Synopses & Reviews
Filled with full-color charts to help you discover how family, friends, lovers and colleagues see you.
Who Do You Think You Are?, the revised and expanded version of widely acclaimed 1994 book that introduced the Berkeley Personality Profile, and sold nearly 200,000 copies, closes the gap between the internal and external self. While other personality tests rely on simplistic labels, this innovative profiling tool recognizes the complex, multi-faceted dimensions that make up personality.
Use Who Do You Think You Are? to test yourself. Then gather input from those who know you best. Learn how your personality affects others and how their response affects, in turn, your opportunities to develop your talents, effectiveness, personal interactions and self-worth.
Filled with full-color charts, this revised personality profile helps readersdiscover how family, friends, lovers, and colleagues see them. 30,000print.
About the Author
Keith Hararry, PhD is a graduate of Duke University and the Union Institute. He is Research Director of the Institute for Advanced Psychology, a non-profit consortium of independent scientists. He has published more than one hundred research articles, numerous books, and is the former editor-at-large of Omni
magazine. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
Eileen Donahue Robinson, PhD earned her doctoral degree at UC Berkeley where she held a National Science Foundation fellowship. She has worked as a professor at Wellesley College and at Williams College and has published widely in professional journals.