Personality test on dating
They also described each of the categories with an easily understandable label such as ‘Mediator’, ‘Adventurer’ or ‘Entrepreneur’.
The Myers-Briggs test has quickly gained popularity and it’s widely used when it comes to career coaching, employee screening and even for judging the compatibility of a couple.
Jung also suggested that outside of these eight categories people can be extroverts or introverts too.
Twenty years later the Briggs family dusted off the psychoanalyst’s observations and combined the loosely connected personality traits into one larger theory that had 16 potential outcomes.
When looking at the test with critical eyes the flaws become apparent.
Our personalities are in constant flux, dictated by our emotional state, long- or short-term goals and life experiences.
It’s a proven fact that half of the test’s subjects receive a completely different evaluation after taking the test a second time.
Are you a talkative person who likes to focus on reality, values fairness and above all else seeks to settle things on your own?
Katherine Briggs and her daughter Isabell Briggs Myers based their theory on the works of 20th Century psychoanalyst Carl Jung, who stated that humans are either perceivers or judgers.
He then extended the categorization by adding further traits, such as thinkers or feelers and sensing or intuition.
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