The Schedule for Nonadaptive and Adaptive Personality-2™ (SNAP-2™), intended primarily as a clinical instrument, is a factor-analytically derived, self-report test composed of 390 True/False items designed to assess trait dimensions in the domain of personality disorders.
SNAP-2 Basic Information
- Author: Lee Anna Clark, Ph.D.
- Appropriate Ages of Test Takers: 18 and older
- Norm Group: Community sample of 561 adults
- Length: 390 True-False items
- Research Use: The SNAP-2 has been studied in both patient and non-patient samples in relation to a wide range of self-report and clinician-rated measures, including the MMPI-2, MPQ, diverse measures of the Five-Factor Model of Personality, state and trait mood, and interview-based ratings of personality disorder criteria.