Personality Theories And Multiple Personality Tests Essay

1822 Words Dec 3rd, 2015 null Page
Personality is never easily defined; many people have a hard time describing what they are like. They want to think that they have all of these “perfect” traits but there are advantages and disadvantages to each one. Thankfully, personality psychology exists to help out. Through various theories and multiple personality tests, people can grasp what they are really like. To determine my personality I took a couple of personality tests and have gathered other resources to confirm these tests. I used the Newcastle Personality Assessor to determine where I fall on the continuum of each of the traits in the Big Five. I also used the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to determine my personality traits on that scale. I found that my results on both tests turned out to be quite accurate. To begin with, I will define my Myers-Briggs type. I am an INFP. INFP stands for Introverted, Intuitive, Feeling, and Perceiving. INFPs are generally known as the healer type (INFP). INFPs are generally introspective, compassionate, creative, individualistic, unconventional, and curious (INFP). I feel that all these adjectives aptly describe me. I tend to keep to myself and I think about possible scenarios, what I could have done differently in the past, and ideas often. This happens mostly at night before bed, spacing out during class and just walking around. I care about others and their feelings and I tend to be a people pleaser. I do not like it if I know someone does not like me so I try to do my…

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