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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Each participant will receive their own Predictive Index, a comprehensive personality profile highlighting behavior drivers.
The new tool analyses a user's Facebook 'Likes' to reveal their traveller personality profile. Results reveal what kind of traveller they are, handpick destinations best suited to their travel style, and even recommend friends that would make the most compatible travel companions.
An analytical personality profile that covers potential strengths and weaknesses is then compiled and sent back to customers.
Given the fact that personality affects our emotional and behavioral patterns, it is assumed that personality profile can be employed to prevent the risk of attempts at suicide [12, 13].
The software develops a personality profile based on a person's most recent few hundred or thousand Twitter updates and then scores the 'big five' traits namely, extroversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism and openness to experience.
From here, it identifies the colour that appears most frequently and assigns a personality profile and a 500 accordingly.The app then pro- vides each user with a personality reading based on their col-our match.
A personality profile doesn't tell a potential boss if you can or cannot do the job you have applied for, this will be assessed via your CV, application form and at interview.
After users are profiled based on criteria such as assets, income and expenditure and financial personality profile, each individual is offered the best portfolio that they can invest in.
A personality profile marked by overly gregarious yet anxious behavior is rooted in abnormal development of a circuit hub buried deep in the front center of the brain, say scientists at the National Institutes of Health.
Best Personality Profile (national newspaper)--Second Place: "Berrigan's message to peacemakers: Persevere" by Joshua J.
The United States Air Force has employed standardized personality testing of its applicants since 1994 as part of their pilot selection process.[sup.2]-[sup.4] Research into the personality profile of pilots has shown that testing for psychopathology is of limited benefit, while measures of normal personality characteristics, such as the NEO PI-R, have been useful in providing career counselling to student pilots.[sup.3] Similarly, the possible existence of a distinct "surgical personality" has lead to the consideration of using personality assessment in the selection and evaluation of surgical candidates and residents.
He said that the research studies in to the personality profile of a police officer reveal that the common policeman suffers from a deep seated syndrome like stress prone personality disorder.

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