be back up soon.
Pull down to Chapter 15 to review concepts for this topic.
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