Personality Testing

The Myers-Briggs Personality Test was put together by the mother-daughter team of Katherine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers. The test is based on Carl Jung’s psychological theory of four key psychological functions that humans rely on while experiencing the world – sensation, intuition, feeling and thinking.

One of those four is considered dominant in each individual, with varying degrees for the other three. The theory is that each person has a specific way they prefer to experience the world, and in normal populations, this test can determine each individual’s preference and tell them a lot about themselves.

16 personality types