(PRWEB) June 12, 2012
Type Resources announces the availability of the MajorsPT-Elements instrument which reports three dimensions of perseverance, four dimensions of adapting, plus preferences for energy, perception, judgment, and orientation to the world.
The three dimensions of perseverance are how one responds to pressure, the person’s emotional style, and the person’s orientation to problems. Responding to pressure assesses one’s tendency to stop and avoid as opposed to the tendency to drive and thrive under pressure. The person’s emotional style is an assessment of one’s tendency to be low and cautious as opposed to being high and adventurous. The person’s orientation to problems examines whether one is likely to pull back or work to overcome the problem.
The four dimensions of adaption are how one engages others, the tendency one has to accept or reject what others say, how likely the person is to change a decision one has made, and the attitude one has as one enters an engagement with another. Engaging others is assessed from the perspective of whether one guards one’s knowledge and thoughts from others or whether one feels safe to share with others. The likelihood of changing a decision after it has been made is assessed from the perspective of a person’s willingness to accept new information that would lead to modifying the decision. Lastly, how positively or negatively a person feels about an engagement is also assessed.
The instrument provides an overall indication of one’s psychological preferences in terms of energy, perception, judgment, and orientation to the world with four sub-scales for each dimension. These preferences are reported using the same four-letter code associated with other Jungian based instruments. Research reveals this instrument achieves accuracy above 99% for each Jungian dimension and above 90% overall making it one of the most accurate Jungian based instruments available.
This instrument and certification training to use the instrument are available through Type Resources.