SIGMA's reputation for publishing quality assessments and providing innovative testing solutions is well established. One of our oldest instruments, the Personality Research Form (PRF), is among the most cited measures in personality research. Two new instruments, the Nonverbal Personality Questionnaire (NPQ) and the Five-Factor Nonverbal Personality Questionnaire (FFNPQ), provide psychologists with unique cross-cultural tools.
Efficient and accurate image-based assessment of the 'Big 5' factors of personality.
The JPI-R provides valid and reliable insight into respondents' abilities to function in a wide range of settings including work, organizational, leadership, and social situations.
The LDR is an expert system designed for individuals wishing to improve managerial and executive performance.
The MEIA is a 20-minute measure of EI that captures each of the 10 facets of Salovey and Mayer's (1990) influential EI model.
The NEO-FFI-3 is the updated version of the NEO-FFI - a quick, reliable, and accurate measure of the 'Big 5' domains of personality.
The NEO-PI-3 is the updated version of the NEO PI-R - a highly-regarded assessment of personality that is based on the Five-Factor model.
The item illustrations in the NPQ make it ideal for cross-cultural applications, and other areas where language may be an issue.
The OSI-R is a concise measure of three (3) domains of occupational adjustment: occupational stress, psychological strain, and coping resources.
The PRF is designed to yield scores for personality traits relevant to the functioning of individuals in a wide variety of situations.
The SFPQ encompasses and extends the popular 'Big 5' factors of personality.
The SRES was designed to measure attitudes toward the equality of men and women.
The STAXI-2 is a 57-item inventory which measures the intensity of anger as an emotional state (State Anger) and the disposition to experience angry feelings as a personality trait (Trait Anger).
The SWS is a 96-item, self-report questionnaire designed to assess six distinct components of the Type A behavior pattern.
The BPI is a multiphasic personality inventory intended for use with both clinical and normal populations to identify sources of maladjustment and personal strengths.
The CAB was designed by a clinical neuropsychologist, and has a threefold purpose: (1) to assess clinical syndromes on Axis I of the DSM; (2) to assess personality disorders according to the strict criteria on Axis II of the DSM; and (3) to evaluate neuropsychological functioning.
The CPS is an instrument for the assessment and classification of criminal offenders, persons charged with crimes, and others who have come to the attention of the criminal justice or social welfare systems.
The DAPP-BQ is a revolutionary clinical measure supported by over 15 years of empirical research. It was designed to assess and help treat personality disorders along the full continuum - from mild to extreme trait manifestations.
The PAI provides information relevant for clinical diagnosis, treatment planning and screening for psychopathology.
The PT is a unique adaptation of the Carlson Psychological Survey (CPS), designed especially for use with the Spanish-literate criminal offender or substance abuser.
The PSI-2 is a brief mental health screening device ideal for situations where professional time and labor may be at a premium.
The RADS-2 is an ideal tool to screen for adolescents with significant depressive symptoms within school assessment programs or individual practice settings.
The MAB-II assesses aptitudes and intelligence. It yields a profile of ten subtest scores, and scores for Verbal, Performance and Full Scale.
The PAF is an efficient, accurate measure of general cognitive ability designed for easy administration and interpretation.
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