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This is a powerpoint from my honors cornerstone class. I did not make it. I am I/N/F/P. So, what are you?

This is a powerpoint from my honors cornerstone class. I did not make it. I am I/N/F/P. So, what are you?

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  • 1. Looking at Type A Description of the Preferences Reported by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator By Earle C. Page
  • 2. THE MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR WAS DEVELOPED BY:
    • Katharine C. Briggs
    • and
    • Isabel Briggs Myers
  • 3. IT IS BASED ON...
    • C. G. Jung’s
    • “ Psychological Types”
  • 4. THE MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR REPORTS SOME OF YOUR KEY
    • Preferences
    • Tendencies
    • Characteristics
    • But not all of them
  • 5.
    • YOU DECIDE
    • HOW ACCURATE
    • THE REPORT IS
    • FOR YOU
  • 6. THE FOUR PREFERENCE SCALES ARE...
    • Extraversion or Introversion
    • Sensing or Intuition
    • Thinking or Feeling
    • Judgment or Perception
  • 7. EXTRAVERSION AND INTROVERSION ARE COMPLEMENTARY ATTITUDES TOWARD THE WORLD An Extravert’s Essential Stimulation Is From The Environment - The Outer World of People And Things. An Introvert’s Essential Stimulation Is From Within - The Inner World Of Thoughts And Reflections. E I
  • 8. EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSION Feels Pulled Outward By External Claims and Conditions Feels Pushed Inward By External Claims and Intrusions
  • 9. EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSION Energized By Other People, External Experiences Energized By Inner Resources, Internal Experiences
  • 10. EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSION Acts , Then (Maybe) Reflects Reflects , Then (Maybe) Acts
  • 11. EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSION Is Often Friendly , Talkative, Easy To Know Is Often Reserved , Quiet, Hard To Know
  • 12. EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSION Expresses Thoughts And Emotions Freely (May Be At Risk of Saying Too Much) Keeps Thoughts And Emotions Private (May Be At Risk Of Saying Too Little)
  • 13. EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSION Needs Relationships Needs Privacy
  • 14. EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSION Gives Breadth To Life Gives Depth To Life
  • 15. EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSION E s May Seem Shallow To I s I s May Seem Withdrawn To E s
  • 16. EXTRAVERSION INTROVERSION Needs Introversion for Balance Needs Extraversion for Balance
  • 17. SOME KEY WORDS
    • Extraversion
    • Active
    • Outward
    • Sociable
    • People
    • Many
    • Expressive
    • Breadth
    • Introversion
    • Reflective
    • Inward
    • Reserved
    • Privacy
    • Few
    • Quiet
    • Depth
    E I
  • 18. EXTRAVERTS USE BOTH E AND I , BUT PREFER E INTROVERTS USE BOTH E AND I , BUT PREFER I E I Clear - Moderate - Slight Slight - Moderate - Clear HOW CLEAR IS YOUR PREFERENCE
  • 19. SENSING AND INTUITION ARE WAYS OF TAKING IN INFORMATION
    • The Sensing Function Takes In Information By Way of the Five Senses - Sight, Sound, Touch, Taste, And Smell.
    • The Intuiting Function Processes Information By Way Of A “Sixth Sense” Or Insight.
    S N
  • 20. SENSING INTUITION Sees Specific Parts And Pieces Sees Patterns And Relationships
  • 21. Lives In The Present, Enjoying What’s There Lives Toward The Future, Anticipating What Might Be SENSING INTUITION
  • 22. Prefers Handling Practical Matters Prefers Imagining Possibilities SENSING INTUITION
  • 23. Likes Things That Are Definite, Measurable Likes Opportunities For Being Inventive SENSING INTUITION
  • 24. Starts At The Beginning, Takes A Step At A Time Jumps In Anywhere, Leaps Over Steps SENSING INTUITION
  • 25. Works Hands-On With The Parts To Understand The Overall Design Studies The Overall Design To Understand How The Parts Fit Together SENSING INTUITION
  • 26. Enjoys Using And Refining The Known And Familiar Enjoys Experimenting With The New And Different SENSING INTUITION
  • 27. S s May Seem Materialistic and Literal-Minded To N s N s May Seem Fickle, Impractical Dreamers To S s SENSING INTUITION
  • 28. Needs Intuition For Balance Needs Sensing For Balance SENSING INTUITION
  • 29. SOME KEY WORDS
    • Sensing
    • Details
    • Present
    • Practical
    • Facts
    • Sequential
    • Directions
    • Repetition
    • Enjoyment
    • Perspiration
    • Conserve
    • Literal
    • Intuition
    • Patterns
    • Future
    • Imaginative
    • Innovations
    • Random
    • Hunches
    • Variety
    • Anticipation
    • Inspiration
    • Change
    • Figurative
    S N
  • 30. SENSING TYPES USE BOTH S AND N , BUT PREFER S INTUITIVE TYPES USE BOTH S AND N , BUT PREFER N S N Clear - Moderate - Slight Slight - Moderate - Clear HOW CLEAR IS YOUR PREFERENCE
  • 31. THINKING AND FEELING ARE WAYS OF MAKING DECISIONS T F Thinking Is The Mental Process That Decides On The Basis Of Logical Analysis. Feeling Is The Mental Process that Decides On The Basis Of Evaluating Relative Worth.
