Essentials of 16PF Assessment
Complete coverage of the widely used 16PF?? measure of personality
Essentials of 16PF?? Assessment is a valuable guide to administering, scoring, and interpreting this popular measure of normal personality. Using the proven Essentials format, Cattell and Schuerger clearly describe how to use the instrument; provide critical information about its validity and reliability; and include helpful guidelines for using the instrument effectively with individuals, couples, and families, in settings ranging from clinical and forensic to corporate environments and other workplaces.
Essentials of 16PF?? Assessment provides comprehensive coverage of test administration, scoring, and interpretation. As well, this informative resource provides expert assessment of the method's relative strengths and weaknesses, valuable advice on its clinical applications, and illuminating sample cases.
Like all the volumes in the Essentials of Psychological Assessment series, this book is designed to help busy professionals quickly acquire the knowledge and skills they need to make optimal use of a major psychological assessment inst rument. Each concise chapter features numerous callout boxes highlighting key concepts, bulleted points, and extensive illustrative material, as well as test questions that help you gauge and reinforce your understanding of the information covered.
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Chapter Two HOW TO ADMINISTER AND SCORE THE 16PF QUESTIONNAIRE
Chapter Three THE 16PF QUESTIONNAIRE SCALES
Chapter Four HOW TO INTERPRET THE 16PF QUESTIONNAIRE
Chapter Five STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE 16PF QUESTIONNAIRE
Chapter Six CLINICAL COUNSELING AND CONSULTING APPLICATIONS
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16 Personality Factor 16PF Fifth Edition 16PF profile 16PF Questionnaire 16PF scales 16PF scores ability above-average scores Abstractedness aggressive Anxiety Artistic Assessment average behavior Big Five career Chad’s Change Q1+ client clinical correlations counseling counselor CPI’s creative Descriptors Dominance E+ Eric’s example Extraversion extreme scores extremely high scorers extremely low scorers factor feelings focus global scale goals Gordon’s H. B. Cattell high Anxiety High scorers tend Holland types Holland’s ideas Impression Management impulses Independence indicate individual individual’s interest interpersonal interpretive reports Karson lack Liveliness F Low scorers tend motivation needs negative NEO’s occupations Openness to Change pattern Perfectionism Q3 personality PRF’s primary scales problems range Rapid Reference relationships Rule-Consciousness sample Schuerger Self-Control Self-Reliance Q2 Sensitivity I+ situations Social Boldness H+ socially desirable Stark’s sten suggest tendency Tension test taker tion Tough-Mindedness traits Vigilance L+ Warmth A+