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T-JTA® PowerPoint Training Syllabus

Both the Introduction to the T-JTA® and the T-JTA® Authorized Instruction PowerPoint Presentations have been designed for use by authorized T-JTA instructors in the training seminar setting. The presentations can be used together in a beginning to advanced format, or can be utilized separately depending on the scope of the training.

The Introduction to the T-JTA PowerPoint Presentation consists of 24 slides providing a basic overview of the features, benefits, and suggested applications of the T-JTA. It includes information on the development of the T-JTA, as well as descriptions of the various Counselor's Kits available to new buyers. The presentation is recommended for use at the opening of the T-JTA training seminar, prior to the instruction presentation. It is also an excellent presentation for solo use with students and other interested individuals who would like to learn more about the T-JTA but who are not enrolled in a certification seminar. The sequence of slides is as follows:

Slide 1: The Taylor-Johnson Temperament Analysis® (heading slide)
Slide 2: What Is the T-JTA?
Slide 3: Research and Development
Slide 4: Testing Range and Administration
Slide 5: What Does the T-JTA Measure?
Slide 6: T-JTA Traits
Slide 7: T-JTA Applications
Slide 8: Premarital, Marital, and Family Counseling
Slide 9: Psychological Testing and Counseling
Slide 10: Educational Counseling and Guidance
Slide 11: Vocational Guidance
Slide 12: Unique Features and Benefits
Slide 13: Criss-Cross Testing
Slide 14: Criss-Cross Profiles
Slide 15: Robert White Self Test (sample profile)
Slide 16: Joan White Self Test (sample profile)
Slide 17: Robert and Joan White Self Tests (sample profile)
Slide 18: Joan by Robert White & Self (sample profile)
Slide 19: Robert by Joan White & Self (sample profile)
Slide 20: T-JTA Scoring Options
Slide 21: T-JTA Computer Scoring Supplemental Scales
Slide 22: T-JTA Trait Patterns
Slide 23: Foreign Language Translations
Slide 24: PPI Information

The T-JTA Authorized Instruction PowerPoint Presentation consists of 105 slides outlining the proper administration, scoring, and interpretation of the T-JTA. As it is designed for use throughout the T-JTA training seminar, the presentation parallels the T-JTA Training Outline found in the PPI Guidelines for Authorized T-JTA Instruction. This advanced presentation in intended strictly for use by approved applicants in an authorized T-JTA instruction setting.

As this presentation is comprehensive and very detailed, instructors are advised to allow extended viewing and note-taking time. Instructors will also want to familiarize themselves with the individual slide contents and graphics in order to effectively integrate the extensive information into their seminars. Important note: Slides may not be altered, but any slide may be hidden during the presentation at the instructor’s discretion. The sequence of slides is as follows:

