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Jung's personality theory quantified / Douglass J. Wilde.

By: Wilde, Douglass J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London ; New York : Springer, c2011Description: xv, 116 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0857290991 (hbk. : acidfree paper); 9780857290991 (hbk. : acidfree paper).Subject(s): Typology (Psychology) | Myers-Briggs Type Indicator | Jung, C. G. (Carl Gustav), 1875-1961DDC classification: 155.264
Contents:
Introduction : typology at a crossroad Jung's qualitative personality theory Quantification Decoupling the attitudes Cognitive mode determination Dominant, auxiliary, principal, and subsidiary modes Partially fixing type dynamics Shadow archetypes Application to teamology Extensions and implications
Summary: "Jung's Personality Theory Quantified" fills an urgent need for professionals using "The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator[registered] (MBTI)" to map it on to the cognitive modes of Jung's personality theory, avoiding potential logical errors in the traditional 'type dynamics' method. It furthers Jung's original concepts while placing them on a solid axiomatic basis not possessed by other personality theories. Bringing Read more...
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Introduction : typology at a crossroad Jung's qualitative personality theory Quantification Decoupling the attitudes Cognitive mode determination Dominant, auxiliary, principal, and subsidiary modes Partially fixing type dynamics Shadow archetypes Application to teamology Extensions and implications


"Jung's Personality Theory Quantified" fills an urgent need for professionals using "The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator[registered] (MBTI)" to map it on to the cognitive modes of Jung's personality theory, avoiding potential logical errors in the traditional 'type dynamics' method. It furthers Jung's original concepts while placing them on a solid axiomatic basis not possessed by other personality theories. Bringing Read more...

Includes bibliographical references (p. 111-112) and index.

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