Jung Personality Test

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Jung Personality Test

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You will need to write a summary of your findings and your reaction to those findings using at least 250 words. In the summary, you will need to list at least 2 references from the book that supports your information in the summary and/or your reaction.

1 Jung Personality Test (similar to MBTI / Myers Briggs) 1. You will be taking the Jung Personality Test (similar to the MBTI/Myers Briggs) Similar to the Meyer’s Briggs Assessment Links to an external site. 2. You will need to write a summary of your findings and your reaction to those findings using at least 250 words. In the summary, you will need to list at least 2 references from the book that supports your information in the summary and/or your reaction. 3. You will need to respond to one other student or the professor using at least 50 words. THIS ASSIGNMENT NEEDS TO BE AT LEAST 250 WORDS DOUBLE SPACED, FREE OF GRAMMAR AND SPELLING ERRORS, AND YOU NEED TO LIST AT LEAST 2 REFERENCES FROM THE BOOK THAT SUPPORT YOUR SUMMARY AND/OR REACTION. THESE REFERENCES CAN BE DONE WITH A HEADING FROM THE BOOK AND A PAGE NUMBER. SEE THE EXAMPLE BELOW. PLEASE COMPLETE ALL OF THE ABOVE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR FULL CREDIT. PLEASE PROOFREAD FOR GRAMMAR AND SPELLING. Example: My findings from the Jung Personality Test is ISTJ; this typology frequently chooses occupations similar to steelworkers, police officers, and engineers (Examples of Career Decision-Making Counseling, pg. 154). I BELIEVE THE JUNG IS RIGHT ON POINT Book file://dc01/users2/marap/VOCATIONAL%20PSYCH%20AND%20CAREER%20DEVELOPMENT/Richard%20S .%20Sharf%20%20Applying%20Career%20Development%20Theory%20to%20Counseling%20(2013,%20Cengage%20Le arning)%20-%20libgen.li.pdf 2 medical doctor, scientist, biotechnology, academic, research scientist, scholar, college professor, emt/paramedic, strategist, biologist, forensic scientist, ambassador, public health professional, researcher, neurologist, project manager, supervisor, philosopher, healer, biochemist, medical examiner, medical researcher, political scientist, neurosurgeon, mathematician, international relations specialist, public relations specialist, lawyer, surgeon, manager, philosophy professor, psychologist, professional college student, chemist, public relations manager, pediatrician, genetics researcher, microbiologist, research psychologist, chemistry teacher, sports medicine, military intelligence, nurse, ceo, health educator, physiotherapist, politician, forensic pathologist, diplomat, cardiologist, judge Keep in mind, your results are dependent on the accurate truth of your responses. The more you take this test and get the same result, the more likely the results may be accurate. Finally, your scores, over the long term, will change as you do. [MOTIV Info] Materialistic vs Ascetic This trait measures your investment in Social validation Materialistic – oriented towards wanting to be attractive and impressive to others. Often 3 externally narcissistic, seeking to be whatever the external world deems best. The Materialist values beauty, attractiveness foremost. They are more likely to be into fashion, fancy things (cars, houses, etc.). Ascetic – shuns the material world, external ideals, public opinion, and the need to find validation in their social rank/status, physical beauty. They are thus internally narcissistic, only caring about what they think is valuable. They tend to want to live apart from society, outside of it, in the metaphorical or actual wilderness. Offbeat vs Conventional This trait measures your preference for New Ways vs Old Ways Offbeat – seeks to live on the vanguard of existence, to step into the unknown. What is the point of living a life that has already been lived before is the ethos of the Offbeat individual, to sacrifice who you were, are, to become something new, different. Conventional – more likely to fear change and sometimes even desires an older more simple existence. Some conventions have their place and you can’t constantly reinvent better ways to do things at every moment. Thinking vs Haphazard This trait measures Executive function development Thinking – prime motivation is to have a planned out life, to know where they are headed. Essentially, they desire predictability, security, certainty, order. It is not enough to understand that something feels good or that something works, the Thinker needs a more rational understanding so they can achieve reliable results in life. Haphazard – shuns or finds it difficult to be structured and orderly, to make and follow long term plans. Consequently, they tend to live a more unplanned, meandering life, relying more on chance. This makes them less stiff, less rigid than thinkers can be (at their worst). But it also makes them basically stuck in the mental development of a child. Interpersonal vs Withholding This trait measures whether you are Othercentric or Selfcentric Interpersonal – are more about others than themselves and would rather hurt them-self than hurt another person. They don’t help others to get something back, they help others because they are more wired to the needs of others than their own needs. They feel the hunger, pain, happiness in someone else more than in themself. Withholding – more disagreeable/unaccommodating/selfish than most people. An extreme Withholding preference is one aspect of all sociopaths of the world. Withholding types lack empathy towards others, which means they are more likely to be ignorant or inconsiderate of the welfare of others. Vital vs Depressive This trait