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Profile psychological portrait (expertise)

An in-depth analysis of a person based on a specific criterion or direction you have chosen.

What’s that?
This is a psychological portrait made on the basis of using a number of special methods of studying personality.
It is presented in the form of a table and has a descriptive part.
The number of pages depends on the number of questions and is negotiated individually.

The task of this work is to reveal the whole spectrum of personality, based on the profile orientation of this personality (narrow profile direction), as well as problems or peculiarities.
The whole work is compiled in refraction to the criteria defined by the customer in order to reveal the personality.
In addition, the work can be interesting both for professional psychologists (for example, specializing in human resources, PR, recruitment, individual counseling, coaching, political consulting, etc. activities) and non-specialists in the field of psychology (managers of large and small companies, PR-agencies, in partnerships, etc.).

Directions and Methods

The human analysis in this paper includes the following areas:

  • several Japanese and American physiognomic techniques (light analysis, typological technique, graphic linear analysis technique, etc.);
  • the method of studying at a distance;
  • the method of morphoscopy (spots, acne, birthmarks, scars);
  • somatization method;
  • method of content analysis;
  • graphological method;
  • method of prediction on a number of directions and manifestations;
  • etc.

Through these techniques:

  • temperament;
  • character;
  • orientations;
  • proclivities and physique;
  • traumas and abnormalities;
  • morbid predispositions;
  • sexual proclivities;
  • decision making;
  • psychological defenses;
  • exposure to influences;
  • fixations;
  • peculiarities, etc.

Total – over 100 items.

At the end of the work, recommendations for communication are indicated, and in the narrative part Conclusion.
P.S. The more complete the set of requirements sent to us for review, the more complete the work will be in terms of items and areas of analysis.

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