Unit 3 Project

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PS300 Unit 3 Project
May 10, 2011

Unit 3 Project
Part 1: (This section of the project should be 1-2 pages in length) What were the results of your MBTI assessment?
The outcome of my MBTI assessment test resulted in the qualitative analysis of my personality type to be ENFJ (extraverted, intuitive, feeling, and judging). The strength of preferences in percentage form is as follows: •89%- Very extraverted personality,

25%- Moderately expressed intuitive personality,
75%- Distinctively expressed feeling personality,
44%- Moderately expressed judging personality.
Do you agree with these results? Why or why not?
I must say that I do agree with the results of the test, but there are some aspects of it that I feel to be untrue. In general, I have to always stay busy and involved with various activities. I like being around people, leading, teaching and stimulating others into positive performances. I also like to act on things as opposed to just talking about it. Other people view me as having an outgoing personality. I also am able to relate to and have friends from all walks of life. On the other hand, I am one who does have to think things through, plan ahead, and am very structured (with things in order). I think that I am more a Sensing personality than a Intuitive one. I am more practical and a more hands on individual. Meaning, I often use and trust my experience before words and symbols. (Humanetrics.com, 1998-2011)

In what ways does the MBTI assessment relate to Jung's theory of personality development? The way the MBTI assessment relate to Jung's theory of personality develop is that it allows a better understanding of various behavior patterns. Research has shown that behavior patterns of individuals are indeed consistent based how they perceive and use their judgment. Being conscious of people, surroundings, thoughts, and objects is our perception. Judgment is coming to grips with the perception. According to Jung, psychologically,...
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