Comparing Personality Assessment Instruments


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Comparing Personality Assessment Instruments: Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire versus the Rorschach Test versus the Self-Help Book
This paper compares and contrasts three personality assessment instruments: the sixteen personality factor questionnaire; the Rorschach test; and the self-help book (oddly enough). Each of these instruments will be assessed using the following criteria: validity; comprehensiveness; applicability; and cultural utility. The essay will begin by looking at the sixteen personality factor questionnaire and its validity; after having discussed this matter at some length, the paper will turn to look at the validity of the Rorschach test and how it compares. Finally, the validity of self-help books as...
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