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There are specific combinations of results that are considered especially strong or problematic.

The first public iteration was derived in the late 1950s by William Shutz.

The basic premise for his theory was simple: “people need people”, and people’s interpersonal needs motivate their behaviors.

Schutz’s studying of other prominent psychological figures of the time, including Freud, Adorno, Adler, and Jung, led him to conclude that an individual’s interpersonal needs could be summarized into the three foundational areas of the FIRO-B test: Inclusion, Control, and Affection. The FIRO-B Assessment is a unique instrument that doesn’t actually “measure” anything.

Wanted behavior, on the other hand, is related to the level we want other people to exhibit a behavior toward us.

When you apply Expressed Behavior and Wanted Behavior to the three main areas of the FIRO-B test—Inclusion, Control, and Affection—you end up with six main sections of the FIRO-B test as followed: An individual’s results can be used as a tool in helping you predict how comfortable they will be interacting with others in specific situations.