The Science in Personality

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The Science in Personality

The Science in Personality




The Brains





1) Isabel Briggs Myers and Carl Jung's Theory of Pyschological Types are described and distinguished between eight different patterns. 2) MBTI stands for Myers Briggs Type Indicator 3) There are 16 personalities that consist of 4 letters known as MBTI types: ISTJ, ISTP, ISFJ, ISFP, INFJ, INFP, INTJ, INTP, ESTJ, ESTP, ESFJ, ESFP, ENFJ, ENFP, ENTJ, ENTP. 4) In Jungian terms, our type is defined by our dominant function (e.g. Extraverted Sensing) 5) By combining opposite pairs of attitudes and functions, the science in personality was born!

- It all wraps up with collective unconscious, which is a term meaning analytical psychology. (Look at the given video to the right.)-The basics were listed here, but now it's time for you to find out what your personality is.-Take the personality test at: - References:

- Attitudes are the stepping stones in personality, which include; Introverted and Extraverted. - Extraversion- When our energy focuses on the outer world (people, places, things)- Introversion- When our energy focuses on our inner world (thoughts and ideas) - This is where the 'E' and 'I' in the first letter of the MBTI types come into play! Every MBTI type start with either an 'E' or an 'I'.



Carl Jung

Isabel Briggs Myers

-Behind it All!-

- With so many traits and human differences, how could Extraversion and Introversion possibly stand alone?- Percieving and Judging; these are two opposite mental functions that we use to take in information. - Sensing Perception: using the five senses to collect data.- iNtuitive Perception: infer meanings and make connections beyond sensory data.- Thinking Judgement: The proccess we use for evaluating information through objective and logical criteria.- Feeling Judgement: The process we use for evaluating information by considering what's important to me and you,


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