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Taylor Johnson Temperament Analysis (TJTA Testing)
The Taylor Johnson Temperate Analysis (TJTA) test shows compatibility,
personality traits, attitudes, and behavioral tendencies which influence
personal, social, marital, parental, family, scholastic, and vocational
relationships. The TJTA test makes it possible to identify emotionally
troubled individuals. With early identification, assistance can be provided
before problems begin to severely disrupt relationships. An individual
or two people may take the tests at the same time. When two people take
the test, the results may be used to make comparisons showing both differences
and similarities in how they relate to one another or other relationships.
Combinations may include couples, married couples, co-workers, friends,
or family members.
The TJTA test is a service of Hope For The Family and is
provided by Harvey Corwin or Kathy Corwin who are both trained and certified
in the administration of the TJTA test by Psychological Publications,
Inc. They have been administering the TJTA since 1972.
Click here to see example TJTA profiles:
on Profile names to download examples in PDF format. Each file is approx.
Profile #1 (Red) shows how an individual views himself or herself.
Profile #2 (Blue) shows how the second individual views himself or herself.
Profile #3 (Red/Blue) shows how two individual’s profiles relate
to one another.
Profile #4 (Red/Blue Dotted Line) shows how an individual (Blue Dotted
Line) sees another individual (Red)
Profile #5 (Blue/Red Dotted Line) shows how an individual (Red Dotted
Line) sees another individual (Blue)
You will receive two TJTA Question Booklets inserted with
two TJTA Answer Sheets per booklet (for two individuals).
Complete the information on the first TJTA Answer Sheet with
answers applied to your name, your information and mark “Given
Proceed by answering the 180 questions on yourself. In answering questions,
be honest about how you feel right now (not how you use to be or how
you plan to be).
Fill out the information on the second Answer Sheet with answers
applied to your partner’s name, their information and mark “Given
by Friend/Spouse”. Proceed by answering the 180 questions on
your partner. Be honest about how you
them right now (not how they use to be or how they plan to be).
Questions should be answered honestly because being “too
hard” or “too
easy” on yourself or on your partner, will show up on the Attitude
Score. The test cannot be manipulated.
Do not talk about the questions with your partner while answering
Feel free to answer the questions in complete confidentiality
because your partner will not see how you answered the questions.
On the Answer Sheets, shade in a “+” for “Yes” and
a “-“ for “No”. Try not to mark more than eight
(8) “Mids” (Mids mean “I don’t know”)
because it will weaken your test results. Please mark how you are most
TJTA Criss-Cross Testing and counseling cost is $189.00 per couple,
or $95 single, which includes 5 Color Profiles and a 104 page Bible-based TJTA Assignment
The TJTA Assignment Manual provides assignments in weak areas such as:
depression, nervous, anxiety, withdrawal, subjective, impulsive, dominate/hostile,
dependant/hostile, emotionally inhibited, emotionally repressed or
suicide patterns and much more.