11 total results for "Naomi Quenk"



Was That Really Me? Home Study Exam
Was That Really Me? Home Study Exam

Was That Really Me? home study exam

Was That Really Me? Home Study Exam and Book
Was That Really Me? Home Study Exam and Book

Was That Really Me? home study exam and book

Twenty Questions
Twenty Questions

This exercise, which causes people to think in a fun way, lists questions describing particular situations and asks which MBTI personality types might be most likely to exhibit the psychological behavior described. A leader's guide provides the rationale for possible answers.

Facet Sayings and Songs
Facet Sayings and Songs

A delightful and uplifting way to introduce people to the subtleties of the twenty facets reported by the MBTI® Step II Instrument. Quenk and Kummerow have combed the literary and musical world for just the right sayings and songs to describe the varying personalities that result from the Step II instrument.

Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Assessment
Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Assessment

Well-known author and psychologist Naomi Quenk gives valuable advise in this succinct guide designed for mental health practitioners needing quick, comprehensive instruction on the clinical application of the MBTI® instrument. It contains information on how to avoid common pitfalls with clients, as well as suggested methods on the administration, scoring, interpretation, and reporting of the Indicator.

Was That Really Me?
Was That Really Me?

This revised edition of the best-selling Beside Ourselves offers the same dynamic information about the tertiary and inferior functions, but explores more deeply new information about work-related stress and what happens when we operate in the stress mode for too long. Contains an easy-to-understand explanation of type dynamics and development and includes new discussions and stories about how each type functions at work.

Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam
Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam

Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam

Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam and Book
Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam and Book

Essentials of the MBTI® Assessment Home Study Exam and Book

MBTI® Step III™ Manual
MBTI® Step III™ Manual

From the beginning of her work with psychological type, Isabel Briggs Myers was interested in and placed an emphasis on type development. As she tested items for inclusion in the early forms of the MBTI assessment, Myers began to identify response patterns that related people's effectiveness in the use of perception and judgment.

Type Dynamics
Type Dynamics

Now that you know your four-letter type, what is next? After the initial introduction to psychological type via the MBTI® instrument the next level of understanding can involve type dynamics—the study of how type can further influence and enhance our lives. Type dynamics identifies the "core of the personality or the hallmarks of the person," and this handout offers a very clear picture of how type dynamics works, including a look at how the dominant, auxiliary, tertiary, and inferior functions are represented for each of the sixteen whole types.

People Types & Tiger Stripes
People Types & Tiger Stripes

People’s behavior often seems randomly varied—but according to Carl G. Jung, behavior actually follows patterns. Jung called these patterns "psychological types," and he wrote extensively about these types. Isabel Briggs Myers brought Jung’s concepts into the mainstream through development of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument which helps a person figure out his or her psychological type.