Typology

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  • Jung Typology Assessment

    The Jung Typology assessment is based on the on the Keirsey Temperament Sorter and the Myers Briggs Personality Inventory. There are four personality type measurements: Extraversion vs. Introversion, Sensing vs. Intuition, Thinking vs. Feeling, and Judging vs. Perceiving. After taking the assessment my personality type was determined to be ESFJ; Extravert (25%), Sensing (44%), Feeling (22%) and Judging (9%). According to the Jung’s theory as an extravert I get energy externally and like human interactions. The next measure was sensing, which has to do with how I receive and perceive information. Sensing gains information from the external world based on concrete information. Feeling is the measure of how I process information. This indicates that my decisions are based on emotion verses logical thinking. Lastly, judging means I like to be organized, follow rules and have a plan. There were several ways that my personality type of ESFJ was accurate. Described as someone who likes the holidays, celebrations, entertaining and giving gifts is true. My report also stated that ESFJs work hard, follow the rules and expect the same from others. I do have a strong work ethic and it really irritates me when I am…

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  • Esfj Personality Types

    According to Jung Typology Test, I was identified as an ESFJ type, which stands for extraverted, sensing, feeling, and judging. ESFJ personality types are described as diligent, time-honored, outgoing, coordinated, explicit, and as people person (“HumanMetrics,” 1980). To explicate descriptions, ESFJ types appreciate sticking with old-fashion routine and being the “life of the party,” especially with events and special occasions (“HumanMetrics,” 1998). They are also experts in hospitality; they…

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  • Career Typology

    One of the best known approaches to understanding personality traits related to professional interests is the Career Typology and Environmental Models proposed by Holland (1959 , 1997 ). This approach was developed to meet needs concerning the professional qualification of individuals in the United States in the mid-20th century. Career interests are expressions of life's objectives, values, identifications, competencies and the abilities of individuals within the professional sphere,…

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  • Holmes Typology

    Unlike typical motives, serial killers’ motives are classified into a few catagorites. The main type of classification for serial killing motives is called the Holmes typology. This classification was named after Ronald M. and Stephen T. Holmes, two uthors who wrote numerous textbooks on serial murder and violent crimes (How Serial Killers Work pg. 2). The Holmes typology is divided into two catagories, act-foucsed and process-focused. Act-focused serial killers murder quickly and for the…

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  • Early Puritan Typology

    Typology is a classification system that groups things according to their similarities and also how they can be divided up into different “types”. This system refers to a biblical interpretation that events found in the Old Testament are foreshadowed in the New Testament. Typology is broken down into two diverse “types”. The first type is antitype. This is the original story of the Jesus of Nazareth. The second is just the type. This “type” refers to the Old Testament. Throughout the Old…

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  • Brigg's Typology Analysis

    The Waterhouse Center was an incredible experience and an appropriate use of class time. The activities served as an informal way to get to know our peers, as well as an opportunity to analyze our own behavior. As a member of group “A” led by Bernie, we successfully accomplished a majority of the different events on his property. I will explain how we experienced success and trouble as a group, as well as how I handled my Myer’s Brigg’s typology and Big 5 personality types in relation to other…

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  • Jung Typology Report

    Between the two assessments, I found the Jung Typology test to be much clearer and more accurate. The DISC assessment contradicted itself on more than one point, and opposed some of what I learned in the Jung Typology test. Upon review of the DISC assessment, I read that I had low Decisiveness, which meant that I solved familiar problems quickly, but when placed with an unfamiliar conflict, I struggled and approached it in a “calculated and deliberate manner.” To some extent, I feel that this is…

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  • Jung Typology Test

    1. The four letters of my personality are “INFJ” according to the Jung Typology Test. The letter “I” stands for introvert; the letter “N” stands for intuition. The letter “F” stands for feelings; and finally the letter “J” stands for judging. The Jung Typology Test, I completed, contained 64 questions with five answers choices for each question including: YES, yes, uncertain, no, and NO. Before taking the test, I thought there was no differences between the capitalized and lowercase (yes/no)…

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  • Holmes And Deburgers Typology

    Serial killers are individuals that murder many people over a period of time with the interval between victims varying. These criminals have different motives in targeting people and usually have similar characteristics: male and Caucasian. There have been many classification systems made by criminologists to classify serial killers. These typologies are used as aid to help law enforcement find and imprison them. Holmes and DeBurger (1988) designed a four- category typology based on method,…

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  • Jungian Typology Assessment

    (1)"With vision and determination, nothing is impossible" Over the past two weeks I have learned that without organization, motivation, goals, and knowing/understanding yourself can lead to failure. I've learned manydifferent things about my personality, my strengths and weaknesses, what type of learner I am, and different ways to manage stress to prevent burnout. After Completing the Jungian Typology assessment I was placed in the "Diplomat" catigory, labeled as a "Protagonist". (2)Only 3% of…

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