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Recognizing the #MBTI types in childhood #INFJ #INTJ #INFP #INTP #ENFJ #ENFP #ISTJ #ISFJ

Recognizing the Myers-Briggs® Personality Types in Childhood

When it comes to type theory, a lot of the descriptions for adult types won't work as well for children. Children are just starting to develop and as a result, they won't have steady access to all of their cognitive functions. In early life the dominant function is the most powerful and present in…


A beginner's guide to the cognitive functions in #personality theory

An Introduction to the Cognitive Functions in Myers-Briggs® Theory

Here at Psychology Junkie, I spend a LOT of time talking about the cognitive functions, and I realized just recently that I don't have a post that really goes into each of those functions very clearly. That's about to change as of today! There are so many misconceptions about the cognitive…


Can Childhood Trauma Impact Your Personality Type?

When it comes to helping people with their personality type I've started to veer further and further away from the use of tests and indicators. This is mainly because there are so many factors that can impact how questions on indicators are answered. Environment, upbringing, trauma, mental illness,…


#MBTI and fatherhood. What each personality type is like as a dad

Myers-Briggs® and Fatherhood - What Each Personality Type is Like as a Dad

A while back I wrote a post called What Each Myers-Briggs® Personality Type is Like as a Mom. After writing it I had a lot of requests for an article for dads. I had already had the idea simmering around in my head for a while, but I wondered...is there really much difference between moms and dads…


Dating tips for each #MBTI type

Dating Do's and Don'ts for Each Myers-Briggs® Personality Type

Valentine's Day is just around the corner and with it are many plans and expectations of the "perfect" date. How can you ensure that your experience is as successful as possible? What each personality type looks for in a date (and what instantly turns them off) is very different. Here are some do's…