College of Education

Date of Award


Document Type

Research Project Report

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)



First Advisor

Al Milliren, Ed.D.

Second Advisor

G. Peter Ienatsch, Ph.D.

Third Advisor

Spencer Thompson, Ph.D.


A reliability study of the Aspell Enneagram Inventory (Revised and Extended Version) was administered on two separate occasions to fifty-nine volunteer teachers and staff personnel at a secondary school in West Texas. Twenty males and thirty-nine females of various ages participated in the study. Results were mixed for the correlations obtained between the two test administrations. Per item reliability was low with a correlation mean of 0.55. Although 70% of the participants obtained results that were similar, the correlations were not high enough to be considered reliable. Inconsistencies within the results indicate that further research needs to be done.


BF698.35.E54.L44 1996

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