(WPI) Western Personality Inventory

by Morse P. Manson, PhD and George J. Huba, PhD

(WPI) Western Personality Inventory

by Morse P. Manson, PhD and George J. Huba, PhD
Benefits Combines the Manson Evaluation and the Alcadd Test to predict the likelihood of alcoholic addiction or abuse. Uses: Personnel screening, intake assessment, diagnosis, therapy, and research; The Manson Evaluation quickly identifies individuals whose
Ages Adults
Admin time 10-20 minutes for WPI, 5-10 minutes for ME and AT
Norms ME Norms are based on means, standard deviations, and T-scores based on a sample of 326 individuals; separated by sex
Publish Date 1988
Qualifications Level C required.
About Qualification Levels
HAVE A QUESTION? CALL 800.648.8857

About This Product

Picture of (WPI) Western Personality Inventory

Western Personality Inventory (1988)

BY MORSE P. MANSON, PHD 

This inventory combines two tests—the Manson Evaluation and the Alcadd Test, both described on this page.

For hand scoring, you can use the convenient WPS AutoScore™ Test Form. For computer scoring, you can use prepaid Mail-In Answer Sheets. Both scoring options let you quickly administer, score, and profile one or both tests. The computer scoring option also gives you a full interpretive report.

Manson Evaluation (1987)

BY MORSE P. MANSON, PHD AND GEORGE J. HUBA, PHD

This widely used test (more than 350,000 administered) identifies maladjusted individuals, including alcoholics. It measures seven personality characteristics: Anxiety, Depressive Fluctuations, Emotional Sensitivity, Resentfulness, Incompleteness, Aloneness, and Interpersonal Relations. In addition, it tells you how likely it is that the respondent belongs to a population prone to alcohol abuse.

Written at a fourth-grade reading level and administered to individuals or groups in just 5-10 minutes, the Manson Evaluation has high reliability and validity. It is an excellent instrument for personnel screening, diagnosis, therapy, research, and alcohol abuse programs.

Alcadd Test (1988)

BY MORSE P. MANSON, PHD 

This objective paper-and-pencil test assesses extent of alcoholic addiction, measuring specific areas of maladjustment. It also yields Alcoholic Probability Index, which tells you how likely it is that the individual taking the test is a member of an alcoholic population. It is easily administered in just 5-10 minutes. The Alcadd demonstrates high reliability and validity and is an excellent tool for diagnosis, therapy, and research.

How the supralinguistic structural category of language was identified
2/8/2012 3:14:56 AM
by Jane Doe
93