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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby Kimani » Mon May 08, 2017 8:30 am

I used the test results from several INTP forums to develop a rubric/threshold score for my theory.
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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby MagsJ » Mon May 08, 2017 2:35 pm

Kimani wrote:What were your results for my test?

I gotta calculate this up myself?

Give me a minute while I take (and calculate) the test.
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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby fuse » Thu May 11, 2017 9:06 am

83 - the designer
93 - the professional
61 - the charmer

I usually identify as INTJ or INTP, but this result seems to fit as well.

If none of my scores meet the 105 threshold, does that mean they don't reliably tell my type?

I always take these assessments conservatively - I don't give a lot of high scores for fear something will be disproportionately weighted and throw the test off. I find it easier to give the minimum score (0) when I'm sure that something is not me at all. It's interesting to think that the type of person you are affects the way you approach the assessment in the first place.
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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby Kimani » Thu May 11, 2017 4:20 pm

If none of your scores meet the threshold it just means you don't have any of these disorders. But if you're not giving yourself high scores on purpose then it might throw everything off as far as your score.
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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby Kimani » Thu May 11, 2017 10:05 pm

University field testing hasn't been done yet. But I have been doing my own field testing on INTP forums. So based on the data I collected / gathered from those groups I was able to establish a pretty reliable rubric.
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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby Kimani » Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:40 pm

The proposal is almost finished. These are the guidelines for the proposal

https://dcps.dc.gov/sites/default/files ... Data_0.pdf
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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby Kimani » Wed Jan 24, 2018 2:58 pm

Shorter Typology has gone viral. This is incredible. Hundreds and thousands of people are looking at the site every day. Someone is taking it every minute. I'm on the front page of dozens and dozens of psychology google searches. I actually come above Wikipedia entries in psychology google searches. Going on Myers Briggs forums and Typology Central really paid off. People may not post their scores that often but they are definitely looking at the site. It's amazing how you can put something on the Internet and within a few years it snowballs and takes off and becomes this huge thing.
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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby Kimani » Fri Mar 06, 2020 12:03 pm

The test has been cut in half
Someone I work with requested that
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Re: Shorter Typology

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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby Kimani » Tue Nov 23, 2021 11:31 pm

Got a community center director with masters in social services to help with testing


Thanks well I’ve already done reliability testing through those INTP forums and another one that’s down not operating

But I still need validity testing done I gave you the printed out copy so you see At the bottom the assessment page the plan for validity testing

https://kimanishorter.tripod.com/assessment.html

So this is what you would do

The sample size for validity testing will be ten people all with high functioning autism

Validity testing is giving my test and the Myers Briggs to these ten people over and over again until all ten score the same on both establishing validity

For Myers Briggs High functioning autism tends to fall into INTP categories

For my test it falls into the designer category

So the 10 tests subjects will take the test until all 10 score both as Intps and designers



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Good afternoon Mr. Short,

I went over your work and found it very interesting. I started to complete the personality test, but I didn't get the chance to complete it. Tomorrow, I'll be following up with you with my complete feedback and if I can assist any further please let me know.

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Re: Shorter Typology

Postby Kimani » Wed Dec 01, 2021 5:08 pm

Kimani wrote:Got a community center director with masters in social services to possibly help with testing


Thanks well I’ve already done reliability testing through those INTP forums and another one that’s down not operating

But I still need validity testing done I gave you the printed out copy so you see At the bottom the assessment page the plan for validity testing

https://kimanishorter.tripod.com/assessment.html

So this is what you would do

The sample size for validity testing will be ten people all with high functioning autism

Validity testing is giving my test and the Myers Briggs to these ten people over and over again until all ten score the same on both establishing validity

For Myers Briggs High functioning autism tends to fall into INTP categories

For my test it falls into the designer category

So the 10 tests subjects will take the test until all 10 score both as Intps and designers



Sent from my iPhone




Good afternoon Mr. Short,

I went over your work and found it very interesting. I started to complete the personality test, but I didn't get the chance to complete it. Tomorrow, I'll be following up with you with my complete feedback and if I can assist any further please let me know.

Best Regards,

Mario Cirilo
Site Director
Queenstown Community Center
In Partnership with Community Services Foundation
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