BEH225 Week 6 CheckPoint II - Personality Assessment and Theories

BEH225 Week 6 CheckPoint II - Personality Assessment and Theories

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Personality Assessment & Theories 1 CheckPoint Two, Week Six: Personality Assessment and Theories Ronda White Axia College - University of Phoenix BEH 225 Instructor, Carol Tripp October 28, 2010
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Personality Assessment & Theories 2 Personality Tests Questionnaire On page nine of his 2006 literary work, “The Ultimate Theory of Personality: Personality Theories”, Dr. C. George Boeree of Shippensburg University boasted, “Correlational research in personality usually involves the creation and use of personality tests. The scores from these tests are compared with other measurable aspects of life, as well as with other tests. So we might create a test for shyness (introversion), and compare it with the scores on intelligence tests or with ratings of job satisfaction. Unfortunately, measuring attributes doesn't tell you how they work or even if they are real, and many attributes resist measurement altogether.” I have taken the Jung Personality Test and Tickle’s Original Inkblot Test and they are incomparably set apart.
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