An individual, based on their unique personal value system, ranks two sets of eighteen selections from best to worst. Even though the Judgment Index™ takes only about fifteen minutes to complete, the Judgment Index™ logic and the math used to score the Judgment Index™ are highly sophisticated. The Judgment Index’s creator was a sophisticated mathematician and used calculus to help create and score the Index. There are over 12.8 quadrillion possible outcomes. Based on these combinations and very sophisticated analysis, plus forty years of clinical practice and applied interpretations, the capacity for judgment is measured by the Judgment Index™.
September 28, 2015