Personality Research Form
By Douglas N. Jackson, Ph.D. © 1964, 1974, 1984, 1997
To this day the Personality Research Form (PRF), introduced in 1967, represents a major breakthrough in psychological testing. The PRF is one of the most highly cited psychological assessments, having been referenced over 1,500 times in research literature. The PRF has been used to study assertiveness training, consumer behavior, decision-making, emotional development, employee attitudes, job performance, leadership style, and risk-taking to name a few.
Unlike other personality measures that define personality narrowly, the PRF measures 22 unique aspects of personality and they are listed below. The result is a highly reliable, extensively validated, comprehensive measure of normal personality.
- Cognitive Structure
- Social Recognition