Synopses & Reviews
How comfortable are you with success?
Do you possess above-average intelligence?
Who do you believe controls your fate?
How well do you really know yourself?
Psychologists have spent years trying to help people answer these questions. Now, you con benefit from this research -- and uncover your strengths and weaknesses -- with this collection of actual personality tests developed by psychologists for professional use.
Twenty-five tests cover every aspect of your personality: intelligence, ambition, self- esteem, platonic and romantic relationships, and sexuality. And at the end of each test, expert advice is included that will help you change your life for the better. The personality profile that emerges will give you valuable insight into yourself -- and point you in the right direction on your quest for self-improvement.
About the Author
Louis H. Janda, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist and author of The Psychologist's Book of Self-Tests, has been a member of the psychology department at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, since 1973. Also engaged in private practice, he has published numerous articles in professional literature, as well as several textbooks and trade books.