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  1. The Hartman Personality Profile Taylor Hartman, PhD

  2. Number your paper to 40

  3. To get the most out of this survey… • Be honest with yourself! • There are no right or wrong answers, as long as you are being honest • Answer based on how you normally are • You’re not saying which attributes you like best, you’re answering which best describe you • Just guess if you aren’t sure of an answer

  4. Pick the attribute that best describes you Answer these questions based on how you are most of the time

  5. Question 1 • Opinionated • Nurturing • Inventive • Outgoing

  6. Question 2 • Power-oriented • Perfectionist • Indecisive • Self-centered

  7. Question 3 • Dominant • Sympathetic • Tolerant • Enthusiastic

  8. Question 4 • Self-serving • Suspicious • Unsure • Naïve

  9. Question 5 • Decisive • Loyal • Contented: settling • Playful

  10. Question 6 • Arrogant • Worry-prone • Silently stubborn • Flighty

  11. Question 7 • Assertive-self assured • Reliable • Kind • Sociable

  12. Question 8 • Bossy • Self-critical • Reluctant: not sure • A teaser

  13. Question 9 • Action-oriented • Analytical • Easy-going • Carefree

  14. Question 10 • Critical of others • Overly sensitive • Shy • Obnoxious

  15. Question 11 • Determined • Detail-conscious • A good listener • A party person

  16. Question 12 • Demanding • Unforgiving • Unmotivated • Vain: Having or showing an excessively high opinion of one's appearance, abilities, or worth

  17. Question 13 • Responsible • Idealistic • Considerate • Happy

  18. Question 14 • Impatient • Moody • Passive • Impulsive: acting without thinking

  19. Question 15 • Strong-willed: you have something inside you that drives you to get it done • Respectful • Patient • Fun-loving

  20. Question 16 • Argumentative • Unrealistic • Directionless • An interrupter

  21. Question 17 • Independent • Dependable • Even-tempered • Trusting

  22. Question 18 • Aggressive • Frequently depressed • Ambivalent: Having mixed feelings or contradictory ideas about something or someone • Forgetful

  23. Question 19 • Powerful • Deliberate: intentionally to attempt to provoke conflict • Gentle • Optimistic: being positive about things

  24. Question 20 • Insensitive • Judgmental • Boring • Undisciplined

  25. Question 21 • Logical: use all the facts/research • Emotional • Agreeable • Popular

  26. Question 22 • Always right • Guilt prone • Unenthusiastic • Uncommitted

  27. Question 23 • Pragmatic: Dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations. • Well-behaved • Accepting • Spontaneous

  28. Question 24 • Merciless: don’t give up, showing no mercy • Thoughtful • Uninvolved • A show-off

  29. Question 25 • Task-oriented • Sincere • Diplomatic • Lively

  30. Question 26 • Tactless: inconsiderate person • Hard to please • Lazy • Loud

  31. Question 27 • Direct • Creative • Adaptable • A performer

  32. Question 28 • Calculating • Self-righteous: morals/ holding yourself to higher standards • Self-depreciating • Disorganized

  33. Question 29 • Confident • Disciplined • Pleasant • Charismatic: Charming

  34. Question 30 • Intimidating • Careful • Unproductive • Afraid to face facts

  35. Question 31 If I applied for a job, I would most likely be hired because I am… • Driven, direct, delegating(tell others what to do) • Deliberate, accurate, reliable • Patient, adaptable, tactful • Fun-loving, spirited, casual

  36. Question 32 For me, life is most meaningful when it… • Is task-oriented and productive • Is filled with people and purpose • Is free from pressure and stress • Allows me to be playful, lighthearted, and optimistic

  37. Question 33 As a young child, I was… • Stubborn, bright, and/or aggressive • Well-behaved, caring, and/or depressed • Quiet, easy-going, and/or shy • Too talkative, happy, and/or playful

  38. Question 34 As a teenager, I am… • Opinionated, determined, bossy • Responsible, honest, unforgiving • Accepting, contented, unmotivated • Charismatic, positive, obnoxious

  39. Question 35 In an argument with a friend, I am most likely to be… • Verbally stubborn about facts • Concerned about others’ feelings and principles • Silently stubborn, uncomfortable, or confused • Loud, uncomfortable, or uncompromising

  40. Question 36 If a friend was in trouble, I would most likely… • Give advice • Be concerned and empathetic(understand people) • Be a good listener • Downplay the seriousness of the situation

  41. Question 37 When making decisions, I am… • Assertive: showing confidence • Cautious • Indecisive • Impulsive

  42. Question 38 When I fail, I feel… • Defensive • Guilty—I dwell on it • Uncomfortable • Embarrassed

  43. Question 39 In social situations, I am most often… • Feared by others • Admired by others • Protected by others • jealous by others

  44. Question 40 To feel alive and happy, I seek… • Adventure, leadership, and action • Security, creativity, and purpose • Acceptance and safety • Excitement, playful productivity, and the company of others

  45. Now, add up how many A’s, B’s, C’s, and D’s you got

  46. How to Interpret Your Score A = Red B = Blue C = White D = Yellow • Whichever color you have the most of is your primary color • If you have another color with a fairly high score (7+), that is your secondary color

  47. REDS The Power-Wielders • Hungry for power • Want to be productive • Want to look good in front of others • Seek leadership opportunities *They shouldn’t be taken too seriously—don’t get offended by someone’s red personality 30% of the population

  48. BLUES The Do-Gooders • Motivated by concern of others • Seek deep relationships • Want to be understood • Have a strong moral conscience *Blues make great leaders, but usually don’t want to be in charge 30% of the population

  49. WHITES The Peacemakers • Want to keep the peace • Value quiet strength • Like to stay in the background • Are mindful of other people *These are the easiest people to get along with. They are predictable and don’t like excitement 20% of the population

  50. YELLOWS The Fun-Lovers • Value play • Seek excitement • Want to be popular • Respond well to praise 20% of the population