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Online Typology Resources

Fukyo

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There's a lot of links spread all over the forum, but no thread to hold them all.

I've been meaning to post the resources I've found the most useful and interesting for quite some time, but my humongous Pness always hindered all of my efforts. :p

The aim of this thread is ideally to provide the more in-depth, detailed information about typological concepts, (unlike the places like personality page, typelogic, etc) for us too cheap and lazy to get books, and just generally provide a place for people to get information they need and share their own resources.

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SolitaryWalker's type descriptions as published in 'Principles of Typology by Aleksey Bashtavenko':




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Van Der Hoop's function descriptions:


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Articles by author:

Katherine Benziger:


Lenore Thomson:



John Beebe (the Archetype theory):


J.H. Van der Hoop:


Naomi Quenk:
(Descriptions of the Inferior function under stress)

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Nurture By Nature:
Understand Your Child's Personality - And Become A Better Parent by Barbara Barron-Tieger and Paul D. Tieger


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Excerpts From "Principles of Typology":

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Miscellaneous function articles:


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Other Articles:


This theoretical bias in the MBTI is so strong, and has become so deeply embedded in how the system operates and is understood, that we would venture to guess that most MBTI practitioners never learned about the possibility of 'pure type' in the first place. Or, if they had, they surely no longer give much consideration to how the profiles of pure types may differ from profiles of the others.Even those who once were aware of the distinction come to forget, over time, about the possibility of 'pure' types. As we have shown elsewhere, this accounts for an interesting contemporary confusion about the personality type of Jung himself.Although one camp argues that he was an INTP (ie, Jungian IT) and the other argues that he was INTJ (Jungian IN), both remain unaware - because they are caught up in MBTI assumptions - of the fact that Jung was, ironically, himself a 'pure' type.A person who had introverted thinking and introverted intuition as his first two functions (with the former as dominant at some points in his career, and the latter dominant at other times), Jung was one 'pure' or 'extreme' type who not only lived 'effectively', but also made an extremely significant contribution.



A few samples from the directory:


Jung Page Articles (some incomplete):

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As a final note, this is an incomplete list containing resources I've found to be of reasonably good quality and interesting for further study. It will probably be modified/updated in the future as I acquire the ability to organize my bookmarks (:p) better and find new ones. Contributions are welcome (do eet!!), as well as suggestions for inclusion or exclusion of resources in the OP.
 

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Re: Online Typology Resourses

Thanks loads Fukyo. The consolidation is really useful. (I'm just on van der hoop's now and they're fascinating.)
 

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Re: Online Typology Resourses

So is this what you've been doing (or should I say, not doing) for the last weeks or so?

hmm.

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Fukyo!

Gosh thanks.

I've been itching to ask someone for something like this for some time.

Mostly because my knowledge of the MBTI, outside INTP/INFP/INTJ is full of holes, and even those three are misty in some aspects.

Thanks a bunch boss!:D
 

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-Resources Updated-​

  • Review of "Personality Type - an owner's manual"
  • Jung's descriptions of preferences from "Psychological Types"
  • Cognitive Processes and Epistemologic Parallels
  • History of Type by Linda Berens
  • Psychological Type and Individuation
  • Carl Jung and Analytical Psychology
  • Set as Dark Self
  • Religion and Individuation
 

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-Resources Updated-​

  • The Form of the Inferior - ITPs
  • The Form of the Inferior - ENPs
  • The Form of the Inferior - IFPs
  • The Form of the Inferior - ESPs
  • The Form of the Inferior - INJs
  • The Form of the Inferior - ETJs
  • The Form of the Inferior - EFJs
  • The Form of the Inferior - ISJs
 

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-Resources Updated-​

  • The INTP Child
  • The INTJ Child
  • The ENTP Child
  • The ENTJ Child
  • The ENFP Child
  • Typology as a Philosophical Discipline
  • Overview of Typology
  • Psychological Type and Learning
  • Psychological Type and Learning 2
  • INFP Profile
  • INTP Profile
  • INFJ Profile
  • INTJ Profile
  • ENTP Profile
 

