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Personality type : an owner's manual

Author: Lenore Thomson
Publisher: Boston : Shambhala, 1998.
Series: Jung on the Hudson book series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The type test here will tell you about the choices you've made and the direction you're taking--according to C.G. Jung's theory of psychological types. For Jung, knowing your type was essential to understanding yourself, but his ideas have been applied largely in the areas of career and marital counseling, so type has come to seem predictive: a way to determine your job skills and social abilities. This book  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lenore Thomson
ISBN: 0877739870 9780877739876
OCLC Number: 38216400
Description: xi, 415 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: This door is not the door --
Casting types --
Interpereting the type evaluator results --
The first type category: extraversion or introversion --
Our two strongest functions --
The fourth type category: perceiving or judging --
Our dominant and secondary functions --
Personality types are also brain types --
What happens to the functions we don't prefer? --
Type dynamics --
The tertiary problem --
Getting along with other types --
The attitudes: extraversion and introversion --
Extraverted sensation: ESTP and ESFP types --
Introverted sensation: ISTJ and ISFJ types --
Extraverted intuition: ENTP and ENFP types --
Introverted intuition: INTJ and INFJ types --
Extraverted thinking: ESTJ and ENTJ types --
Introverted thinking: ISTP and INTP types --
Extraverted feeling: ESFJ and ENFJ types --
Introverted feeling: ISFP and INFP types.
Series Title: Jung on the Hudson book series.
Responsibility: Lenore Thomson.
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The type test here will tell you about the choices you've made and the direction you're taking--according to C.G. Jung's theory of psychological types. For Jung, knowing your type was essential to understanding yourself, but his ideas have been applied largely in the areas of career and marital counseling, so type has come to seem predictive: a way to determine your job skills and social abilities. This book reclaims type as a way to talk about people's inner potential and the choices they make in order to honor it. Whether you're trying to figure out who you are and what you need to do in life, or recognizing that deeper meaning lies beyond what you've already accomplished, this book will help you to become aware of your greatest strengths, your opportunities to live them out, and your ability to make the most of your unique potential.--From publisher description.

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