The Journal of Psychological Type®
(JPT) is an international publication founded in 1977 and is the premiere journal for research, theory and applications in the field of psychological type. The JPT suite of publications includes white papers, a research digest, and writings that highlight issues of theory and practice. All JPT publications offer cutting-edge explorations on the topics of psychological type, the MBTI® assessment and Jungian psychology.
The publication started as Bulletin of Research in Psychological Type
in 1977. The title was changed to Research in Psychological Type
by the third issue, and changed again to Journal of Psychological Type
on issue 7 in 1984. The Library has the complete run of JPT from 1977 through today.
* The 2015 edition of the JPT is available to download!
The December 2015 issue (Volume 75, Issue 1) of the Journal of Psychological Type represented a turning point in the journey of the JPT and had two purposes. First, the issue highlighted several articles that represent some of the quality thinking, new perspectives, and diversity of research methods represented over the previous ten years. Second, that issue of the Journal described the coming changes in format and content of the JPT—specifically, the emergence of a suite of JPT publications that together continue to serve the mission of making ideas, research and applications on type and Jung accessible and relevant.
If you want to read more, download the December 2015 JPT issue.
These archives of the Journal of Psychological Type
list the JPT issues as they stood through December 2015. These archival issues reflect the format and topical approach of the JPT through that time. All JPT issues have entries in the MILO catalog—CAPT’s online access point for the Isabel Briggs Myers Memorial Library. JPT issues and individual articles have copies in PDF form ready for viewing online through MILO. View articles list in the MILO catalog. Below is a complete list (through the December 2015 transition) of the Archives of the JPT—arranged by year.
Current and newly emerging publications in the JPT suite will be found on their relevant JPT pages (e.g., white papers will be found on the JPT White Papers page). With this transition to focused separate JPT publications, CAPT continues its mission to educate and inform the public about research, applications, and topics in the field of type, the MBTI® instrument, and Jung in ways that stimulate thinking and research and that support practice.
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