While everyone in this world is unique and different we do all process information in various ways that can be measured. What we can measure gives quite an amazing insight to how we
perceive and process information, relate to others, how we react to emotions, etc.
Let me give you an example.
We all think and we all feel, however some of us think
more than they feel, or feel more than they think. Lets say a work
colleague arrives at the office wearing an awful coat that clearly
doesn't look good. Are you the sort of person that will do them
a favour and tell them immediately "that coats doesn't look good
on you" or, are you someone more gentle to their feelings, and will
tell a white lie for the sake of their emotions? If you would answer
honestly and risk hurting their feelings, that is an indication
of thinking over feeling, while second way is feeling
over thinking. Thinking people are generally more comfortable in conflict
situations and enjoy debate, so therefore possibly are better lawyers
or police. On the other hand, a feeling person who hates conflict
may make a better psychologist or nurse, etc.
Besides thinking or feeling, there are 3 other areas to measure; your intuition
or sensing (how we process information and what it means to us),
being extraverted or intraverted, and if we are judging or percieving.
This gives us 16 personality combinations, and what ever one you
fit into will give an interesting insight with respect to career prospects.
Briggs Meyer personality test.
The most common personality test in the world today is the Briggs
Meyer personality test which was developed in 1962, although the various
personality types where first published in 1921. Career-test.co.uk
offers a version of the Briggs Meyer that is simple, quick and accurate
with only one page of mulitple choice questions. You can read more
about the personalty
types from this page.
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