California Psychological Inventory


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A personality testing instrument for age 13+, which consists of 480 true/false items
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We applied California Psychological Inventory at a number of 86 students (42 female students and 44 male students).
The study is about assessing the cross-cultural use of Femininity/Masculinity (F/M) Scale of California Psychological Inventory (Gough, 1957) in Pakistan.
Gasser, Larson, and Borgen examined a different model of personality and interests and found that the revised 2003 California Psychological Inventory and 1994 SII was useful.
Predicting grades in college from California Psychological Inventory.
The California Psychological inventory (CPI) (Gough, 1996) was developed for use with typically functioning persons.
Instruments such as the Millon Inventory of Personality Styles (MIPS), the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), the California Psychological Inventory (CPI), and the NEO Personality Inventory (NEO-PI) are useful for various types of AIS research.
The California Psychological Inventory (CPI) was selected due to its strong empirical support, scientifically developed norms, and both validity and reliability (Gough, 1987).
That is, nearly half of the sample ignored coverage of the California Psychological Inventory (CPI), Hogan Personality Inventory, Strong Interest Inventory, and leadership scales.
In the heretofore research, we have tried to define the psychological profile which must be in keeping with the specifically profile demanded by the virtual construct and we chosen California Psychological Inventory.
Pope (1992) identified and analyzed the use and misuse of specific subscales on five major psychological inventories used in career counseling and personnel selection (Strong Interest Inventory, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Edwards Personal Preference Schedule, California Psychological Inventory, and Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory).
Conscientiousness has previously been shown to correlate positively with several scales from Gough's (1987) Revised California Psychological Inventory (CPI) (Costa, McCrae, & Dye, 1991).

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