http://metro.turnpike.net/~pflaump/synergy/STYLES/styles.htm gives a
breakdown of styles, a place you can take the sorter on line and it will
score it for you. http://sunsite.unc.edu/jembin/mb.pl is the site for the
[Host's note: the site mentioned above is the Keirsey test on-line on a
web page, along with supporting material that I thought was pretty good.
In other settings, I've been adivsed that the Myers-Briggs requires
professional introduction and support for individuals who want to
learn something about themselves from the instrument. ...Rick]
Malcom Burson said:
There is a fair amount of well-validated data on the teaching profession
in the Myers-Briggs literature.
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