Meyer Briggs

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house-carpenter
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Re: Meyer Briggs

Post by house-carpenter » Mon Jul 24, 2017 5:51 pm

I've done Meyers-Briggs tests every now and then from an early age and I've always been INTJ or INTP. But the most recent test, which I took this February, pegged me as an ISFP.

I don't identify with any of the descriptions of these personalities much, but then again I don't like identifying with anything very much. I'll admit the ISFP description seems rather more removed from me than the other two.

Regex
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Re: Meyer Briggs

Post by Regex » Mon Aug 21, 2017 7:25 pm

I wonder how Meyer Briggs would compare to clustering people's answers to questions. Follow that up by comparing within and between clusters for thinking and behavioral styles or otherwise. How strongly do the MBTI tests compare to machine learning in correlating to those things MBTI is supposed to be describing?

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