The HPI is a broad personality assessment tool developed by Robert and Joyce Hogan. It is part of a broad set of psychometric assessments Hogan Assessments offers.

Hogan Personality Inventory OverviewHogan Personality Inventory

  • 206 items
  • 7 major scales with 41 sub scales
  • Untimed and takes approximately 30-45 minutes to complete
  • Validity scale to detect erratic responding

7 HPI Major Scales

Adjustment

Measures the degree to which a person appears calm and self accepting, or conversely, self-critical and tense.

Ambition

Measures the degree to which a person seems socially confident, leader-like, competitive and energetic.

Sociability

Measures the degree to which a person seems to need and / or enjoy interactions with others.

Interpersonal Sensitivity

Measures the degree to which a person seems perceptive, tactful, and socially sensitive

Prudence

Measures the degree to which a person seems conscientious, conforming, and dependable.

Inquisitive

Measures the degree to which a person is perceived as bright, creative and interested in intellectual matters.

Learning Approach

Measures the degree to which a person seems to enjoy academic activities and value educational achievement for its own sake.

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