Kenan Tastan

Department of Family Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Ataturk University, Erzurum, Turkey


  • Research   
    Development and Validation of the Nile Personality Assessment Tool Based on Enneagram
    Author(s): Abdullah Demir, Ochilbek Rakhmanov, Kenan Tastan, Senol Dane and Zekeriya Akturk*

    Introduction: The Enneagram is an old process for human personality typing, principally understood, and taught as a typology of nine interconnected personality types. The aim of this study was to develop a Turkish assessment tool based on the Enneagram principles. Methods: An instrument based on expert opinion and the Delphic method was developed. The final questionnaire consisting of 27 questions, was applied to a sample of 199 Turkish-speaking participants. Expert validation, convergent validity, test-retest, and internal consistency were applied. Its categorization was validated against the personality type classification made by an expert and another Turkish inventory, the Ta????tan Personality Inventory. Results: Of the participants, 70 were females (35.2%), and 129 were males (64.8%). The mean age of the part.. Read More»

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