Conducted with the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy, 2019 / n = 10,500 / The Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 2020, 1-21.
Demonstrated that personality type was strongly associated with both anxiety and depression, and identified which personality types are at significantly greater risk than others.
Conducted with St. Francis Hospital & Medical Center / n = 1,732 / Connecticut Medicine, Vol. 83, January 2019, Number 1, Page 11.
Validated a personality type assessment which takes approximately 3.5 minutes to complete and is 90.2% accurate. Study also found that ninety-two percent of respondents reported that it would “extremely” or “very” helpful if providers communicated in their preferred style.
Conducted with the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy / n = 10,500 / Innovations in Pharmacy / 8 / No. 1 / Article 7 / 1-23-2017.
Developed 16 Individual Wellness Plans (IWPs) that provide individuals of all 16 personality types with the specific strategies subjects reported would be most effective to help them quit smoking, reduce alcohol usage, lose weight, get adequate exercise and reduce stress.
Conducted with the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy / n = 10,500 / Innovations in Pharmacy / Vol. 8 / No. 2 / Article 15 / 5-24-2017.
Identified seven health risks posed by each of the 16 personality types; identified those types at greatest risk and responsible for driving a vastly disproportionate share of healthcare costs.
Conducted with the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy / n = 16,726 / Innovations in Pharmacy / Vol. 7 / No. 1 / Article 11 / 3-25-2016.
Established a statistically significant correlation between personality type and medication adherence; validated a new assessment that accurately identifies medication adherence for each patient based on their personality type, age cohort, education level and ethnicity.