Emotional Stability Profile

Assessment Overview

The Emotional Stability Profile (ESP) is an assessment that measures an individual’s emotional stability and helps to identify which specific factors the candidate has shown instability.


A person’s subjective appraisal of themselves as intrinsically positive or negative to some degree.

Positive Well-Being
The state of life that focuses on an individual’s contentment with their life conditions and an optimistic view of the world that assists them in maintaining and promoting welfare.

Stress Management
The ability of a person to actively and positively cope with a specific amount of stress and, at the same time, bounce back as strong as before from various setbacks.

Perfectionistic Ideals
Characterized by a person’s need to achieve unrealistic goals by setting high-performance standards and being hypercritical of oneself and others.

Personal Autonomy
Refers to a person’s sense of self-determination, of being able to make choices regarding the direction of their own actions, including the freedom to pursue those choices.

Health Anxiety
A person’s excessive worry over their health that causes distress and affects their everyday life.

Time Limit and Number of Items

Additional Information

Validity Features

Distortion: The distortion represents the number of times the candidate has deviated from the most common response of the norming population.

Inconsistency Pairs: In the test, pairs of items that are heavily related or share the same thought were identified to ensure alignment and consistency of the candidate’s thought while responding to the statements.