This work draws upon examples from everyday health care situations to demonstrate that the behaviour differences we all experience in others actually fit within a readily understandable framework (the Myers-briggs Type Indicator).
Exchange on the Myers-BriggsTypeIndicator: A Response to the Article on "The Validity of the Myers-BriggsTypeIndicator for Predicting Expressed Marital Problems"-Comment/reply Sherman, Ruth G. Jones, Jane Hardy Douglass, Frazier M., IV Douglass, Robin.
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Using Experiential Learning Theory and the Myers-BriggsTypeIndicator in Teaching Business Communication Goby, Valerie Priscilla Lewis, Justus Helen.
Business Communication Quarterly, Vol. 63, No. 3, September 2000
Taking Inventory of Myers-Briggs: The Myers-BriggsTypeIndicator Has Long Dominated the Realm of Personality Instruments. but Are History and Precedent Enough for It to Hang onto Its Crown? Llorens, Juana.
T&D, Vol. 64, No. 4, April 2010
Using Myers-Briggs Personality Type to Create a Culture Adapted to the New Century: Hallmark Cards Has Helped People Celebrate Life Events, Commemorate Important Occasions, and Express Their Most Intimate Feelings for Nearly 100 Years. over the Course of the Past Century, the Family-Run Company Has Earned a Reputation and Cultivated a Culture Befitting Its Positive, Uplifting Products Overbo, Jennifer.
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