• Although the instruments collected a broad range of information related to assessment activities and P-E factors, no two instruments covered the same information.

  • Interpretation activities were only found in 1 instrument, suggesting that there is little guidance for less experienced individuals in gathering this type of information.

  • Only half of the press factors were addressed in these instruments, leaving gaps in knowledge about the potential demands on performance and presenting an incomplete picture of the P-E interaction.

  • Only one instrument included individual press factors. This is an important factor for person-centered planning and ensuring the likelihood that potential interventions will be accepted by a person.