personality profile

per·son·al·i·ty pro·file

1. a method by which the results of psychological testing are presented in graphic form;
2. a vignette or brief personality description.

per·son·al·i·ty pro·file

(pĕr'sŏn-al'i-tē prō'fīl)
1. A method by which the results of psychological testing are presented in graphic form.
2. A vignette or brief personality description.
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In addition to conducting skills assessment, personality profile and compatibility analysis workshops for professionals, she teaches introductory courses in handwriting analysis.
Based on more than five decades of scientific research, the Berkeley Personality Profile reveals the multidimensional you: how you see yourself and how others see you in a variety of real-life contexts.
Keying in these details to his computer, the homeopath instantly produced a personality profile that was uncannily accurate.
Explore Your Many-Sided Self with the Berkeley Personality Profile.
Unlike most previous studies, the Berkeley project used clinicians to develope a personality profile of each youngster at the time of each self-esteem test.
In a report in the May 21 NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, the scientists say the reason for the exercise-dependent, chronic hormone elevation is unclear and may represent either "an adaptive change to the daily stress of strenuous exercise or a marker of a specific personality profile.
But recent investigations of lifelongnightmare sufferers, including one study reported in the January ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY, describe a personality profile marked by emotional vulnerability, sensitivity, creativity and often some schizophrenic-like oddities of thought and behavior.

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