unique expression of a core value system
Malcolm A North is the principal investigator affiliated with this site. His research interests include how individual value structure informs leadership and organizational development as well as existential, humanistic, positive and personality psychology. His current study JAL investigates Carl Roger’s theories that value judgment predicts human behavior, authentic living and pathology. You may contact him in the United States at +1.501.764 8389 and through this site. He is the principal developer of the Axiology Quotient (XQ) and this website, the co-founder of (Research Center of Applied Value Science, in Munich, Germany), a member of the RS Hartman Institute for Formal and Applied Axiology and the American Psychologists Association. He has presented several workshops on applying value theory including developing leaders on judgment and decision-making in various locations including Vienna, Austria, Munich, Germany and more recently in Conway, USA. His research credentials include certification from CITI (University of Miami) for research with human subjects in social sciences.
Value Science – Hartman’s Value Theory
Hartman’s Value Profile
This unique assessment helps individuals, partners and groups realize their potential by mapping their current value structure. Our decisions, problem-solving and behavior are sourced in this structure.
If you wish to take Hartman’s Value Profile and add to our ongoing study of how value judgment shapes personality, please access the JUPERS study here