California Psychological Inventory

The California Psychological Inventory (CPI; publisher: Consulting Psychologists Press) is a measure of normal personality and behavior. Originally developed in 1956 by Harrison Gough, the CPI provides a useful and accurate picture of people taking the instrument and a means ...

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