Slide 1: T-JTA Authorized Instruction (heading slide)
Slide 2: T-JTA Certification
Slide 3: T-JTA Training Goals
Slide 4: Administering the T-JTA (heading slide)
Slide 5: Selecting the Appropriate Question Booklet
Slide 6: Selecting the Appropriate Answer Sheet
Slide 7: Administration Instructions
Slide 8: Criss-Cross Test Directions
Slide 9: Scoring and Profiling (heading slide)
Slide 10: Scoring Instructions Overview
Slide 11: The Importance of Color in T-JTA Scoring & Profiling
Slide 12: Practice Scoring Training Packet
Slide 13: Training Packet Materials
Slide 14: Scoring Answer Sheets
Slide 15: Preliminary Scoring Steps
Slide 16: Obtaining Raw Scores
Slide 17: Obtaining Raw Scores, Cont.
Slide 18: Obtaining Raw Scores, Cont.
Slide 19: Conversion to Percentiles
Slide 20: Selecting the Norms
Slide 21: Converting Robert White’s Self Test
Slide 22: Converting Robert White’s Self Test, Cont.
Slide 23: Checking Your Conversions
Slide 24: Converting Joan White’s Self Test
Slide 25: Criss-Cross Test Conversions
Slide 26: Criss-Cross Test Conversions, Cont.
Slide 27: Profiling T-JTA Results
Slide 28: Robert White’s Self Test Profile (sample profile)
Slide 29: Joan White’s Self Test Profile (sample profile)
Slide 30: Couple Profile (sample profile)
Slide 31: Criss-Cross Profiles
Slide 32: Criss-Cross Profiles, Cont.
Slide 33: Criss-Cross Profiles, Cont. (sample profile)
Slide 34: Sten Profiles
Slide 35: Completing a Sten Profile
Slide 36: Completing a Sten Profile, Cont.
Slide 37: Scoring Tip
Slide 38: Interpretation (heading slide)
Slide 39: T-JTA Profiles
Slide 40: T-JTA Profiles, Cont.
Slide 41: Clinical Use of T-JTA Profiles
Slide 42: Percentile Profile - Shaded Zones
Slide 43: Interpretation of Mid Counts
Slide 44: Mid Count Invalidity
Slide 45: Mid Count Meanings
Slide 46: Interpretation of the Attitude Scale Sten Score
Slide 47: Attitude Scale Score Ranges
Slide 48: Criss-Cross Test Attitude Scores
Slide 49: Interpretation of the T-JTA Traits
Slide 50: Trait A: Nervous vs. Composed
Slide 51: Trait A: Interpretive Considerations
Slide 52: Trait B: Depressive vs. Light-hearted
Slide 53: Trait B: Interpretive Considerations
Slide 54: Trait C: Active-Social vs. Quiet
Slide 55: Trait C: Interpretive Considerations
Slide 56: Trait D: Expressive-Responsive vs. Inhibited
Slide 57: Trait D: Interpretive Considerations
Slide 58: Trait E: Sympathetic vs. Indifferent
Slide 59: Trait E: Interpretive Considerations
Slide 60: Trait F: Subjective vs. Objective
Slide 61: Trait F: Interpretive Considerations
Slide 62: Trait G: Dominant vs. Submissive
Slide 63: Trait G: Interpretive Considerations
Slide 64: Trait H: Hostile vs. Tolerant
Slide 65: Trait H: Interpretive Considerations
Slide 66: Trait I: Self-Disciplined vs. Impulsive
Slide 67: Trait I: Interpretive Considerations
Slide 68: T-JTA Trait Patterns
Slide 69: Anxiety Pattern
Slide 70: Withdrawal Pattern
Slide 71: Hostile-Dominant Pattern
Slide 72: Dependent-Hostile Pattern
Slide 73: Emotionally Repressed Pattern
Slide 74: Emotionally Inhibited (Blocked) Pattern
Slide 75: Socially Effective Pattern
Slide 76: Discussing T-JTA Results with the Counselee
Slide 77: Discussing T-JTA Results with the Counselee, Cont.
Slide 78: Discussing T-JTA Results with the Counselee, Cont.
Slide 79: Discussing Criss-Cross Results
Slide 80: Discussing Criss-Cross Results, Cont.
Slide 81: T-JTA Report Booklets
Slide 82: Use of the T-JTA Report Booklet
Slide 83: Interpreting a Complete Criss-Cross Testing
Slide 84: Use of the T-JTA with Adolescents
Slide 85: Use of the T-JTA with Adolescents, Cont.
Slide 86: Use of the T-JTA with Adolescents, Cont.
Slide 87: The T-JTA in Individual Counseling
Slide 88: Individual Counseling Interpretive Considerations
Slide 89: Individual Counseling Interpretive Considerations, Cont.
Slide 90: Ethical Considerations - Copyright
Slide 91: Ethical Considerations, Cont. - Referrals
Slide 92: Ethical Considerations, Cont. - Prohibited Uses
Slide 93: Ethical Considerations, Cont. - Confidentiality
Slide 94: Ethical Considerations, Cont. - Confidentiality, Cont.
Slide 95: T-JTA Computer Scoring
Slide 96: Computer Scoring Supplemental Scales
Slide 97: Computer Scoring Supplemental Scales, Cont.
Slide 98: Criss-Cross Computer Reports
Slide 99: Interpreting A Family Study
Slide 100: Use of the T-JTA in Educational and Vocational Counseling
Slide 101: Use of the T-JTA in Business and Industry
Slide 102: Use of the T-JTA in Military Testing and Counseling Programs
Slide 103: Use of the T-JTA in Military Testing and Counseling Programs, Cont.
Slide 104: Statistical Information
Slide 105: PPI Info

PowerPoint Slide Show Tip: Right click on any slide for an Options Menu that includes navigational commands, pointer options, note-taking capabilities, and a Help Menu.

Please call PPI if you experience any problems with your PowerPoint presentations. Thank you for training!


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