Using the MBTI® Instrument in Colleges and Universities

 Judith A. ProvostScott Anchors
Using the MBTI® Instrument in Colleges and Universities
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The initial development of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument was based, in large measure, on data collected on college campuses. More than five decades later, institutions of higher learning continue to find broad applications for the MBTI tool. In addition, thousands of young people gain personal insight as well as new and more effective ways to communicate with and understand their peers, educators, friends, co-workers, and family members. All those in the field of education will appreciate this work, which includes topics and data for using MBTI theory for everything from retention to dorm management. Editors Judith A. Provost, Ed.D., and Scott Anchors, Ph.D. bring together a broad range of topics written by a variety of experts with extensive knowledge of psychological type theory.

474 pages Paperback
2003 CAPT
ISBN 0-935652-58-2
ISBN 13 978-0-935652-58-1

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