Review of the Taylor-Johnson Temperament Analysis (2002 Edition)
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A review of the Taylor-Johnson Temperament Analysis (T-JTA) a 180-item questionnaire which has a long history with several revisions going back as early as 1941. The most recent revision was undertaken in year 2002. The T-JTA is purported to measure a variety of temperament and behavioral variables relating to personal, interpersonal, and scholastic/career factors and outcomes useful, for example, in counselling and educational arenas
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