Interprets and reports on the ACL 37 original scale scores. You complete the survey and Transform™ generates your report. Transform will connect this report to the "Send To" email provided at checkout.
Adjective Check List
Report About Me
by Harrison G. Gough and Alfred B. Helibrun
Copyright © 1965, 1980, 1983, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 by Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc.
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The ACL offers a full sphere of psychological trait assessments. The Adjective Check List Standard Scales are:
Modus operandi: Four scales assessing ways in which the respondent has approached the task of describing self or others.
Need scales: Fifteen scales assessing psychological needs or wants identified as important in Henry A. Murray’s need-press theory of personality.
Topical scales: Nine scales assessing a diverse set of attributes, potentialities, and role characteristics.
Transactional Analysis scales: Five scales, an Egogram, assessing components of ego functioning from the Transactional Analysis (TA) theory of personality developed by Eric Berne.
Origence-intellectence scales: Four scales assessing the balance between preferences for affective-emotional and rational-realistic modes of functioning from George Welsh’s structural dimensions of personality.
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Modus Operandi Scales
Transactional Analysis Scales
Alternative Report Type
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Harrison Gough, Ph.D., (1921-2014) was best-known for his work on psychological assessment, in particular the California Psychological Inventory (CPI) and the Adjective Check List (ACL).