PURPOSE. The HSPQ is a new aid for teachers, guidance counselors and for general clinical and research use. It is a standardized test that can be given. Home arrow Tests (personality, intelligence, achievement, vocational tests from the history of psychology) arrow High School Personality Questionnaire (HSPQ). Download Table | | High School Personality Questionnaire (HSPQ) Factors. from This test assesses 14 personality factors, which are summarized in Table 2.

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It was published in HSPQ is a personality questionnaire which evaluate 14 personality characteristics with in-depth self-report inventory.

HSPQ is useful in predicting and understanding human behavior. It is an effective tool for adolescents with behavior problems.

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HSPQ may be administered individually or in groups. It measures 14 personality characteristics that research has shown to be good predictors of social, clinical, occupational, and school behavior. These 14 characteristics were identified through factor analysis and are as hest The test takes 45 – 60 minutes to complete and may be given in groups.


It is made up of multiple-choice questions regarding the examinees’ responses to social situations, as well as preferences for future careers and leisure time.

Test scores are intended for use in predicting academic achievement, school interest, the likelihood of becoming a high school dropout, learning styles, and creativity.

In addition, they may be used by psychologists and psychiatrists to diagnose anxiety disorders, to predict which children with speech disorders will respond best to treatment, to predict the effectiveness of any therapeutic treatment, and to identify children who are at risk for chemical dependency.

Furthermore, test norms reveal a “delinquency profile” as well as the difference between leadership qualities tes popularity in young people. Answer sheets can be scored by the test administrator either manually or by machine, and scores are expressed as 14 subscores, one for each personality characteristic.

By comparing raw scores with the norms the establishment of which on a sample of is the subject of many independent research projects listed in the bibliography of the test manualsten scores which are designated as “low”, “average”, or “high” as well as percentile text are obtained. Separate norms are used for boys and girls and a Spanish version of the test is available. Several special scales help detect deliberate misrepresentation of self, and random response patterns.


Short-term test-retest reliability is in the.

High School Personality Questionnaire

Factor analysis was used to establish construct validity, and 12 replications of the original procedure have confirmed the validity of the 14 personality characteristics. Sign In Don’t have an account? Norms Edit Percentiles and Standard Scores, characteristics combined and separated by sex. Trst also Edit High schools. Retrieved from ” http: