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Myers Briggs Presentation

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Myers-Briggs
Deondra
Amanda
Theoretical Foundation
History & Construction
Cost
Center for Applications of Psychological Type Inc.
www.capt.org
Set of 10 assessments with report $174.50
Set of 25 assessment only - $189.50
Set of 25 answer sheets $74.75

Formerly known as Consulting Psychology Press
www.cpp.com
One sheet assessment - $33.95-$39.95
Report - $22.05 - $25.95
Organization specific report - $22.05 - $25.95

Format & Administration
Scoring
-Results never shared without client permission
-Scores must be interpreted face to face
-Best fit done after assessment

Overview
Scale Breakdown
Subscales of Extraversion/Introversion
Actiue vs. Reflective
Extraversion vs. Introversion
Expressive vs. Contained
Gregarious vs. Intimate
Scales and Subscales
Initiating vs. Receiving
Enthusiastic vs. Quiet
Subscales of Sensing vs. Intuitive
Experiential vs. Theoretical
Practical vs. Conceptual
Traditional vs. Original
Realistic vs. Imaginative
Concrete vs. Abstract
Sensing vs. Intuitive
Critical vs. Accepting
Questioning vs. Accommodating
Tough vs. Tender
Reasonable vs. Compassionate
Logical vs. Empathetic
Subscales of Thinking vs. Feeling
Not a Clinical Report
Only an indicator
Many interpretations
Goal is simple

Decision making
Feedback sources
Concept application
Dominant function is determine
Secondary functions are auxiliaries
Distinguish peoples
differences
Provide feedback
Used for individuals
& groups
Summary
Cori
93 Forced answer questions
Word pair
Short answer

Represent 4 dichotomies
Extrovert/Introvert
Sensing/Intuition
Thinking/Feeling
Judging/Perceiving
16 Different Personality Types

-ISTJ -INFJ -ISFJ -INTJ
-ISTP -INFP -ISFP -INTP
-ESTP -ENFP -ESFP -ENTP
-ESTJ -ENFJ -ESFJ -ENTJ

Administration
Qualifications
Certification program
Education eligibility

Administration takes 30-45 minutes

Intended use determined beforehand

Best fit exercise
Purpose
Ray
Thinking vs. Feeling
Questions
What is so appealing about the MBTI?
1.5 Million
2.5
Million
Normal variations of personality
High Face Validity
Value Neutral
A tool
Why do people think differently?
What type of people do I communicate best with?
What jobs can I excel at?

What do the Critics say?
Misleading
Self Fufilling
Freud & Jung
Psychological Types written in 1913

Myers and Briggs
1951
1962
2013
Isabel Briggs-Myers & Katharine Cook-Briggs
Longitudinal Study including
5,355 medical students at 45 medical schools.
Personality Questionnaire
1975
1943
1940's
Think for a moment...
Who is the most social?
Who is the quietest?
Who is the most organized?
Who speaks out with great passion?
Who offers logic during discussion?


Out of the people you visioned, think about those that you are more likely to bond with or have the most similarities with.

Consulting Psychologists Press
To Be or Not to Be...
What is Reliability?
What is Validity?
Reliability and Validity
Pittenger's Concerns
Who Can Use It?
What are the Guidelines?
Client Consideration
Can we use it?
Steps of the MBTI I
Steps of the MBTI II
Design
Subscales of Judging vs. Perceiving
Systematic vs. Casual
Planful vs. Open Ended
Early Starting vs. Pressure Prompted
Scheduled vs. Spontaneous
Methodical vs. Emergent
Judging vs. Perceiving
WHAT ANIMAL ARE YOU?
Every Year
"Sex is what drives our lives"
"No, it's the world around us!"
Avalaible in 21 languages
Used for many different disciplines
Interpreting the MBTI
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