This study examines gamblers to see if they have unique personality traits. The surprising result: no, they don't.
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This study discusses the types of language interpretation students. It finds that ISTJs are the most likely to become interpreters. Also discusses the preference of each type for Spanish, Chinese and Japanese and measures the drop out rate for interpretation students of each type.
Not just about languages.
- Shows what types are most likely to be Language students.
- Shows what types are most likely to be Science students
- Shows what types are most likely to be Engineering students
- Shows what types are most likely to be Business students
Useful for all types, especially college and language students. Finds that INTPs are the type most likely to take a foreign language.
Describes the personality types of police officers and notes that STs and NTs are the dominant groups within the force. Describes what duties ST, NTs, SFs, and NFs tend to gravitate towards, i.e. DARE programs or SWAT.
Simple and easy to understand, this short paper discusses the temperaments of teachers, the temperament-based learning styles of students, and the drop out rate for each temperament as a result of teacher temperament.
This article discusses the validity of the MBTI and gives short summaries of the some of the research that has been done with it: type and marital problems, type and the Asch Conformity Experiment, type and neuroses, and type and imagination.
Discusses the relationship of the MBTI to the 16PF, another personality test. If you ever wondered which personality type is the most self reliant, lively, vigilant, emotionally stable, warm, sensitive, open to change, etc, this will give you that and more.
Short and easy to understand, this article examines sums up various (1992 era) criticisms of the MBTI. A thought-provoking read on the weak points of the MBTI as well as the advantages.
Written by a professional game designer, this easy-to-read article discusses the gameplay habits of Rationals and describes which games Rationals particularly enjoy. Also includes an interesting history of Rationals and computer game design.
Describes strengths and weaknesses of female INTPs starting their own businesses. Also indicates how this particular sample INTP tested on a Strong test of vocational preferences; note that this part of the data cannot necessarily be generalized to all INTPs.