The California Psychological InventoryTM (CPI®) is a self-report inventory created by Harrison G. Gough, and first published in 1956. It was created to assess the everyday "folk-concepts" that ordinary people use to describe the behavior of the people around them.
The Strong Interest Inventory® is a tool used in career assessment, and is arguably the most widely used test of its kind in the world. The assessment gives insight into a person's interests, not their personality, providing them with the information they need to decide on a career path that is right for them. The test was developed in 1927 by psychologist Edward Kellog Strong, Jr. to help people exiting the military find suitable jobs. The modern version of 2004 is based on the Holland Codes typology of psychologist John L. Holland.
Course on "Doing Neurosophia as a Profession"
Dates: November 30, December 1-2
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Speaker/Trainer: Dr. Rosana Ferreira
Promoted by: The Human Concept Group
Space is limited!!!
Registration: (55) 11-97515-2355
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