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If you read the earlier post I wrote about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, or MBTI, you know that, despite its popularity, I'm pretty skeptical of it as a diagnostic tool. And I'm not alone: an increasing consensus of psychologists criticize it for not being a statistically sound assessment of personality types. Nevertheless, it's used in hiring, firing and promotion decisions by big companies around the world because it gives results that managers feel like they can do something with.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, or MBTI, is one of the most popular personality tests around. The test classifies people as one of 16 personality types, broken down along four axes: extroverted/introverted, sensing/intuition, thinking/feeling and judging/perceiving. (See the16 MBTI personality types in the nearby image from the Myers & Briggs Foundation.)