Analog to Multiple Broadband Inventories, AMBI

Test scores

These are your results from the Analog to Multiple Broadband Inventories.

Results corresponding to the tests that the AMBI can provide estimated scores for are each in their own section.

Important points:

• The scores on these test are reported in a variety of different ways. Here they are all reported as percentage of maximum possible score. So they can not be directly compared to norms from other sources.

• These scores are not a replacement, they will only correlate with the scores you would actually obtain if you took a given test, and are probably much less valid.

Equivalent to the NEO-PI-R Inventory

The Revised NEO Personality Inventory is a personality inventory published in the 1990s by Paul Costa and Robert McCrae. NEO PI-R examines a person's Big Five personality traits. In addition, the NEO PI-R also reports on six subcategories (facets) of each Big Five personality trait. The five factor model (Big Five) is currently the dominant model in academic psychology.

If you were to take the NEO-PI-R, you would receive scores similar to the ones below.

Neutroticism
100][0
23
Anxiety
25
Angry Hostility
25
Depression
25
Self-Consciousness
11
Impulsiveness
39
Vulnerability
100][0
11
Extraversion
100][0
37
Warmth
39
Gregariousness
54
Assertiveness
39
Activity
25
Excitement-Seeking
25
Positive Emotions
100][0
39
Openness
100][0
46
Fantasy
54
Aesthetics
39
Feelings
39
Actions
39
Ideas
54
Values
100][0
54
Agreeableness
100][0
56
Trust
68
Straightforwardness
82
Altruism
39
Compliance
68
Modesty
68
Tender-Mindedness
100][0
11
Conscientiousness
100][0
39
Competence
39
Order
25
Dutifulness
54
Achievement Striving
25
Self-Discipline
39
Deliberation
100][0
54

Equivalent to the HEXACO-PI-R Inventory

The HEXACO model of personality is an extension of the Big Five personality traits developed by Kibeom Lee and Michael C. Ashton that adds a sixth trait, Honesty-Humility. The HEXACO-PI Inventory was created in the early 2000s and has been used to investigate various topics in several fields of psychology.

If you were to take the HEXACO-PI-R, you would receive scores similar to the ones below.

Honesty-Humility
100][0
75
Sincerity
82
Fairness
54
Greed Avoidance
82
Modesty
100][0
82
Emotionality
100][0
43
Fearfulness
54
Anxiety
39
Dependence
39
Sentimentality
100][0
39
Extraversion
100][0
32
Expressiveness
25
Social Boldness
39
Sociability
25
Liveliness
100][0
39
Agreeableness
100][0
50
Forgiveness
39
Gentleness
54
Flexibility
68
Patience
100][0
39
Concienciousness
100][0
29
Organization
39
Diligence
25
Perfectionism
25
Prudence
100][0
25
Openness to Experience
100][0
43
Aesthetic Appreciation
54
Inquisitiveness
39
Creativity
39
Unconventionality
100][0
39

Equivalent to the Temperament and Character Inventory, TCI

The Temperament and Character Inventory was developed by C. Robert Cloninger at Washington University in St. Louis and published in 1994. It is the main product of his biopsychosocial model of human personality, which describes how heritable temperaments based in neurochemistry interact with socialized character.

If you were to take the TCI, you would receive scores similar to the ones below.

Novelty Seeking
100][0
36
Exploratory Excitability
39
Impulsiveness
54
Extravagance
25
Disorderliness
100][0
25
Harm avoidance
100][0
43
Worry & pessimism
39
Fear of uncertainty
54
Shyness with strangers
39
Fatigability & asthenia
100][0
39
Reward dependence
100][0
54
Sentimentality
25
Warm communication
54
Attachment
54
Dependence
100][0
82
Persistence
100][0
18
Eagerness of effort
25
Work hardened
11
Ambitious
25
Perfectionist
100][0
11
Self-directedness
100][0
62
Responsibility
68
Purposefulness
54
Resourcefulness
54
Self-acceptance
82
Enlightened second nature
100][0
54
Cooperativeness
100][0
48
Social acceptance
54
Empathy
11
Helpfulness
68
Compassion
54
Pure-hearted conscience
100][0
54
Self-transcendence
100][0
11
Self-forgetful
11
Transpersonal identification
11
Spiritual acceptance
11
Enlightened
11
Idealistic
100][0
11

Equivalent to the Multidimensional Personality Questionnaire, MPQ

The Multidimensional Personality Questionnaire is a personality test meant to measure normal personality developed by Auke Tellegen at the University of Minnesota in 1982. The questionnaire gives ratings on four broad traits, as well as 11 primary trait dimensions.

If you were to take the MPQ, you would receive scores similar to the ones below.

