GE's Edited Psychological Profile [GE2P2]

Revision: 10th April 2016 

Based on reading "Bold", GE revised schedules to prepare for & GOD, by speeding up by 10 times faster & sooner. The old dates were struck out & new dates  emphasized by bolding.

[This version has been edited by GE. My  editorial comments are all italicised & emphasized by using color & size of text. Editing facilitates reading & understanding GE's Psychological Profile. Based on  this, (& any accepted improvements in psychological testing technology) shall be used to select the estimated limits of over 100 million [m] candidates (initially chosen be likely, finally, to resulting 50m) to learn to collaborate in outer space travel to "Get the hell out of Dodge", set sail & occupy, settle on & colonize 1000 eX0planets, eX0moons & asteroids,  as Space Migrants, during 2263ad 2038ad up to 3263ad 2138ad.  This kind of test, will help select out of seven billion homo sapien sapiens [hss] as homo sapiens [hs] & potential 200m, (w/3/4ths as equalificated Robots [HR] developed to date, from time to time, also becoming reclassified as HR). Successful hss testees must score as the highest 100m scorers (over the next 1.25k years) of  all hss on Earth I, in view of suitable, competent, health & attitude (ie as willingness to volunteer) as Space Migrants (no other restrictions). 

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Psychological Profile


STANFORD UNIVERSITY

STANFORD, CALIFORNIA

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS


Psychological Testing Report

On James Gavin Embry

Organization:     Pacific Coast Engineering Company

                               Oak Street and Clement Avenue

                               Alameda, California

[At age 15, GE's original Stanford-Binet IQ test was 132, which  just qualified him as a member of American Mensa & scoring in the highest 2% of the general US population, the highest one in the average 50 people tested.]

Age at Test: 30 years

Mental Ability (General):  On a test designed to measure general ability to reason, to learn, to think, to remember, etc., Mr. Embry’s performance was in the highest one percent of a representative sample of college students in four-year colleges and universities.  Within the test there was no significant difference in performance level between the quantitative (numerical) and linguistic (verbal) factors.  Nor was there any difference between the reading effectiveness score and the other (quantitative, verbal, total) scores.  Within the reading effectiveness score there was no difference in performance level between those parts having to do with reading of quantitative materials and those having to do with the reading of verbal materials. The overall performance places Mr. Embry in the highest one-tenth of one per cent of the general adult population in this country. [This is a much higher score, most likely due to the second half of GE's life:(50%) much broader availability of his reading, + encouragement & stimulation to  read... & write; (25%) associated with more intelligent & learned people &; (25%) intensive, frequent & challenging exercise in taking tests under time pressure, ie the potential highest scorer/thousand-challengers].  

Mental Ability (Abstract Reasoning): Mr Embry’s performance on a test of high-level, abstract (“pure”) reasoning indicates that as compared to a general group of students in graduate study at leading universities he ranks in the upper three per cent of the group.  As compared to a group of graduate students in engineering (all fields, one-third Masters candidates and two-thirds PhD candidates) he again scored in the top one per cent of the group.  As compared to graduate students in Business Administration (two-thirds Masters candidates, one-third PhD candidates) he again scored in the top one per cent of the group [The highest one-percentile of  US, university-post-graduate students].  As compared to the general adult population of this country, as usual he scores in the highest one tenth of one per cent [top scorer of one/1,000].

Mental Ability (critical-Logical Reasoning):

Mental Ability (Practical Judgement):

Supervisory Knowledge:

In the interest of the economy for both time and space, let it simply be said that in the three measurement areas noted above, Mr Embry’s scores range from an upper position of one tenth to one hundredth of one percent [Top score in (any typical)/10,000 people's IQs were tested] to a [low] of the upper one per cent of any group of any group it is currently possible to compare him with.  If the reader has any questions concerning these matters, it is suggested that he contact Mr. Embry, who will undoubtedly be able to furnish eminently satisfactory answers.

Vocational Interests:  The primary and overriding interest element in Mr. Embry’s pattern of measured vocational interests takes the form of a very general Administrative-Supervisory-Managerial interest which extends completely across every major type of occupation represented on the interest measuring instrument used.  There are, it is true, some slight but probably insignificant discriminations to be made in absolute concentration of interest scores within functional interest areas, showing Social Service (service to people) as his primary concentration, followed in descending order by concentrations in Applied, Professional, Technical, Semi-Technical (artisan-like, craftsman-like), Scientific—Technical, Verbal-Linguistic (written word manipulation), Business detail, Business Contact (business persuasion, sales, public relations, etc.)  As can be seen from the extreme heterogeneity of Mr. Embry’s measured vocational interests, it is highly likely that he will have to (1) go into some sort of business for himself [This happened several times.] in which he can exercise adequately in all functional areas, or (2) he will have to somehow rise to general management levels within a larger business or industrial organization, in order that he may find adequate outlet for the generalized managerial interest pattern that is so broadly supported by evident interest in every measurable occupational  activity area.  Fortunately, Mr. Embry’s wide-ranging interest pattern, which would look most appropriate at high managerial levels, it (sic) accompanied by an occupational aspiration level that would appear to draw him upward to that same level.

Personality Characteristics: Unless Mr. Embry’s notable intellectual capacities have allowed him to neutralize a very cantankerous personality test with almost complete success; it would appear that he is about as normal and healthy person as it has been the writer’s good fortune to encounter in the analysis of a good many hundreds of these personality assessments.  That is not to say that Mr. Embry will not have faults; he undoubtedly has, however, it is likely that such faults are rather directly the result of simple inadequacy of experience or lack of opportunity to encounter the requisite information for operation in a particular situation.  

