Mbti sentence example
- The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a widely used personality inventory, or test, employed in vocational, educational, and psychotherapy settings to evaluate personality type in adolescents and adults age 14 and older.
- In an educational setting, the MBTI may be performed to assess student learning style.
- In a classroom setting, the MBTI may be used to help teens and young adults better understand their learning, communication, and social interaction styles.
- Because the MBTI is also a tool for self-discovery, mental health professionals may administer the test in counseling sessions to provide their patients with insight into their behavior.
- Among adults, the MBTI is also used in organizational settings to assess management skills and facilitate teamwork and problem solving.Advertisement
- In 2000, an estimated two million people took the MBTI, making it the most frequently used personality inventory available.
- A derivative version of the MBTI, developed by Elizabeth Murphy and Charles Meisgeier, is available for children age seven through 13 (grades two through eight).
- The assessment, called the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children (MMTIC) uses the same four psychological types as the MBTI, but is written for a second grade reading level.
- The MBTI should only be administered, scored, and interpreted by a professional trained in its use (except in the case of Form M, which can be self-scored but should still be administered and interpreted by a professional).
- Prior to the administration of the MBTI, the test subject should be fully informed about the nature of the test and its intended use.Advertisement
- There are a total of sixteen possible combinations of personality types on the MBTI.