PLSI is the abbreviations of Paragon Learning Style Inventory that refers to a 52-item learning style inventory that can be self -scored and obtains a measure of the 4 Jungian psychological/learning dimensions.

It is written for ages 8 and older. It was last revised in 2003 and is being used around the world by schools, businesses and individuals. (See Paragon Learning Style Inventory).

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