Adjective Check List
Assesses personality traits with a full sphere of descriptive adjectives. The ACL provides a convenient, standardized method for recording and generating meaning for personal attributes of an individual. The ACL form can be used for self or observer ratings and Transform provides self or multi-rater assessment and reporting.
Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventory
Measures attitudes toward self in multiple contexts. Findings demonstrate the relationship of academic achievement to personal satisfaction in adult and school life.
Impact Message Inventory - Circumplex
Offers an innovative method of assessing interpersonal behavior by measuring the attitudes and feelings that the person being studied arouses in the respondent, such as dominance, hostility, submissiveness, and friendliness.
Personality Adjective Check List
The PACL is a 153-item self-report and rating measure of Theodore Millon's eight basic personality patterns for use with normal adults and counseling or psychotherapy clients.
Personality Disorder Adjective Check List
A brief screening measure for the assessment of personality disorders. It consists of 175 adjectives and adjectival phrases the client uses to describe their attributes.
Social Reticence Scale
A valuable measure for understanding shyness as a unique and separate dimension of personality.
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Adults™
The STAI Form Y is the definitive instrument for measuring anxiety in adults. It clearly differentiates between the temporary condition of “state anxiety” and the more general and long-standing quality of “trait anxiety”.
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children
The definitive instrument for measuring anxiety in children. The STAI-CH distinguishes between a general proneness to anxious behavior rooted in the personality and anxiety as a fleeting emotional state.
State-Trait Personality Inventory
A self-administered questionnaire designed to measure transitory and dispositional anger, anxiety, curiosity, and depression in adults.
Welsh Figure Preference Test
A non-verbal, visually oriented personality measure incorporating the well-known Barron-Welsh Art Scale. It consists of 400 black and white figures to which the subject responds "like" or "dislike."