Strong Interest Inventory (SII)

Intended for high school and college students and adults, the Strong Interest Inventory (SII) serves as an interest register.  Participants use this instrument to investigate their interests and preferences in a collection of areas: Occupations, leisure activities, types of people, and school samples. Subjects will have to respond to 317-items using a 3-point scale, which

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Professional Quality of Life Scale (ProQOL)

The Professional Quality of Life Scale (ProQOL) measures pleasure you derive from being able to do your work well, feelings of hopelessness and difficulties in dealing with work or in doing your job effectively, and work-related, secondary exposure to extremely stressful events. Authors Beth Hudnall Stamm, Ph.D., Craig Higson-Smith, Amy C. Hudnall, Henry E. Stamm,

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Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI)

The Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) has been recognized for more than a decade as the leading measure of burnout, incorporating the extensive research that has been conducted in the more than 25 years since its initial publication. The MBI includes three questionnaires – the Human Services Survey, the General Survey, and the one this report is

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Job Stress Survey (JSS)

Intended for use in business or educational settings, the Job Stress Survey (JSS) evaluates the cause of work-related stress. The implications of the JSS are to improve the work environment, alleviate stress conditions, and ultimately enhance productivity. Participants of the JSS are asked to respond to 30-items, selecting the severity and frequency of each stress

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Job Satisfaction Survey (JSS)

The Job Satisfaction Survey (JSS) is a questionnaire used to evaluate nine dimensions of job satisfaction related to overall satisfaction. This instrument is well established among the other job satisfaction scales. In order to take the test, the participants are asked to respond to 36 items, or 4 items for each of the nine sub-scales.

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Conners’ Continuous Performance Test II (CPT II)

The Conners’ Continuous Performance Test II evaluates attention problems and treatment usefulness.  This is a commonly used instrument by ADHD research and clinical assessments for participants aged 6 or older. The test is taken at a computer.  The participant presses the space bar or clicks the mouse button when a letter other than X shows

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Career Guidance Inventory (CGI)

Developed for education and career guidance programs, the Career Guidance Inventory (CGI) evaluates student interest in instructional programs that are offered by Trade, Vocational, Technical Schools, and Community Colleges.  Forty-seven different programs are included in the updated edition of the CGI. Participants are asked to answer to 235 paired activity descriptions. This includes selecting the

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Career Assessment Inventory (CAI)

The Career Assessment Inventory takes individual’s workplace interests and compares them with other individuals currently in one of the 111 careers in their database.  The instrument helps college-bound and non-college bond people find a job geared towards their interests. There are currently two version of the CAI – The Enhanced Version and the Vocational Version. 

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