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There has been some previous research that has revealed that the Myers-Briggs has little to no power in predicting how happy you will be in certain situations, how successful you would be with a certain job or role, or how happy you would be in a relationship with somebody.
In my own research, I have seen that certain personality classifications or even similarities in these classifications does not significantly predict how happy you would be in a relationship with a person.
The 12 zodiac sign archetypes are a bit like caricatures but they tell a different story than what the 16 Myers Briggs types portray. It seems that most people know about the description of their zodiac sign and so it is possible that either through cosmic forces, or cognitive biases, the traits of our astrology sign may become intertwined with our self image to the extent that we subconsciously become more like our sign whether or not we are predisposed to being that way innately (as astrology would suggest).
Within each Myers Briggs type tribe there is a significant amount of variation due to the fact that everything is evaluated on a spectrum.
The Myers-Briggs is one of the most popular personality assessments, used by hiring managers at many companies, some government agencies, and even some other online dating sites.
These tests will categorize you into a certain “type” of personality, either giving you 1 of 16 types, labeling you as a “caregiver”, “idealist”, “scientist”, or a number of others.
When I meet new people and tell them I am a researcher at e Harmony, it is usually followed by an array of questions, which I always love answering.
Part of my responsibilities here include developing new personality scales to add to our relationship questionnaire, which we then add to our newest matching models to help people find their matches.
Perhaps it still is, but it looks as though the MBTI may be in a position to dethrone the ancient pseudoscience in the near future.
Jung did state that his personality classifications were more rough estimates than actual types, but in the 1940s Katherine Briggs and daughter Isabel Briggs Myers used this as the basis in creating a personality test.
However, neither of them had any actual psychology training, so they collaborated with an HR manager from a Philadelphia bank.
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