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MBTI Identifying and Understanding Your Type. What Type Are You?. Dichotomous Preferences No one is 100% one type or the other Rather there is a preference for one side of the dichotomous relationship over the other Some preferences are stronger than others

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Mbti identifying and understanding your type

MBTIIdentifying and Understanding Your Type


What type are you
What Type Are You?

  • Dichotomous Preferences

    • No one is 100% one type or the other

    • Rather there is a preference for one side of the dichotomous relationship over the other

    • Some preferences are stronger than others

    • Debate whether preferences are the result of biology or environmental press



Extraversion vs introversion

Wants to act on the environment

Draws energy from being with people

Would rather talk than listen

Thinks “out loud”

Usually gives immediate response to questions

Prefers inner world of reflection

Needs time alone to recharge after socializing

Rather listen than talk

Thinks internally

Often responds with “I’ll have to think about that”

Extraversion vs. Introversion


Sensing vs intuitive

Perception of the observable through the senses

Can handle routine

Craves enjoyment

Impatient with the fanciful

Deals with one thing at a time; sequential

Wants clear directions

Perception of meanings, possibility, relationships

Impatient with routine

Craves inspiration

Impatient with details

Deals with several things at once

Interested in new ways of doing things

Sensing vs. Intuitive


Thinking vs feeling

Analytical, objective, stand back

Concern for justice and fairness

Focus on facts, ideas, and things

Applies decisions consistently

Needs to be and appear competent

Participative, involved, get inside

Concern for people and their feelings

Focus on emotions, values, relationships

Applies decisions situationally

Needs to be appreciated by others

Thinking vs. Feeling


Judgers vs perceivers

Likes things settled, does not like to change decisions

Concerned about and want to be in control

Has a built in time clock

Offers decisive opinions

Has a place for everything

Prefers to keep options open, subject to change their mind

Concerned about being free and open

Does not have an innate schedule

Asks questions and explores

Has a “pile” for everything

Judgers vs. Perceivers



Going deeper into your type
Going Deeper Into Your Type

  • Functions of your type refer to the predominance of the S, N, T, and F parts of your personality type

  • Dominant Function—Develop in Early Life

  • Secondary Function—Develop in Adulthood

  • Tertiary Function—Develop in Late Adulthood

  • Inferior Function—Likely to Never Develop


Going deeper into your type1
Going Deeper Into Your Type

Determining Predominance of Functions:

  • Your J/P preference is the dichotomous preference you extravert, where J is your T/F preference and P is your S/N preference

  • For extraverts, the J/P preference indicates your dominant function; for introverts, the opposite of your J/P preference indicates your dominant function

  • Your secondary function is the preference of your opposite J/P preference

  • Your tertiary function is the opposite of your secondary function

  • Your inferior function is the opposite of your dominant function


Going deeper into your type2
Going Deeper Into Your Type

Determining Predominance of Functions (Example)

  • INTJ

  • J indicates the preference extraverted (T/F), but because individual is introverted the dominant function is the opposite (S/N)

  • N is the dominant function

  • T is the secondary function

  • F is the tertiary function

  • S is the inferior function


Questions for groups
Questions for Groups

  • What are your personal strengths?

  • What are your personal weaknesses?

  • What attributes of your co-workers do you appreciate most?

  • What attributes of your co-workers are the biggest annoyances?


Questions for groups1
Questions for Groups

  • Is there an area of student affairs that fits best for the individuals in your group?

  • Is there an area of student affairs that does not fit the individuals in your group well?

  • What would be your ideal classroom for your learning?

  • Rank order the following values (from ACPA) in terms of importance: respect autonomy, benefit others, do no harm, be honest, promote justice


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