Misled by "Emotional Intelligence"


The purpose of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) personality inventory is to make the theory of psychological types described by C. G. Jung understandable and useful in people's lives. The essence of the theory is that much seemingly random variation in the behavior is actually quite orderly and consistent, being due to basic differences in the ways individuals prefer to use their perception and judgment.


Personality: Theories & Research

1. What Is Personality?

2. Personality Studied

3. Psychoanalytic Aspects of Personality

4. Noe-Analytic and Ego Aspects

5. Biological Aspects of Personality

6. Behaviorist and Learning Aspects

7. Cognitive and Social-Cognitive

8. Trait Aspects of Personality

9. Positive Aspects of Personality

10. Person—Situation Interventionist

11. Male—Female Differences

12. Stress, Adjustment, and Health

13. Culture, Religion, and Ethnicity

14. Love and Hate

Power Posing

Myers-Briggs Personality Test


Body Language

Campbell Leadership Index

An assessment of leadership characteristics

The Center for Creative Leadership

Executive Dimensions feedback

Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation–Behavior (FIRO-B)

Interpretive Report for Organizations

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

The MBTI Personality Assessment

The Office of Personnel Management

Executive 360 and Coaching

University of Michigan-School of Business

360 - Feedback Report

The Center for Creative Leadership

Situation-Behavior-Impact (SBI) Observation and Conversation



 

Career Development Interventions

 

Smart Talk: Contemporary Interviewing and Interrogation

Every profession has specific philosophies and approaches to effective communication; Smart Talk: Contemporary Interviewing and Interrogation,  was designed to pinpoint those most useful to the criminal justice profession. Smart Talk covers both interviewing and interrogation techniques– along with their legal considerations–in a single volume. Exploring multiple approaches to interviewing, it clearly identifies communication techniques that improve the quality and quantity of information gathered from victims, witnesses, and perpetrators. In text exercises, landmark cases and field accounts bring a real world application to the book and reinforce how strong communication skills lead to more successful case investigations.

 

PART I: LAYING THE GROUNDWORK FOR SUCCESS

1. Interrogation and Interviewing for Criminal Justice

2. The Interview Process

3. Purposeful Interviewing and Processes

PART II: INTERVIEWING METHODS

4. Traditional, Structured, and Inferential Interviewing with Statement Analysis Techniques

5. The Forensic Hypnosis and Cognitive Interviewing

6.  Behavioral Interviewing Techniques

PART III: INTERVIEWING SPECIAL POPULATIONS

7. Interviewing Children

8. Interviewing Elders

9. Interviewing Persons with Disabilities or Mental Illness

PART IV: INTERROGATION

10. Techniques for Interrogation

11. Interrogation Process and Law

12. Confessions

13. Juvenile Rights and Criminal Justice Responsibilities

I Manual with Test Bank