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NEO-PI-3 and NEO PI-R Professional Report Service

Paul T. Costa, Jr., PhD, and Robert R. McCrae, PhD

Conveniently obtain a customized interpretive report for an individual
Professional report service
Age range:
12 years to 89 years
Qualification level:
A degree, certificate, or license to practice in a health care profession or occupation, including (but not limited to) the following: medicine, neurology, nursing, occupational therapy and other allied health care professions, physician's assistants, psychiatry, social work; plus appropriate training and experience in the ethical administration, scoring, and interpretation of clinical behavioral assessment instruments. Certain health care providers may be eligible to purchase selected "B" and "C" level instruments within their area of expertise. Specifically, relevant supervised clinical experience using tests (i.e., internship, residency, etc.) in combination with formal coursework ( i.e., Tests and Measurement, Individual Assessment, or equivalent) qualifies a health care provider to purchase certain restricted products. Any PAR Customer already qualified to purchase a "B" or "C" level product, is also qualified to purchase an "S" level product. If you are not already qualified to purchase a "B"or "C" level product from PAR, please download and complete the special Qualification Form for Medical and Allied Health Professionals. (You will need Adobe Acrobat to view.) Close

With this service, your clients enter responses to the NEO-PI-3 or NEO PI-R items on a scannable, HIPAA-compliant answer sheet. Simply mail us the completed answer sheets and within 24 hours of receipt (or on the next business day), PAR will process and score your answer sheets, produce a 7- to 8-page customized Interpretive Report for each client, and mail the reports back to you. Prices include scoring, report generation, and return postage.

This professional report contains sections on coping and defense mechanisms, somatic complaints, interpersonal characteristics, cognitive processes, and personal needs and motives and includes a section giving clinical hypotheses for personality disorders based on the DSM-IV.