[In my judgement is: lack of promotion & support of promotion, was a combination,  by an engraved & engrained prejudice against non-members of privileged groups & my simple lack of  (possible. isolated, farm-boy's) ambition prevented me from:

  • Striking back, & risking annihilation, rather than 
  • Accepting both:
  • Family association & risking (Effective) Warfare, not worse than 
    1. Losing (relatively speaking) kingship &/or 
    2. possible distant Loss of Empires (I never really ever gave a tinker's damn about).]  

The personality test results reflect an almost optimum blend and balance of: independence-knowledgeable dependence, energy, activity-constraint, caution, ambitions, drive-perspicacity, tolerance, realism-optimism, cooperation-initiative, impulsiveness-thoughtfulness, mental toughness-sensitivity & generosity-enlightened selfishness.  In short, it is difficult to envision that which vocational goal which would be justifiably denied Mr. Embry either because of inadequate intellectual capacities or inappropriate personal characteristics.


*************** The following  is the unedited, original version of  GE's Profile***************

Psychological Profile

STANFORD UNIVERSITY

STANFORD, CALIFORNIA

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS


Psychological Testing Report

On James Gavin Embry

Organization:     Pacific Coast Engineering Company

                               Oak Street and Clement Avenue

                               Alameda, California

Age at Test: 30 years

Mental Ability (General):  On a test designed to measure general ability to reason, to learn, to think, to remember, etc., Mr. Embry’s performance was in the highest one percent of a representative sample of college students in four-year colleges and universities.  Within the test there was no significant difference in performance level between the quantitative (numerical) and linguistic (verbal) factors.  Nor was there any difference between the reading effectiveness score and the other (quantitative, verbal, total) scores.  Within the reading effectiveness score there was no difference in performance level between those parts having to do with reading of quantitative materials and those having to do with the reading of verbal materials. The overall performance places Mr. Embry in the highest one-tenth of one per cent of the general adult population in this country.

Mental Ability (Abstract Reasoning): Mr Embry’s performance on a test of high-level, abstract (“pure”) reasoning indicates that as compared to a general group of students in graduate study at leading universities he ranks in the upper three per cent of the group.  As compared to a group of graduate students in engineering (all fields, one-third Masters candidates and two-thirds PhD candidates) he again scored in the top one per cent of the group.  As compared to graduate students in Business Administration (two-thirds Masters candidates, one-third PhD candidates) he again scored in the top one per cent of the group.  As compared to the general adult population of this country, as usual he scores in the highest one tenth of one per cent.

Mental Ability (critical-Logical Reasoning):

Mental Ability (Practical Judgement):

Supervisory Knowledge:

In the interest of the economy for both time and space, let it simply be said that in the three measurement areas noted above, Mr Embry’s scores range from an upper position of one tenth to one hundredth of one percent to a [low] of the upper one per cent of any group of any group it is currently possible to compare him with.  If the reader has any questions concerning these matters, it is suggested that he contact Mr. Embry, who will undoubtedly be able to furnish eminently satisfactory answers.

Vocational Interests:  The primary and overriding interest element in Mr. Embry’s pattern of measured vocational interests takes the form of a very general Administrative-Supervisory-Managerial interest which extends completely across every major type of occupation represented on the interest measuring instrument used.  There are, it is true, some slight but probably insignificant discriminations to be made in absolute concentration of interest scores within functional interest areas, showing Social Service (service to people) as his primary concentration, followed in descending order by concentrations in Applied, Professional, Technical, Semi-Technical (artisan-like, craftsman-like), Scientific—Technical, Verbal-Linguistic (written word manipulation), Business detail, Business Contact (business persuasion, sales, public relations, etc.)  As can be seen from the extreme heterogeneity of Mr. Embry’s measured vocational interests, it is highly likely that he will have to (1) go into some sort of business for himself, in which he can exercise adequately in all functional areas, or (2) he will have to somehow rise to general management levels within a larger business or industrial organization, in order that he may find adequate outlet for the generalized managerial interest pattern that is so broadly supported by evident interest in every measurable occupational  activity area.  Fortunately, Mr. Embry’s wide-ranging interest pattern, which would look most appropriate at high managerial levels, it (sic) accompanied by an occupational aspiration level that would appear to draw him upward to that same level.

Personality Characteristics: Unless Mr. Embry’s notable intellectual capacities have allowed him to neutralize a very cantankerous personality test with almost complete success; it would appear that he is about as normal and healthy person as it has been the writer’s good fortune to encounter in the analysis of a good many hundreds of these personality assessments.  That is not to say that Mr. Embry will not have faults; he undoubtedly has, however, it is likely that such faults are rather directly the result of simple inadequacy of experience or lack of opportunity to encounter the requisite information for operation in a particular situation.  The personality test results reflect an almost optimum blend and balance of independence-knowledgeable dependence, energy and activity-constraint and caution, ambitions and drive-perspicacity and tolerance, realism-optimism, cooperation-initiative, impulsiveness-thoughtfulness, mental toughness-sensitivity, generosity-enlightened selfishness.  In short, it is difficult to envision that vocational goal which would be justifiably denied Mr. Embry either because of inadequate intellectual capacities or inappropriate personal characteristics.