Meyers-Briggs Personality Types

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Testing was done through a web source based on the studies and theory combinations of Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ personality types. The test as composed of 64 questions that required me to answer as to my preference of response to various situations. The questions were on actions, feelings, needs, and thoughts. After completing the questionnaire, I was assigned a personality preference based on the answers that placed me in a category or personality type. The personality type was determined by my preference in four pairs of alternatives. The determination was expressed in a combination of four letters that corresponded to my preference. This combination also led to determination of a temperament type associated with certain …show more content…
The knowledge obtained offers opportunity for both personal and professional growth through better understanding of my preferences and others. Excellent

Project One: Personality TypingNeeds work1. Needs work To facilitate the instructor’s grading of these assignments, you should have major headings for STEP 1 and STEP 2. Additionally, under the major heading of STEP 1, you should have subheadings for each separate letter of your Meyers-Briggs type as well as a subheading describing your entire Meyers-Briggs personality. That means that you need 5 subheadings for STEP 1.
The typological theory bases its findings on the predisposed personality preferences with which a person is born. The four pairs of preferences are expressed as either extraverted (E) or introverted (I), Sensing (S) or intuitive (N), thinking (T) or feeling (F) and judging (J) or perceiving (P) (Kroeger, Thuesen, & Rutledge, 2002, p. 11). The combination of each preference in the pair designates the personality preference of the person but does not mean they cannot or do
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There is no question as to where my thought process is here as the extrovert in me also takes part. My decisions are made largely with consideration to feelings and many times, it is the fallings of others with little or no consideration as to my own. I feel other’s pains and misfortunes and try to do what I may to help them or prevent such things from happening. When someone needs a day off from work and wants to switch shifts, I am liable to do it for them even if it puts an extra burden on my own

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