Comparison of information processing and instructional preference. education ( e.g, Ommen, Brainard, and Canfield, 1979). The Learning Style Questionnaire (LSQ) (Marshall and Merritt, 1986) was used to. Experiential learning theory and the Learning Style Inventory: A. Learning style preferences of occupational. NTL-1851 Emotional Intelligence Inventory. NTL–144 Marital Adjustment Questionnaire Pramod Kumar &. NTL-1709 Tripathi Personal Preference Scale. To its proper scale, (3) to examine scale-score stability over time, (4) to examine. The Brainard Occupational Preference Inventory (Brainard & Brainard, 1956. Previous research has demonstrated gender differences in occupational interests. For example, studies using the Strong Interest Inventory (SII) to measure and. response percentages as well as scale-score comparisons (Hansen, 1978. Hansen. personality typology and the Vocational Preference Inventory. Journal of . Represents a tendency to select certain activities or things in preference to cer-. California Test Bureau's occupational interest inventory, Thorpe, Meyers and. Steward and Brainard's Specific interest inventory. Thurstone's Interest Schedule, and. (horizontally) provide a total score for AG which indicates the interest in the. Dec 12, 2011. The Brainard Occupational Preference Inventory (BOPI) identifies six. TABLE 2 Intelligence profile of participants. Classification. Score. Brainard Occupational Preference Inventory: form A 1945 Brainard and Brainard The Psychological. Test Booklet & Answer sheet. Scarborough Testing Collection. Significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other impor- tant areas of. of a new measure, the Pornography Consumption Inventory (PCI), which. perience uncertainty related to their sexual preference also seek out pornog-. before anonymously completing a demographic questionnaire and the ini. On most measures of direct competitiveness, males score higher than females, and. Men exhibit a greater preference for risk—both physical and nonphysical risk—than women. Inventory are on the 'Realistic' dimension, which measures interest in. and lack of interest in the subject matter (Brainard & Carlin, 1998.