This is an interactive personality test using Carl Jungs's system of personality types as extended upon by Isabella Myers-Briggs. The result you will receive will be similar to Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, of which this site has no affiliation.

Introduction
Carl Jung (1875-1961) was Swiss psychiatrist who proposed a theory of psychological types. His theory was taken and extended by Katharine Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Myers, personality enthusiasts who had studied his work extensively. They developed the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator which classified people into 16 different types on the basis of four dichotomies: Introversion-Extroversion, Sensing-Intuition, Thinking-Feeling, and Judging-Perceiving. The first three were adapted from Jung and the last developed by Myers-Briggs. So, for example, a person could be Extroverted-Sensing-Feeling-Perceiving (ESFP) or Introverted-iNtuiting-Thinking-Judging (INTJ). The Myers-Briggs types are the most popular pop-psych system, only the Enneagram of Personality comes close.

This personality test uses these theories and will produced a result analogous to the MBTI.

Procedure
The test has 24 items. Each is a biploar item pair, such as
Arrogant Humble
For each item mark where you fall on the scale between the two descriptions. In the example, if you are always humble and never arrogant, you should check the radio-button that is farthest to the right. If you are humble as often as you are arrogant, you would check the radio button in the centre. If you are mostly arrogant, but sometimes humble, then the one second to the left would be correct.



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