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The Omnibus Personality Inventory is a [[nonprojective personality measure]] published in 1968 by [[Paul Heist]] and [[George Yonge]]
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The Omnibus Personality Inventory (OPI) is a nonprojective personality measure published in 1968 by Paul Heist and George Yonge


ReferencesEdit

BooksEdit

  • Heist, P, & Yonge, G (1968). Omnibus Personality Inventory - Form F manual.


PapersEdit

  • Cope, R.G. (1968) Selected Omnibus Personality Inventory scales and their relationship to a colleges attrition. Educational and Psychological Measurement,Vol. 28, No. 2, 599-603. DOI: 10.1177/001316446802800252

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