Personality Assessment System Foundation exists to further the
study of the relationship between intelligence and other personality
variables as they interact to influence human behavior. In this
endeavor we follow the example set forth by John Gittinger, who
first developed the Personality Assessment System. To this end
we attempt to examine current thinking on these topics, to stimulate
research which will enhance our understanding, and to foster a
sense of community among all parties who seek to pursue interest
or study in these areas.
Attention PhD students - searching for dissertation topics?
The PASF is available to support the
logistics of research using the PAS model or for research on the history
of the PAS and its use. Support can include
scholarships for training program(s), access to databases of
research and case studies and some computational support.
Click here to contact the PASF.
The PAS is a powerful model for understanding many aspects of human
behavior, such as results of experiments in psychology, social science
reports, and economic and political analyses. Includes an analysis of mass