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Sloan, E. Dendy – Chemical Engineering Education, 1982
Discusses a design course to provide design experiences, increase personal awareness, and increase communication skills. In addition to designing projects and considering the design decision-making process, group dynamics is fostered, using groups formed on the basis of results from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). (JN)
Descriptors: Chemistry, College Science, Course Descriptions, Decision Making
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Johnson, Lee – Adolescence, 1980
Used the Myers Briggs Type Indicator to measure personality type changes in three developmentally disabled adolescents before and after token economy treatment was conducted in a half-way house. (Author/DB)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Adults, Behavior Modification, Developmental Disabilities
Lewis, Ralph; Hibbert, Chel – Human Resource Development, 1980
Describes an approach which overcomes the discrepancy between the aims of management training programs and the needs of management in organizations. (JOW)
Descriptors: Career Development, Cognitive Style, Individual Needs, Management Development
Mitroff, Ian I.; Mitroff, Donna D. – Journal of Experiential Learning and Simulation, 1980
Describes an exercise designed to demonstrate the effects of personality on problem formation and problem solving. Participants are provided a supportive environment in which to discover for themselves their personality/problem solving style and compare it with that of others. (LLS)
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Experiential Learning, Personality, Personality Measures
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Rowe, Mary Budd, Ed. – Journal of College Science Teaching, 1977
Describes 16 psychological types that result from the interaction of four mental powers described by G. G. Jung and the attitudes in which they are expressed. The relevance of psychological type to choice of careers in science and disposition to prefer theoretical or applied emphases are also discussed. (HM)
Descriptors: Attitudes, Behavioral Sciences, Career Choice, College Students
Rutsohn, Philip – Improving College and University Teaching, 1978
Presented is a study to determine the relationship between personality and student responsiveness to a particular learning technique. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator was used to indicate student personality; the seminar approach with varying degrees of structure and leadership was the basic classroom technique. (JMD)
Descriptors: Class Organization, Classroom Techniques, College Instruction, College Students
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Carlyn, Marcia – Journal of Personality Assessment, 1977
The Myers Briggs Type Indicator is a self-report inventory developed to measure variables in Carl Jung's personality typology. The four personality scales measured by the instrument, and the scoring process are described, and an extensive review of the intercorrelation, reliability, and validity research is presented. (Author/MV)
Descriptors: Correlation, Higher Education, Individual Characteristics, Individual Psychology
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Hanewicz, Wayne B. – Crime and Delinquency, 1978
The Jungian conceptual framework, reflected in the Myers-briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), provides a systhesizing, explanatory, and predictive scheme for common traits of the police personality. The MBTI may be a useful tool in training, counseling, and organizational change, but is limited as an exclusive instrument for selection. (Author)
Descriptors: Performance Factors, Personality Assessment, Personality Studies, Personnel Selection
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Robyak, James E.; Patton, Michael J. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1977
Undergraduate students (N=40) were classified as either judgers or perceivers based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and enrolled in six study skills classes characterized by more or less structure. Results indicated groups were equivalent prior to the course but afterwards judgers used study skills and attitudes more than perceivers. (Author)
Descriptors: College Students, Comparative Analysis, Course Evaluation, Personality Assessment
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Rezler, Agnes G.; Buckley, Joanne Marengo – Journal of Medical Education, 1977
Personality traits of women students in medicine, pharmacy, medical technology, physical therapy, dietetics, and occupational therapy were examined. Medical students were found to be guided more by thinking than feelings; pharmacy students prefer well-planned, routine work; occupational therapy students, changing situations and flexibility.…
Descriptors: Allied Health Occupations Education, Comparative Analysis, Dietetics, Females
Steele, Robert S.; Kelly, Thomas J. – Journal of Counsulting and Clinical Psychology, 1976
C. G. Jung and H. J. Eysenck developed concepts of extraversion-introversion from radically different theoretical orientations. It is hypothesized that given the methods and content similarity of the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Extraversion-Introversion scales of the inventories will be significantly…
Descriptors: College Students, Higher Education, Personality Assessment, Personality Measures
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Rezler, Agnes G.; And Others – American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 1976
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator was administered to the total male and female population of a large state-supported college of pharmacy to assess the personality types of pharmacy students. Some implications of the findings for admission committees are suggested. (Author/LBH)
Descriptors: Admission (School), Career Choice, College Students, Higher Education
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