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Dr. BHere is the link to my blog, I hope this is ok. I’ve been wanting to make a blog for a while and this gave me a chance to. I’ve attached my rough copy of the post here as well if you needed it. I just wanted to cover my bases Thanks,Johnnie Anne
Personality Theory and TestsJohnnie Anne WilsonPSY450Dr. Tanya BradwellMay 25, 2015Humans have always tried to categorize themselves. Over the years how we define personality has changed a great deal. Personality tests were developed to describe traits people were likely to have, and whys they may likely behave. Several theories have been created, however I prefer Carl Jung’s and the Myers-Briggs theory of psychological types. Carl Jung believed that there are four psychological functions(Cherry, n.d.): Extraversion vs. IntroversionSensation vs. IntuitionThinking vs. FeelingJudging vs. Perceiving He stated that we either focus on our internal world or the outside world; that we either fell into the introversion category or the extraversion category (NERIS Analytics Limited, 2015). However, being an extravert does not mean you have good social skills, and being an introvert does not mean that you are shy. Jung also created the concepts of the judging functions, which are thinking or feeling, and the perceiving functions, which are sensing or intuition (NERIS Analytics Limited, 2015). It was Jung’s idea that we each prefer one of these cognitive functions, and we find it comes to us more naturally. He

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