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    General Information The Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) was developed by Leslie C. Morey Ph.D. in 1991 and revised in 2007. It is published through Psychological Assessment Resource and is a multidimensional objective inventory designed to measure psychopathology and treatment planning for various psychopathological conditions. The current PAI form is not a revision of normative data, test form, or interpretative guidelines from the original 1991 edition. The current version reflects the…

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    Currently, mental issues lead to various concerns among individuals, which impact their daily life and bring tremendous negative outcomes to them. As of today, various types of mental disorders are listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-V (DSM-V). Among all these disorders, personality disorder is one of the main types of disorder that impact individuals, and more specifically, the antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) is one of the common personality disorders in…

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    People’s career success is commonly believed to be correlate with their personality. Based on that belief, the personality test has been designed as a hiring tool and most personality tests are presented as questionnaires that applicants are required to fill out during hiring processes. Data shows that personality test has become an industry with $400 million a year and at least 30 percent of organizations in U.S. have used that in hiring practices (Berry et al. 13). Managers are convinced that…

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    They also have a capacity to demonstrate minimal potential for extreme impact compared to cognitive ability tests. This is the reason why more organizations are joining the band wagon of using these assessments before filling job vacancies. In a survey that was carried out recently, almost seventy five per cent of organizations have either used or are considering the use of personality tests in selection. When viable personality tests are used appropriately, they offer a non subjective data…

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    The MMPI-2 is another well-known and highly used personality test. As the original MMPI was published in 1943 and the first update was not released until 1989, there was some controversy. Therefore, the MMPI-2 had to be revised carefully in order to maintain the tests supremacy among the top personality tests. MMPI-2 was designed to primarily focus on the assessment of adults, but also is effective for adolescents (Archer, 2014). The authors had several goals and ideas they wanted to focus…

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    let's go!" What do you think of cheerleading not being a sport? Then get your Pom Poms and come along. They keep the crowd going, I would definitely not enjoy football games without them. The first cheer squad started in 1898. The university of Minnesota had the honor to be the first school. I think that cheerleading is not a sport because it's not athletic and it has not been in the Olympics for that long. A lot of cheerleaders only call it a sport because they do it. Little do they…

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    Bring it on. When people think about a typical cheerleader, they always think short skirts, loud voices, and tons of energy. Cheerleaders are not just spirited people in uniform. Cheerleaders are commonly seen on the sidelines of a football game. They normally not thought of as a sport because they cheer for another sport playing like football. Some people may argue cheer is a hobby and not a sport. However, competitive cheerleading is different from sideline cheerleading. Sideline cheerleaders…

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    This year the Rock Port High School football and basketball cheerleaders hosted a cheer clinic for elementary girls. Preschool through sixth grade girls were invited to attend cheer camp. The cheerleaders made up a dance for the girls to learn during the practices. The elementary girls had practice on Saturday, October 1st; Thursday, October 6th; and Friday, October 7th. The girls performed that Friday night during the halftime of the football game. The little cheerleaders performed two cheers,…

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    Have you wondered the reasons for making a sport? For example, if you play soccer, do you know what lead to you making the team? Years or practice? I researched some of the reasons why I think I made the cheerleading squad at my high school. I believe that taking dance lessons, stretching, rehearsing dances and cheers, and my academic record lead up to me making the cheer squad, something I enjoy doing on my freetime. Having experience in something can help you in the long run. I have been…

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    Cheerleading Debate Cheerleading is a sport, and I can finish this debate once and for all. This debate has been long talked about and I’m here to finish the debate. Cheerleading is a sport and here is a couple of reasons why, including a counter to counter arguments. I will, without a doubt, prove my point. This activity is a sport and injuries can continue if this is not taken into account. Cheerleaders work hard and compete, these are two key elements of a sport. I went to search on…

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