New Method to Calculate the Level of Consistency

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In this calculator, Harmony in Gradation is used to provide an alternative formula to measure the index of human mental consistency as an alternative to replace the Pauli & Kraepelin test method. The advantage of this method is to provide more accurately reflect the consistency of the index, in addition, we can use the time of testing a long time or faster.

One method used to measure emotional stability is the Pauli & Kraepelin test, which tells people to do the basic summation for 20 @ 3 minutes, then calculates 16 of the 20 measurement samples and interprets the average deviation as a consistency score. This shows that this method uses a formula that contains only “The Gradation”, and will cause the possibility that people with different emotional stability have been assessed equally. As a simple example of a test on two people, A who scores {5, 7, 5, 7, 5, 5, 7, 5, 5, 7, 7} and B {4, 6, 8, 6, 4, 6, 8, 6, 6, 4, 6, 8, 8, 6, 8, 4} will be judged to have the same emotional stability, since A and B are “seen” to have the same gradation. However, if the formula involves “The Harmony”, then B which has “the Harmony” more, but has the same average as A, will “look” has a larger gradation, meaning “The Harmony in Gradation” will cause B score will be smaller than A.

Test Scores in the period of 3 minutes sequence number 1:

Calculation Result:

The number of time periods is taken into account:
Index of Perfect Consistency (Haryadi Modification):