Books on Research



Ideas and Evidence
Ideas and Evidence

Author Rowan Bayne evaluates and explores theory and practice in the world of the MBTI instrument. Bayne delves into a variety of type-related topics and prompts readers to examine the research surrounding personality terminology and descriptors. Discover how MBTI theory relates to critical thinking and research skills.



Journal of Psychological Type®
Journal of Psychological Type®

The Journal of Psychological Type® (JPT) is the premier research publication on the application and use of psychological type and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument with more than 25 years of experience in publishing important research on psychological type. Effective January 2013, the JPT will be distributed at no cost on an on-demand basis.



MMTIC® Manual
MMTIC® Manual

Includes a general introduction to type and the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for Children® (MMTIC®) assessment. The development, administration, and scoring of the MMTIC assessment are explained, along with information on the reliability and validity of the instrument. It also contains suggestions for applications of type knowledge in the classroom.



PMAI® Manual
PMAI® Manual

The PMAI® is an innovative tool to use with individual clients or groups for exploring the deep parts of personality that operate through archetypal expressions. Developed by Carol S. Pearson and Hugh K. Marr, the PMAI is based on Carl G. Jung's theories of how archetypes affect our psychology. The manual provides professionals with the tools you need to deliver the Pearson-Marr Archetype Indicator® to clients.



Portraits of Type
Portraits of Type

The authors summarize more than 30 years of research with the MBTI assessment tool at the Institute of Personality Assessment and Research (IPAR). The IPAR method of assessing personality includes self-report personality and cognitive instruments, as well as observational measures. The results provide an unparalleled depth of information about the MBTI instrument and about the 16 types as seen by others.



Statistics & Measurement
Statistics & Measurement

In this new edition of Statistics and Measurement: An Introduction, Ray Zeissett offers a fresh approach to the study of statistical research with step-by-step instructions, practical definitions of key terms, and quizzes to test understanding. Originally published to support psychologists in the study of test manuals and research literature, this revised edition provides a broader scope that includes examples from a variety of interest areas and a new section about how to critically read and evaluate research papers.



Sundial
Sundial

Sundial is an interdisciplinary work about cognition and health that encompasses the disciplines of psychology, medicine, complementary healthcare, and spirituality. Author Barbara E. Bryden, Ph.D., considers the possible connections between psychological type and disease in a way that appeals to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® practitioner.