Positive Emotional Temperament
100][0
32
Well-being
54
Social Potency
11
Achievement
11
Social Closeness
100][0
54
Negative Emotional Temperament
100][0
15
Stress Reaction
25
Aggression
11
Alienation
100][0
11
Constraint
100][0
39
Control
39
Harm-avoidance
54
Traditionalism
100][0
25
Absorption
100][0
11

Equivalent to the California Psychological Inventory, CPI

The California Psychological Inventory is a self-report inventory created by Harrison Gough in 1956 (recent version published in 1996). It was created in a similar manner to the MMPI. But unlike the MMPI, which focuses on maladjustment or clinical diagnosis, the CPI was created to assess the everyday folk-concepts that ordinary people use to describe the behavior of the people around them.

If you were to take the CPI, you would receive scores similar to the ones below.

Folk Scales
Dominance
39
Capacity for Status
54
Sociability
54
Social Presence
39
Self-acceptance
39
Independence
82
Empathy
54
Responsibility
54
Socialization
54
Self-control
82
Good Impression
82
Communality
54
Well-being
82
Tolerance
82
Achievement via Conformance
68
Achievement via Independence
68
Intellectual Efficiency
39
Psychological-mindedness
54
Flexibility
82
Femininity
100][0
39
Special Scales
Managerial Potential
82
Work Orientation
82
Creative Temperament
82
Leadership
68
Amicability
68
Law Enforcement Orientation
39
Tough-mindedness
100][0
82

Equivalent to the Hogan Personality Inventory, HPI

The Hogan Personality Inventory was developed by Robert and Joyce Hogan in the 1980s. It is focused on normal or bright side personality traits qualities that describe how we relate to others when we are at our best. The HPI is linked to on-the-job performance and can be used for selection and hiring and personal and leadership development.

If you were to take the HPI, you would receive scores similar to the ones below.

Adjustment
100][0
68
Empathy
39
Not anxious
54
No guilt
82
Calmness
82
Even-tempered
68
No somatic complaints
68
Trusting
82
Good attachment
100][0
68
Ambition
100][0
56
Competitive
39
Self confidence
68
No depression
82
Leadership
25
Identity
68
No social anxiety
100][0
54
Sociability
100][0
28
Likes parties
25
Likes crowds
39
Experience-seeking
25
Exhibitionistic
25
Entertaining
100][0
25
Interpersonal Sensitivity
100][0
36
Easy to live with
39
Sensitive
25
Caring
11
Likes people
39
No hostility
100][0
68
Prudence
100][0
54
Moralistic
25
Mastery
11
Virtuous
39
not autonomous
54
Not spontaneous
82
Impulse control
82
Avoids trouble
100][0
82
Inquisitive
100][0
31
Science ability
25
Curiosity
11
Thrill-seeking
25
Intellectual games
18
Generates ideas
39
Culture
100][0
68
Learning Approach
100][0
36
Education
39
Math ability
39
Good memory
39
Reading
100][0
25

Equivalent to the Jackson Personality Inventory, JPI-R

The Jackson Personality Inventory was developed by Douglas N. Jackson in 1976 (JPI-Revised in 1994). JPI determines important characteristics such as leadership, discipline, dependability, and the ability to make a good impression on others. It provides an assessment of personality and demonstrates a variety of cognitive, social and value orientations, which affect an individuals functioning.

If you were to take the JPI-R, you would receive scores similar to the ones below.

Complexity
54
Breadth of Interest
39
Innovation
39
Tolerance
68
Empathy
54
Anxiety
39
Cooperativeness
54
Sociability
54
Social Confidence
39
Energy Level
54
Social Astuteness
11
Risk Taking
39
Organization
39
Traditional Values
39
Responsibility
100][0
54

Equivalent to the Six Factor Personality Questionnaire, SFPQ

The Six Factor Personality Questionnaire by Douglas N. Jackson and Paul F. Tremblay (2000) extends the popular Big Five factors of personality with an improved model of Conscientiousness. Industriousness and Methodicalness are two distinct, but related facets of Conscientiousness that account for unique nuances in the prediction of certain behaviors and performance.

If you were to take the SFPQ, you would receive scores similar to the ones below.

Extraversion
100][0
30
Affiliation
25
Dominance
25
Exhibition
100][0
39
Agreeableness
100][0
68
Abasement
68
Even-tempered
54
Good-natured
100][0
82
Independence
100][0
39
Cognitive Structure
25
Deliberativeness
39
Order
100][0
54
Openness to Experince
100][0
39
Autonomy
25
Individualism
54
Self Reliance
100][0
39
Methodicalness
100][0
34
Change
25
Understanding
25
Breadth of Interest
100][0
54
Industriousness
100][0
44
Achievement
25
Endurance
25
Seriousness
100][0
82

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