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The greatest proportion of people measured by the MBTI fall into the personality type ESFJ, that is, Extraverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging personalities. This group accounts for over 12% of the population tested. In general, those who prefer Sensing are more frequent in the population than...Read More

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No! No personality test of whatever kind resembles an IQ test. The efficiency with which we solve verbal and non-verbal problems is independent of our preferred ways of interacting with people. That is, insofar as anything we do has an element of personality attached. For instance, nervousness...Read More

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This is a minefield question if you mean which of the available tests for psychologists to use. However, since at least three aspects of intellectual functioning: memory, verbal reasoning, non-verbal reasoning (spatial ability) are necessary for an IQ to be calculated, the Wechsler Scales which...Read More

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Theoretically there should be no correlation between IQ and suffering from depression. The range of environmental stressors, loss of a loved one, war, disruption etc., can occur to anyone whereever they happen to score on an IQ test. However, a recent study of nearly 4,000 individuals in the...Read More

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D is the answer to this question. This comes from the theory created by Sigmund Freud, which he called Psychoanalysis. This is composed of different stages wherein the child starts to discover more about himself. The phallic stage is the third stage of development. This is the time when t...Read More

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They are negatively correlated. That is, criminality is more evident amongst those with lower rather than higher IQs. Criminals and delinquents score typically 8% or more lower on IQ tests than those who have no criminal record. There have been five major studies in different countries that...Read More

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The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has been enormously successful but you may be under a misapprehension that psychologists "so laud" it. The psychological press has given its fair share of critical analysis of the test but its very extensive adoption by the business community has given the MBTI a...Read More

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Socially it is important to be outgoing (extravert) but at the same time sensitive to the needs and feelings of others. You affect others' well-being if you are constantly late or fail to meet your commitments in work or in the family, and therefore planning is important. Someone with this MBTI...Read More

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