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-Resources Updated-​

  • Typology in the Development of Integrity
  • Survey of Typological Models
  • The Individuation Process
  • A Summary of Jung's Archetypes and Concepts
  • Jung and the Four Psychological Functions
  • A Series of Jungian Essays on Various Topics; Mostly Society and Culture
 

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-Resources Updated-​

  • The Physiology of Type: Jung's Four Functions
  • The Physiology of Type: Falsification of Type and PASS (Prolonged Adaption Stress Syndrome)
  • The Physiology of Type: Introversion and Extraversion
  • Functions and Midlife
  • Shadow Boxing: Wrestling with Romantic Partners
  • The Inferior Function as a Moral Issue
  • In the Beginning: Jung and Freud on Introversion
  • Achilles Tendencies: Exploring Human Frailty and Personality Type
  • A Comparison of the Development of Rational and Irrational Types
 

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No Socionics? :D
 

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Psychological Types , the complete book (58MB) :



@Fukyo, should this have its own thread?
 

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Unresolved Issues with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Unresolved Issues with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator:
Image pdf version
Text pdf version

by Anna-Maria Garden
 

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Van Der Hoops is an alluring name. It's like Van Der Beek except not as Van Der Beek.

Van Der Hoops splits the defense *four, three, two...* and it's up. *Three points to win* Van Der Hoops does it again! :D
 

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OP says was meant for more comprehensive stuff, but here's just some references (not all necessarily INTP specific):

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www.personalityJunkie.com (AJ Drenth INTP) [Wrote INTP book] [Has recently delved into all 8 functions]
www.oddlydevelopedtypes.com (Anna Moss, self identifies as INTP, somewhat in-active on INTPf) [Wrote INTP book, working on others]
www.http://www.darionardi.com [Using EEG to identify types]
http://www.personalitypage.com/html/index.shtml
www.cognitivetype.com (unsure of owner, but related to Auburn at INTPf) [Focuses on "visual reading" & identifying types]
www.podlair.com [LOL JK]
www.socionics.com + www.sociotype.com [Goes into 8 functions]
www.typelogic.com
I personally never find anything good about MBTI on Reddit (except Nardi's AMA), but eh.
http://www.amazon.com/Principles-Typology-Aleksey-Bashtavenko/dp/1438927142/ [SolitaryWalker's book]
http://intpexperience.com


Somewhat less useful:

http://www.keirsey.com/4temps/inventor.asp
www.myperosnality.info
http://mbtitruths.blogspot.com
http://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/
www.celebritytypes.com
you can pretty much find 99% of the ones I shared simply by googling anything related to MBTI/Jung/Typology, but I felt like having a nice repository


Also @fukyo/op please edit the dead links out of OP
 

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These are the socionics sources for the Ti-Ne type.

The Ti dominant Ne creative type is called LII or INTj in socionics (written with lower-case j to signify that it's referring to a socionic and not an MBTI type).

Wikisocion LII/INTj profile
Wikisocion - LII/INTj subtypes
LII/INTj intertype relationships table
LII communication style - "Cold-blooded"
LII romancing style - "Childlike"
Visual Identification - Alpha quadra (see under LII/INTj)
Beskova - LII female
Beskova - LII male
Filatova LII description
Gulenko - The Analyst
 

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I would like to see INTPs very own outlook on INTPs. An outlook from and to members of this forum. I understand that many topics come up on this forum and MBTI is not necessarily the sole topic for discussion here. That said, I would very much enjoy reading info from members on this forum what an INTP is, how they think and what is typical in INTPs on this forum.

What do you (all) think of that?
 

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I would like to see INTPs very own outlook on INTPs. An outlook from and to members of this forum. I understand that many topics come up on this forum and MBTI is not necessarily the sole topic for discussion here. That said, I would very much enjoy reading info from members on this forum what an INTP is, how they think and what is typical in INTPs on this forum.

What do you (all) think of that?
A fascinating proposition. Why don't you start with a stab of your own (ideally in a new thread)? If it's intriguing, others will surely follow.
 

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A fascinating proposition. Why don't you start with a stab of your own (ideally in a new thread)? If it's intriguing, others will surely follow.
I currently have a video type me thread that is up on this forum. If it turns out people think I am INTP, I will gladly share what I know of myself and how that relates to being INTP.
 
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