This study intended to adapt the Communicator Style Instrument developed by Robert Norton (1978, 1983) to Turkish context and to test the factor structure and psychometric features of the instrument. The studies adapting two different versions of the Communicator Style Instrument, which was published in 1978 and then revised in 1983, have been conducted in two stages namely Study-I and Study-II. Within the scope of the Study I, 1978 version of Communicator Style Instrument was administered to 254 people. Within the scope of the Study II, 1983 version of the instrument was administered to 235 people. Through confirmatory factor analyses, data collected at the end of both studies were evaluated leading to factor constructs for the Turkish context. The findings have revealed that after eliminating 16 items, 1978 version of the instrument could be confirmed with ideal fit values along with an internal consistency coefficient of 0.87; whereas the internal consistency coefficient of the 1983 was 0.89 with ideal fit indices after the deletion of only 4 items. It was suggested that the instrument could be modified to have a factor construct which was ideal for collecting data from Turkish students.