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Personality and Preference Inventory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia -
2014-02-27 21:16:03 GMT
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"The Personality and Preference Inventory (PAPI) was originally designed by Dr Max Kostick, Professor of Industrial Psychology at Boston State College, in Massachusetts, USA, in the early 1960s."
PAPI-N is a 126 item questionnaire, comprising 126 single statements, each accompanied by a Likert-style rating scale. Each of the 20 PAPI scales comprises 6 items, with the ‘’Social Desirability’’ scale contributing a further 6 items to the questionnaire.
Did they put API into Personality and Preference Inventory?
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