The Children’s Personality Questionnaire (CPQTM) measures 14 primary personality traits useful in understanding and evaluating a pre-adolescent’s personal, social, and academic development. It provides a psychologically insightful understanding, as well as a precise, quantitative evaluation of those aspects of a child’s personality that contribute to, or detract from, performance in school and social adjustment, both inside and outside the classroom.
It is primarily used to counsel pre-adolescents in school or clinical settings. The report reveals important information about academic achievement, leadership potential, and the tendency toward disciplinary problems.
The CPQ report provides narrative interpretations relative to traits such as:
The report also has derived scores and predictions for extraversion, anxiety, and other broad trait patterns.