Guilford-Zimmerman Temperament Survey

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The Guilford-Zimmerman Temperament Survey (GZTS) is a personality test measuring normal personality developed by J. P. Guilford and Wayne S. Zimmerman in 1948. It is currently marketed by Pearson Assessments.


General Activity (G)[edit]

Restraint (R)[edit]

Ascendance (A)[edit]

Sociability (S)[edit]

Emotional Stability (E)[edit]

Objectivity (O)[edit]

Friendliness (F)[edit]

Thoughtfulness (T)[edit]

Personal Relations (P)[edit]

Masculinity (M)[edit]