PASF Members Area
This section of the web site contains content available only to PASF members. This content includes interpretive materials and other information available to qualified individuals. If you are interested in becoming a PASF member, please click here for our membership page.
The following functions are available to authorized users.
General Member's Information
|Print Membership Renewal Form - renew each July to keep membership current|
|Members area news and information.|
|February 2012 interview with Dr. Mike Heyman|
|February 2012 interview with Dr. Charles Krauskopf|
|One More Epic (Poem)|
Formula Derivation Program.
PAS formula derivation program.
|Charts of the traits of the three dimensions at the primitive, basic, and contact levels|
|Chart of traits of the experimental fourth dimension.|
|Table of the traits of the three dimensions at the basic level|
|An example of the "Point of Departure" method Assessment - by A. R. Couchon.|
|PAS Fourth Dimension Kit by Dave Saunders. Instructions and scoring theory for using CN, DSY, and TE|
|Commentary on PAS interpretation of the different aspects of social intelligence. by Dr. Chuck Krauskopf|
|Commentary on the "Responsibility Cluster" by Mike Heyman.|
|An analysis of the vocabulary subtest.|
|Non-technical description of PAS (focus on primitives) with cartoons. Has section on study skills. From Randy Cazell.|
|Short DVD Introduction to the PAS by Bob MacLachlan|
|Full PAS Seminar by Dr. Bob MacLachlan|
|Complete audio course on the PAS by John Gittinger. This includes MP3 files and text transcripts of most of the tapes.|
|Miscellaneous audio "tapes" in MP3 format.|
|Complete List of DVDs available for members to view or download.|
|Information on research databases available to members.|
|Documents etc. archived with the Center for the History of Psychology.|
|"An Analysis of Personality Patterns of Women in Selected Professions" by Dorothy Martin and David Saunders. The so-called "Denver" report.|
|An early DVD index. Contains discussion of video formats. All video mentioned here is currently online and is listed in the "Training" section above.|
|List of documents which are archived in the Center for the History of Psychology, but which are available in electronic form for research.|