The Jackson Personality Inventory-Revised (JPI-R) was designed to assess personality traits to predict an individual’s behavior in a variety of settings and environments, including work, education, teams, and interpersonal situations. The JPI-R contains 300 true/false items and can be used to assess normal adult personality in selection or counseling contexts, conduct research requiring comprehensive coverage of personality dimensions, assist with guidance and career counseling, and develop greater self-awareness and understanding of human behavior and motivation. The JPI-R measures five cluster scores (Analytical, Extroverted, Emotional, Opportunistic, Dependable) and fifteen subscale scores within the five clusters.
B level qualification: A Graduate Degree in psychology or a related discipline (e.g., counseling, education, human resources, social work, etc.) and have completed graduate-level coursework in psychological testing or measurement; OR
Equivalent Training focused on psychological testing or measurement from a reputable organization.
Access and Use
Online Scoring- $66 for 3 tests and technical manual, $22 per additional test
Software Scoring- $191 for 10 tests, technical manual, and software manual
Mail-in Scoring- $188 for technical manual, 25 reusable test booklets, 10 basic reports
Hand Scoring- $105 for technical manual, 5 reusable test booklets, 5 answer sheets, 5 profile sheets.
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