Myers Briggs Test * What is your Myers-Briggs Personality Type?

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Myers Briggs Test * What is your Myers-Briggs Personality Type?
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  • Myers Briggs Test * What is your Myers-Briggs Personality Type?

  • Do What you areThe MBTI is the most widely used personality assessment questionnaire, particularly in workplace training. The MBTI identifies people as being one of 16 overall types, based on dichotomous ratings on 4 main personality factors.It can help you select a career field that is a good fit for your personality make-up.

  • The Four Preferences

    Extraversion are generally enthusiastic, talkative, assertive, and gregarious in social situations. They take pleasure in activities that involve large social gatherings such as: parties, community activities, public demonstrations, business, and political groups.Introversion tend to be more reserved and less outspoken in large groups. They often take pleasure in solitary activities such as reading, writing, music, drawing, tinkering, playing video games, watching movies and plays, and using computers

    Sensing you prefer to deal with facts, what you know, to have clarity, or to describe what you see. This is denoted by the letter "S".Intuition you prefer to deal with ideas, look into the unknown, to generate new possibilities or to anticipate what isn't obvious. This is denoted by the letter "N"

    Thinking you prefer to decide on the basis of objective logic, using an analytic and detached approach. This is denoted by the letter "T".Feeling you prefer to decide using values and/or personal beliefs, on the basis of what you believe is important or what you or others care about. This is denoted by the letter "F".

    Judging you prefer your life to be planned, stable and organized. This is denoted by the letter "J".Perception you prefer to go with the flow, to maintain flexibility and respond to things as they arise.

  • Many of us believe we are in perfect control of what our minds believe. But what happens when your mind is unable to determine what is impossible?

    Is your perception your reality? Before one can learn anything, perception must take place, i.e. one has to become aware of it through one of the senses. Usually one has to hear or see it. Subsequently one has to interpret whatever one has seen or heard.

    Cognitive illusions - whenever assumptions about the world lead to false perception (eg. ambiguous pictures, depth/motion/color perception or impossible objects)Afterimages - effects on the eyes or brain of excessive stimulation of brightness, tilt, color, movement, etc. (eg. grid illusions)

  • Your eyes are making them move. To test this, stare at one spot in each picture for a few seconds and everything will stop moving; OR look at the black center of each circle in the first picture, and it will stop moving; but when you move your eyes to the next black center, the previous one will move after you take your eyes away from it.

  • Is this a picture of an old woman or a young girl?

  • The "illusion" is that this is just a picture of coffee beans; but it is not. Can you find a man's face among the beans? Some say that if you find the man in 3 seconds or less, the right half of your brain may be more well developed than most.