Easy Personality Test - Assessing Your Own Personality Part 2
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Personality Test Part 1
In Personality test - Assessing Your Own Personality Part 1, the personality tests were on your sense of identity, social anxiety quotient and self actualization.
Personality Test Part 2
In this Personality test - Assessing Your Own Personality Part 2, we will cover:
- Disclosure & Concealment - your tendency to disclose experiences to others.
- Locus of Control -your beliefs whether you can control events that affect you.
Credit and Reference
This Personality Test - Assessing Your Own Personality Part 2 - Disclosure and Concealment, Locus of Control, is part of Jerry M. Burger's book called "Personality" .
This book is published by Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.
For detail references and links to Jerry M. Burger's bio-data, Santa Clara University websites and the Publisher, refer to my earlier article in Personality Test - Assessing Your Own Personality Part 1
1. Psychology Personality Test on 'Disclosure and Concealment'
The following personality test on Disclosure and Concealment will indicate a person's tendency to disclose distressing experiences to others, or otherwise.
In the 12 statements/questions shown below, please denote the extent to which you agree with the statements using a 5-point scale to indicate your response, with:
1 = Strongly disagree and
5 = Strongly agree
The score rating is shown below.
Disclosure and Concealment Assessmentview quiz statistics
2. Assessing Your Own Personality through 'Locus of Control' test
If you're in good health, is it because you take care of yourself or because you're lucky? Are lonely people without friends because they don't try to meet others or because they don't have many opportunities?
The following personality test on Locus of Control will indicate a person's beliefs whether they are generally responsible for what happens to them in their personal achievement situation.
In the succeeding 10 statements/questions, please denote the extent to which you agree with each of the statements using a 5-point scale to indicate your response, with:
1 = Disagree Strongly and
5 = Agree Strongly
The score rating is shown below.
Locus of Control Testview quiz statistics
Congratulations! You have completed the two tests in Personality Test - Assessing Your Own Personality Part 2 - 'Disclosure & Concealment' and 'Locus of Control' .
Now let's check the results below:
Your score analysis to 'Disclosure and Concealment' personality test
Multiply your Hubpages score (which is in a percentage format) by 0.60
As an example, if your HubPages score is 70%. Then 70 x 0.60 = 42.0 Your actual "Disclosure and Concealment" score is therefore 42.0
In the sampling taken with undergraduate students, the mean score for men is 36.33 with standard deviation = 8.98. Women had a mean score of 42.21 with standard deviation = 9.16 (Standard deviation is the range + and - from the mean score)
If your score is higher than the above range, then you have the tendency to disclose distressing experiences to others. Low scores indicate a tendency to conceal information about distressing events.
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Your score analysis to "Locus of Control" personality test
Multiply your Hubpages score (which is in a percentage format) by 0.50
As an example, if your HubPages score is 60%. Then 60 x 0.50 = 30.0 Your actual "Locus of Control" score is therefore 30.0
A recent sampling of college students found a mean of 37.0 for males and 37.5 for females, with a standard deviation of about 4.285 for each.
The higher your score, the more you tend to believe that you are generally responsible for what happens to you in personal achievement situations.
Thank you for taking the above tests in Personality Test - Assessing Your Own Personality Part 2 - Disclosure and Concealment, Locus of Control. If you have not done the three Personality Tests in Personality Test - Assessing Your Own Personality Part 1, click here to go to the tests.
The story of Isabel Briggs Myers : Inventor of Personality Test
Isabel Briggs Myers has been credited for the invention of personality test, which is now taken by more than 2 million people every year. Her Myers Briggs Type Indicator or MBTI instrument has been translated into several languages and was developed over a span of 40 years. To read more on Isabel Briggs Myers, click here
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