The Adjective Checklist is a 300-item inventory of personality traits. The ACL was initially developed for use by observers in describing others, it can be used in self-description.
The respondent is to check off those that s/he feels apply to him/her. The ACL can be employed to characterize the ideal self, a theory, or almost any other thing. 37 scales are scored.
1 Complete kit (1983):
- 2 Manuals (1983 & 1952)
- 1 Article (see Notes)
- 30 + Profile Sheets @$1.00
- 27 + Test Booklets @ $1.00
- 10 Answer Sheets of PARKER Answer Sheets @ $1.00
- 5 Packages of NCS Answer Sheets @ $1.00
- 22 Profile Sheets @ $1.00
Extra forms - BSB 158A including earlier versions from 1965 & 1952
Lubin, B., Zuckerman, M., Hanson, P.G., Armstrong, T., Rinck, C.M. & Seever, M. (1986). Reliability and validityof the Multiple Affect Adjective check-list - Revised. Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Assessment, 8 (2), 103-117.
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