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    On a mission Usehername's Avatar
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    Default MBTI Resources: Let's Collect!

    As an INTJ, the links I'll post will likely be to the INTJ ones. I don't want to edit all my links I'll be copy-pasting, so you can navigate from there. Please contribute!! Also, PLEASE Copy/Paste my lists when you add to them; let's keep it ORGANIZED AND FUNCTIONAL. Make your own Headings if there's new topics.

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    Lifexplore - Personality, Myers-Briggs, Enneagram, Tests, Type Descriptions, More
    Best-Fit Type : Exploring the Multiple Models of Personality Type
    Characteristics of the 16 Types > MBTI TYPE TODAY
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    The Jung Type Indicator Test Types

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    Index of Appreciating Differences Thru Colours (Specifically Falt - Appreciating Differences Temperament Descriptions for SP, SJ, NF, NT descriptions)

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    I agree--a collection of links would be useful. I've been scratching my head over management of such a collection for a few months (I figured it was an inevitability).

    If you have relevant links you'd like to add, please contribute to this thread.

    The community discussion about the format and compiling of this collection has been moved to the Feedback sub-forum. If you would like to add to that discussion, please contribute in that thread.
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    I like these articles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Indeed ... very nice. I've found a new lode of information to peruse

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    Quote Originally Posted by Economica View Post
    Always glad to find new stuff, I haven't seen before. Thanks.

    Here are some others compiled on INTPc.
    MBTI and psychology books - INTP Central

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    meanlittlechimp is here!



    Sorry. Carry on . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by meanlittlechimp View Post
    Always glad to find new stuff, I haven't seen before. Thanks.

    Here are some others compiled on INTPc.
    MBTI and psychology books - INTP Central
    What's wrong with Do What You Are? Why is it in the mediocre category? I think it explains the functions and temperaments better and less stereotypically than Keirsey's Please Understand Me II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haight View Post
    meanlittlechimp is here!



    Sorry. Carry on . . .
    Hey Haight, yeah - I haven't been around in a while.

    I closed down my startup (after 4 years) a few months ago and I've been scrambling to figure out what to do next with my life. I think hanging out on mbti forums, reading magazines, getting drunk and watching movies will have to suffice for a while or until my funds run out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    What's wrong with Do What You Are? Why is it in the mediocre category? I think it explains the functions and temperaments better and less stereotypically than Keirsey's Please Understand Me II.
    Probably because it's a basic text for newcomers to MBTI but doesn't deal with much of the nuance or more complicated function use and such as what we discuss here.

    That is not to say it's not useful -- I think the Tiegers' texts serve very well for MBTI beginners and are very easy to understand. They did a lot to popularize MBTI and I would recommend them to people who are just starting out.
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