Myers_Briggs_Types - Four Dimensions Extroversion and...

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Four Dimensions Extroversion and Introversion - Where your energy is directed. Sensing and Intuition - What kind of information you naturally notice and remember. Thinking and Feeling - How you decide or come to conclusions. Judging and Perceiving - What kind of environment makes you the most comfortable. Use the table below to help you circle the words that identify your personality types: Are you an extrovert or an introvert? Are you a sensor or intuitive? Are you a thinker or a feeler? Are you a judger or a perceiver? Characteristics of Extroverts Energized with other people Tend to think out loud Easy to know. Share personal information Talk more than listen Respond to others quickly with enthusiasm Characteristics of Introverts Energized by time spent alone. Avoid being center of attention More private; share with select few Listen more than talk Respond after thinking things through Characteristics of Sensors Trust what is certain and concrete Like new ideas if there is a practical application Value realism and common sense Use and hone established skills
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course ACAD 1100 taught by Professor Walker during the Spring '08 term at U. Memphis.

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Myers_Briggs_Types - Four Dimensions Extroversion and...

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