How safe are you?

How psychological type relates to cybersecurity by John Hackston It’s very likely that you are reading this article online. Maybe you are at home, maybe you are in an office, maybe you are reading this in a hotel lobby, or a coffee shop or an airport lounge… but how secure are you? How vulnerable are …

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Invoking the Inferior Function

by Sue Blair If you are reading this article you are probably fascinated by Type. I’ve been studying Type for nearly 20 years and I’m not bored yet. It just seems incredible to me that the patterns of the human mind have been recognised and observed for decades and yet the level of general public …

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Cultural Attitudes

by John Beebe Typology comes into its own when we make the stretch from self to other. We do not get there simply by learning another person’s MBTI® code. We make a connection by assuming an attitude toward that person as part of the world around us which will always, in some way, be different …

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Personality clash

Personality Clash?

– how Type makes a difference by Catherine Stothart Can you get on with everyone at work? We’ve all had “difficult” colleagues – perhaps the impatient go-getter, the stick-to-the-rules pedant, the excitable attention-seeker or the indecisive procrastinator.  Personality clashes are the top cause of conflict at work[i]  and diversity in personality probably causes more problems …

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7 Jul: Empirical Type Research

7 Jul | 8pm UK | Open to all, FREE BAPT In Conversation with Mina Barimany Dr Mina Barimany is a counselor and psychologist based in the Washington DC area. Her 2017 PhD thesis explored the individual hierarchy of the 8 Jungian cognitive functions, based on data from the Majors PTI assessment. Since then there …

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