Popular Personality Type Books
The Four Personality Types and How to Deal with Them
Personality Types: Using the Enneagram for Self-Discovery
Each type is a combination of four letters: E for extrovert or I for introvert, S for sensor or N for intuitive, F for feeler or T for thinker, and P for perceiver or J for judger. There are a few different interpretations of the theory out there, each coming from a different angle. You can take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator here. The test or a variation of it is included in all of the books below as well. What Type Am I?
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Make Your Own List. Interview by Stephanie Kelley. Merve Emre is professor of English at Oxford. First, let me ask: how does the genesis of a research question typically come about for you? And what first sparked your interest in the history of personality testing?
Which Personality Type do you identify with?
At that time I had just joined a prominent multilevel marketing business and was learning to sell to, connect with and had started to learn how to build important friendships with people — Some of which I maintain to this day. I was still reeling at the time however, having to go through and feel the pain of my first major relationship ending. This relationship was my world at the time and I had to learn how to embrace new, novel and yet painful emotions that taught me alot about myself and the people in the world with whom I encountered around me. I remember cracking open the book doing the Personality Questionaire which I found there. I was curious to find out what personality type I was at the time and are now curious to find that I am a totally different personality type years later. Yet I have never faulted its ability when learning to characterize the people with whom I meet in a social situation. With ease I might add — Because this book teaches you the skills, if only you do the drills listed in there.