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The Guilford-Zimmerman Interest Inventory (GZII) is a nonprojective personality measure for describing of an individual's interests for use in occupational settings.

It was developed by J. P. Guilford and Wayne S. Zimmerman

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Guilford-Zimmerman Temperament Survey


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