Research Paper On Personality Test
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Assessing Client Personality
A 6 page research paper that, first, examines the subject of informal personality assessment in reference to a comparison between two approaches. Then, the subject of structure personality tests is discussed, in reference to two examples of structure personality inventories, specifically the MBTI and the MMPI. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Overview of the TAT Personality Test
4 pages in length. Like its Rorschach and MMPI counterparts, the thematic apperception test (TAT) seeks to uncover hidden facets of an individual's thought processes, attitudes, emotional responses and observational abilities. Christiana D. Morgan and Henry A. Murray, who designed the personality test at Harvard in the 1930s, has long been one of the most repeatedly applied psychological approaches to determining these multiple factors of human awareness. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Mood Disorders and the MMPI Diagnostic Tool The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) and the Diagnosis of Mood Disorders
A 10 page overview of the advantages and disadvantages of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), a psychological testing mechanism first created in 1942 but revised extensively over the years. The test is designed to distinguish the so-called “normal” personality from deviations from the norm. The MMPI is, in fact, one of the most extensively used tests in psychological assessment. This test has been the subject of considerable criticism in regard to its usefulness in cross-cultural scenarios. Never-the-less, most psychologists continue to consider the MMPI as a complimentary addition to the many other types of diagnostic approaches which are utilized in the field of psychology. Bibliography lists 9 sources.