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1 Sixteen Personality Factor Questionnaire: 5th Edition Dale Pietrzak, Ed.D., LPC-MH, CCMHC

2 Personality Test Types Objective Projective ClinicalNormal MMPI-2 MCMI-III BPI 16PF CPI Rorschach Holtzman HTP TAT ER’s Symptom Focus Trait-Motive

3 3 Domains of of Assessment Ability: What the person can do Motive: What the person desires Personality: What the person is like (Character) Cattell & Johnson, 1986; Leary, 1957 What on earth is he talking about!?!

4 3 Types of Personality Data Life Data: Personality as it is revealed in everyday behavior Question Data: Person’s self-report of any type Test Data: Person’s responses to contrived situations, a non-conscious presentation or inferential (Projectives, IQ, Situation) Cattell & Johnson, 1986; Leary, 1957

5 16PF & Related Constructed using factor analysis –Different factors for adults and children 16 Primary Scales 5 Second Order Factors One of most used and researched instruments A great deal of validity data

6 Administration & Scoring 1 hour supervised 6th grade reading level Caution on using “b” 4 published keys (2 can be hand made) Calculation of Secondary Factors (No TV, movies, etc.) This does not seem so bad.

7 Stability of Primary Scales Scale2 Week 2 Month A B C E F G H I Scale2 Week 2 Month A B C E F G H I Scale2 Week 2 Month L M N O Q Q Q Q Scale2 Week 2 Month L M N O Q Q Q Q Only 1 scale under.75 (B) at 2 weeks.

8 Stability of Secondary Scales Scale2 Weeks2 Months Extraversion Anxiety Tough-Mindedness Independence Self-Control Scale2 Weeks2 Months Extraversion Anxiety Tough-Mindedness Independence Self-Control At 2 weeks 84 to 91 percent of variance accounted for! At 2 months only anxiety is below.70!

9 Consistency of Primary Scales Scale Alpha A.69* B.77 C.78 E.66 * F.72 * G.75 H.85 I.77 Scale Alpha A.69* B.77 C.78 E.66 * F.72 * G.75 H.85 I.77 Scale Alpha L.74 M.74 N.75 O.78 Q1.64* Q2.78 Q3.71* Q4.76 Scale Alpha L.74 M.74 N.75 O.78 Q1.64* Q2.78 Q3.71* Q4.76 Cronbach’s Alpha * Most heterogeneous

10 16PF Uses Sten Scores Mean is 5.5 and the standard deviation is 2 Sten 3 is the 11 percentile & 8 the 89 percentile Sten 2 is the 4 percentile and 9 the 96 percentile 1 is the 1 percentile and 10 the 99 percentile I think I am Numbered out!

11 Primary Scales Factor A: Reserved-Warm Factor B: Concrete-Abstract Factor C: Emotionally Reactive-Stable Factor D: Low Activity-High Activity –(Child Only) Factor E: Deferential-Dominant Factor F: (Liveliness) Serious-Enthusiastic Factor G: Nonconforming- Dutiful

12 Primary Scales Con’t Factor H: Shy-Socially Bold Factor I: Objective, Unsentimental-Sensitive Factor J: Low Attention Seeking-Internally Oriented (Child Only) Factor L: Trusting-Suspicious, Skeptical Factor M: Workable Oriented-Idea Oriented Factor N: Forthright- Private, Discreet (Tact)

13 Primary Scales Con’t Factor O: Self-Assured-Apprehensive Factor Q1: Attached to Familiar-Open to Change Factor Q2: Group Oriented-Self Reliant Factor Q3: Tolerates Disorder-Self Disciplined, Perfectionistic Factor Q4: Relaxed, Placid-Tense (Muscle), High Energy, Impatient

14 Secondary Factor Equations 1 Extravertion: (.3A+.3F+.2H-.3N-.3Q2+4.4) Anxiety: (-.4C+.3L+.4O+.4Q4+1.65) Self-Control: (-.2F+.4G-.3M+.4Q3+3.85) Independence: (.6E+.3H+.2L+.3Q1-2.2) Tough-Mindedness: (-.2A-.5I-.3M-.5Q ) 1 Use the STEN Scores from Primary Scales. Take me to your numbers

15 Scoring Example Extraversion Extravertion: (.3A+.3F+.2H-.3N-.3Q2+4.4) ScaleStenWeightTotal A F H N Q Constant Sten 7.7 Rounded: 8.0 ScaleStenWeightTotal A F H N Q Constant Sten 7.7 Rounded: 8.0

16 Secondary Factor Meanings EX: Introverted-Extraverted (Socially participating) AX: Little Anxiety-High Anxiety TM: Open-minded, Intuitive-Tough-Minded, Unempatetic IN: Accommodating, Selfless-Independent, Willful SC: Unrestrained, Self-Controlled, Inhibited

17 Response Style Scales Impression Management: 95 percentile call Fake Good; 5th percentile call fake bad Infrequency: 95 percentile call invalid –Hand scoring you must make your own key Acquiescence: 95 percentile invalid “true response set”; 5 percentile call invalid “false response set” –Hand scoring you must make your own key

18 Interpretation Process Assess Validity (Impression Management, Infrequency, Acquiescence) Extreme Scale for Broad Factors (1, 2, 3 and 8, 9, 10) Extreme Scales Primary Factors (1, 2, 3 and 8, 9, 10) Scale Interactions (Clinical Judgment)

19 16PF Example A10 B 7 C 3 E 2 F 4 G 7 H 9 I 8 L 8 M 6 N 4 O 7 Q1 5 Q2 3 Q3 4 Q4 5 A10 B 7 C 3 E 2 F 4 G 7 H 9 I 8 L 8 M 6 N 4 O 7 Q1 5 Q2 3 Q3 4 Q4 5 ExtremesRanked EX+-- AX+-- TM---A+ C-E- E-H+ H+C-I+L+Q2- ExtremesRanked EX+-- AX+-- TM---A+ C-E- E-H+ H+C-I+L+Q2- 36 Year Old Male EX:8 AX:8 SC:6 IN:5 TM:3 EX:8 AX:8 SC:6 IN:5 TM:3

20 16PF Example Con’t A+ = Needs Others E- = Adaptable (passive) H+ = Socially Bold C- = Emotionally Reactive I+ = Sensitive L+ = Suspicious Q2- = Group-Oriented White Male, Age EX: Extraverted AX: Anxious TM: Hypersensitive

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