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PostSubject: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Test   Thu Sep 20, 2007 10:23 pm

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) Test



Choose your specialty that best fits your personality type!!



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First developed in the 1950s by Isabel Briggs Myers and Katherine Briggs, the

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) has become the most popular and widely

used psychological test in the world. Based on Carl Jung’s theory of
personality types, the MBTI was designed to analyze personality in a
systematic, scientific manner. Where other questionnaires (type tests)
only illustrate type, the MBTI precisely identifies a person’s
personality type preferences.



The MBTI can help medical students to choose the right specialty for their

personality and temperament. The test enables you to learn more about
how you perceive and judge others, whether in an occupational or social
situation. It identifies your strengths and weaknesses and shows
whether you value autonomy or prefer interdependence.



Medical students usually take the MBTI at some point during the first 2 years

of medical school. It is a very understandable and useful test for health professionals.



Breaking Down the MBTI: Sixteen Personality Types

According to the theory behind the MBTI, every individual falls into one of 16

types of personality. These personality types are derived from the four
main indices of the MBTI. Each index represents one of the four basic
preferences (described by Jung) about how every individual perceives
and processes external stimuli and then uses that information to make
some kind of cognitive judgment. As part of one’s overall personality,
this judgment guides behavioral preferences in any situation involving
other people—like colleagues or patients.



Free MBTI Test Online
Code:
http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes2.asp

You will get a 4 letter result. Find your letters and see which specialty best suits you. Post your results!!!!



Introverted–Sensing–Thinking–

Judging (ISTJ)


Dermatology

Obstetrics-gynecology

Family practice

Urology

Orthopedic surgery



Introverted–Sensing–Feeling–

Judging (ISFJ)


Anesthesiology

Ophthalmology

General practice

Family practice

Pediatrics



Introverted–Sensing–Thinking–

Perceptive (ISTP)

Otolaryngology

Anesthesiology

Radiology

Ophthalmology

General practice



Introverted–Sensing–Feeling–

Perceptive (ISFP)

Anesthesiology

Urology

Family practice

Thoracic surgery

General practice



Introverted–Intuitive–Feeling–

Judging (INFJ)

Psychiatry

Internal medicine

Thoracic surgery

General surgery

Pathology



Extroverted–Sensing–Thinking–

Judging (ESTJ)

Obstetrics-gynecology

General practice

General surgery

Orthopedic surgery

Pediatrics



Extroverted–Sensing–Feeling–

Judging (ESFJ)

Pediatrics

Orthopedic surgery

Otolaryngology

General practice

Internal medicine



Extroverted–Intuitive–Feeling–

Perceptive (ENFP)


Psychiatry

Dermatology

Otolaryngology

Psychiatry

Pediatrics



Introverted–Intuitive–Thinking–

Judging (INTJ)


Psychiatry

Pathology

Neurology

Internal medicine

Anesthesiology



Introverted–Intuitive–Feeling–

Perceptive (INFP)


Psychiatry

Cardiology

Neurology

Dermatology

Pathology



Introverted–Intuitive–Thinking–

Perceptive (INTP)

Neurology

Pathology

Psychiatry

Cardiology

Thoracic surgery



Extroverted–Sensing–Thinking–

Perceptive (ESTP)

Orthopedic surgery

Dermatology

Family practice

Radiology

General surgery



Extroverted–Sensing–Feeling–

Perceptive (ESFP)

Ophthalmology

Thoracic surgery

Obstetrics-gynecology

Orthopedic surgery

General surgery



Extroverted–Intuitive–Thinking–

Perceptive (ENTP)

Otolaryngology

Psychiatry

Radiology

Pediatrics

Pathology



Extroverted–Intuitive–Feeling–

Judging (ENFJ)

Thoracic surgery

Dermatology

Psychiatry

Ophthalmology

Radiology



Extroverted–Intuitive–Thinking–

Judging (ENTJ)

Neurology

Cardiology

Urology

Thoracic surgery

Internal medicine
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