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Centuries before Myers
JAY GORY, MANAGING EDITOR, science
Bosses’ fondness for unscientific personality tests is not a purely modern phenomenon. Currently, two million people every year take the Myers-Briggs test, which sorts them into 16 personality types, including ENFJ (extroverted intuitive feeling judging), and INTP (introverted intuitive thinking perceiving)—none of which have any scientific validity. Two hundred years ago, long before Myers-Briggs arrived… read more


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