  • 32. Decides With The Head Decides With The Heart THINKING FEELING
  • 33. Goes By Logic Goes By Personal Convictions THINKING FEELING
  • 34. Concerned With Principles Such As Truth, Justice Concerned with Values Such As Relationships, Harmony THINKING FEELING
  • 35. Sees Things As An On-Looker From Outside a Situation Sees Things As A Participant From Within A Situation THINKING FEELING
  • 36. Takes a Long Range View Takes An Immediate And Personal View THINKING FEELING
  • 37. Spontaneously Critiques Spontaneously Appreciates THINKING FEELING
  • 38. Good At Analyzing Plans Good At Understanding People THINKING FEELING
  • 39. T s May Seem Cold And Condescending To F s F s May Seem Fuzzy-Minded And Emotional To T s THINKING FEELING
  • 40. Needs Feeling For Balance Needs Thinking For Balance THINKING FEELING
  • 41. SOME KEY WORDS
    • Thinking
    • Head
    • Objective
    • Justice
    • Cool
    • Impersonal
    • Critique
    • Analyze
    • Precise
    • Principles
    • Feeling
    • Heart
    • Subjective
    • Harmony
    • Caring
    • Personal
    • Appreciate
    • Empathize
    • Persuasive
    • Values
    T F
  • 42. THINKING TYPES USE BOTH T AND F , BUT PREFER T FEELING TYPES USE BOTH T AND F , BUT PREFER F T F Clear - Moderate - Slight Slight - Moderate - Clear HOW CLEAR IS YOUR PREFERENCE
  • 43. JUDGMENT AND PERCEPTION ARE COMPLEMENTARY LIFESTYLES J P A Judging Lifestyle is Decisive, Planned, And Orderly. A Perceiving Lifestyle Is Flexible, Adaptable, And Spontaneous.
  • 44. Prefers An Organized Lifestyle Prefers A Flexible Lifestyle JUDGMENT PERCEPTION
  • 45. Likes Definite Order And Structure Likes Going With The Flow JUDGMENT PERCEPTION
  • 46. Likes To Have Life Under Control Prefers To Experience Life As It Happens JUDGMENT PERCEPTION
  • 47. Enjoys Being Decisive Enjoys Being Curious, Discovering Surprises JUDGMENT PERCEPTION
  • 48. Likes Clear Limits And Categories Likes Freedom To Explore Without Limits JUDGMENT PERCEPTION
  • 49. Handles Deadlines, Plans In Advance Meets Deadlines By Last Minute Rush JUDGMENT PERCEPTION
  • 50. P s May Seem Disorganized, Messy, Irresponsible To J s J s May Seem Demanding, Rigid, Uptight To P s JUDGMENT PERCEPTION
  • 51. Feels Comfortable Establishing Closure Feels Comfortable Maintaining Openness JUDGMENT PERCEPTION
  • 52. Needs Perception For Balance Needs Judgment For Balance JUDGMENT PERCEPTION
  • 53. SOME KEY WORDS
    • Judgment
    • Organized
    • Structure
    • Control
    • Decisive
    • Deliberate
    • Closure
    • Plan
    • Deadlines
    • Productive
    • Perception
    • Flexible
    • Flow
    • Experience
    • Curious
    • Spontaneous
    • Openness
    • Wait
    • Discoveries
    • Receptive
    J P
  • 54. JUDGING TYPES USE BOTH J AND P , BUT PREFER J PERCEIVING TYPES USE BOTH J AND P , BUT PREFER P J P Clear - Moderate - Slight Slight - Moderate - Clear HOW CLEAR IS YOUR PREFERENCE
  • 55. E I Clear - Moderate - Slight Slight - Moderate - Clear HOW CLEAR IS YOUR PREFERENCE? S N Clear - Moderate - Slight Slight - Moderate - Clear T F Clear - Moderate - Slight Slight - Moderate - Clear J P Clear - Moderate - Slight Slight - Moderate - Clear
  • 56. When Combined, Your Four Preferences
    • EXTRAVERSION or INTROVERSION
    • SENSING or INTUITION
    • THINKING or FEELING
    • JUDGMENT or PERCEPTION
    Indicate your PREFERENCE TYPE