Why The Myers-Briggs Personality Test Is Misleading, Inaccurate, And Unscientific | Wharton organizational psychologist Adam Grant criticizes the either/or approach of the system. Thirty years of research show that you can both be a thinker and a feeler; in fact most thoughtful people also spend lots of time feeling emotion. "When I scored as a thinker one time and a feeler one time, it's because I like both thinking and feeling," he writes. "I should have separate scores for the two."
Why The Myers-Briggs Personality Test Is Misleading, Inaccurate, And Unscientific
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is the most popular personality test, boasting millions of test-takers each year. Developed in the by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katharine Briggs, the MBTI is…
Lord of the Rings Personality Chart
I took the Meyers Briggs personality test a long time ago, but I couldn't remember if I got ISTJ or INTJ, so I took it again and I got ISTJ, which is Aragorn! Probably the coolest character in all Middle Earth. Him or Pippin, I can't choose. @Hannah Barnhart
Know Thyself: The Myers-Briggs Personality Test - Infographic
Know Thyself: The Myers-Briggs Personality Test - Infographic [PIC]