The following is a survey being conducted by Enneagram Explorations on Enneagram Type, Tritype, Instincts. Please respond back if you are taking the survey as we want to know how much this sort of thing is of interest to our members.
Link To Enneagram Explorations Survey
Below is a note from Katherine Fauvre on the survey
Dear Fellow Enneagram Enthusiasts,
As many of you know, I love to study all things 'Enneagram' as well as a diverse number of personality typologies. I especially like to correlate these typologies to find patterns that will shed additional light on the nuances of Type. My hope is to make it easier to identify, understand and work with the 9 Enneagram Types.
To that end, I am conducting a new study correlating Enneagram Type, Tritype, Instincts and MBTI. I am looking for new patterns, of course... but in addition, I wish to confirm earlier patterns that emerged in a 2011 study I conducted on this subject matter. That study consisted of roughly 400 participants and the results matched what I have found with clients. Now that many more people know their Tritype, I wish to broaden the scope. I wish to verify my earlier findings with a larger sample size and I wish to ask additional questions and include more demographic questions to know who is participating.
I am hoping this data and the clusters that emerge will help us to better understand key differences within Enneagram Type and demonstrate how these three typologies influence one another. For example, just to name a few:
Are the 478s primarily the I/ENXP?
Are those with 4 in the Tritype usually the Sexual/1 to 1 Instinctual Type?
Are the MBTI Fs most often the Sexual/1 to 1 Instinct?
Are the MBTI Ts most often the Self-preserving Types?
Do Social Instinctual Types first mistype as Type 1?
Do ESTJs mistype as 8s?
Do INFPs mistype as 4s?
Do ENTJs that are 18-24 make the same type of comments and use the same language as those that are 46-54?
Thank you so much for your participation. This information teaches us important nuances about how people see themselves in these different systems as well as how these systems relate to one another. The goal is to see the patterns that emerge, to see what is confluent and discover what is meaningful to these Types.
I will be sharing this data in a number of ways. In addition, I intend to share and explore these findings with panelists at the International Enneagram Conference in August of 2015.
Thank you, I have included a free code to take the test. The code is Study 2014. This code is live for 2 weeks.
Katherine Chernick Fauvre
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