measures your Mental/Physical Health 4 Vital – content, positive, high energy, life enjoying, optimistic, strong will to live, self motivated. Vitals believe happiness is something you have control over. Depressive – identity confusion, poor motivation, feel they have no control over life, feel unable to change their circumstances, feel broken, feel that being optimistic leads to disappointment, self destructive, have a defeatist outlook on life. Easygoing vs Rigid This trait measures your preference for Relaxation Easygoing – compelled to relax, take it easy, does not get worked up about most things. Prefers peacefulness and leisure, does not like conflict. Rigid – does not enjoy or is incapable of enjoying taking it easy. Sectarian vs Globalistic This trait measures your preference for Social Organization Sectarian – believes in putting their tribe/culture/nation first, weary of outsiders, prefers homogeneity to diversity, favors strong leaders, more likely to be authoritarian, thinks multi culturalism is dangerous Globalistic – cosmopolitan, tolerant of diversity, believes the welfare of everyone is important (not just one’s group), more likely to be politically liberal for more info on the MOTIV system click here [Personality Disorder Info] Eccentric Personality Disorders: Paranoid, Schizoid, Schizotypal Individuals with these disorders often appear odd or peculiar. Paranoid Personality Disorder – individual generally tends to interpret the actions of others as threatening; preoccupied with suspiciousness/paranoia. They are stuck between their need for others and their mistrust of others. Schizoid Personality Disorder – individual generally detached from social relationships, and shows a narrow range of emotional expression in various social settings; emotional zombies who stopped feeling due to trauma(s) and/or can’t feel due to organic depression Schizotypal Personality Disorder – individual is uncomfortable in close relationships, has thought or perceptual distortions, and peculiarities of behavior; preoccupied with seeing themselves and/or the world as strange/odd Dramatic Personality Disorders: Antisocial, Borderline, Histrionic, and Narcissistic Individuals with these disorders have intense, unstable emotions, distorted self-perception, and/or behavioral impulsiveness. Antisocial Personality Disorder – individual shows a pervasive disregard for, and violation of, 5 the rights of others; Preoccupied with disdain/contempt for others and often a need for control/power over others. Borderline Personality Disorder – individual shows a generalized pattern of instability in interpersonal relationships, self-image, and observable emotions, and significant impulsiveness. Core issue is an inability to regulate emotions. Histrionic Personality Disorder – individual often displays excessive emotionality and attention seeking in various contexts. They tend to overreact to other people, and are often perceived as shallow and self-centered. Core issue is attention addiction. Narcissistic Personality Disorder – individual has a grandiose view of themselves, a need for admiration, and a lack of empathy that begins by early adulthood and is present in various situations. These individuals are very demanding in their relationships. Core issue is entitlement. Anxious Personality Disorders: Avoidant, Dependent, Obsessive-Compulsive Individuals with these disorders often appear anxious or fearful. Avoidant Personality Disorder – individual is socially inhibited, feels inadequate, and is oversensitive to criticism. Core issue is an inability to resolve their codependent need for connection with their codependent fear of rejection and/or discomfort/anxiety around others. Dependent Personality Disorder – individual shows an extreme need to be taken care of that leads to fears of separation, and passive and clinging behavior. Core issue is the need to be parented by others (i.e. avoid growing up / becoming self-sufficient). Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder – individual is preoccupied with orderliness, perfectionism, and control at the expense of flexibility, openness, and efficiency. Core issue is mental and behavioral rigidity/inflexibility. [Enneagram Info] Type One Healthy Type 1: The Upstanding Citizen hard working, does more than is expected of them; finishes most things they start; ethical Average Type 1: The Perfectionist clean, neat, punctual, organized; responsible, conscientious, tries to live up to morals Unhealthy Type 1: The Anal-Retentivist rigid, inflexible, obsessive compulsive, overly traditional Type Two Healthy Type 2: The Humanitarian bigger picture compassion; wants to make a difference in the world not just with loved ones Average Type 2: The Helper considerate, compassionate; sensitive to the needs of others particularly loved ones Unhealthy Type 2: The Martyr has no identity outside of relationships and will unravel at the loss of those relationships Type Three Healthy Type 3: The Performer 6 impressive without being arrogant, can effortlessly handle the spotlight, skilled performer/entertainer. Average Type 3: The Histrionic preoccupied with fame, prestige, social status/attractiveness; wants others to find them impressive. Unhealthy Type 3: The Envyist longs for what they don’t have; competitive; envious; will act inappropriately in order to get attention Type Four Healthy Type 4: The Revolutionary edgy, breaks new ground, pushes the envelope, creative/artistic, intuitive Average Type 4: The Unconventionalist different, idiosyncratic, experimental, unique, open Unhealthy Type 4: The Stranger cut off from reality, delusional, bizarre/schizotypal/schizophrenic, irrational, masochistic Type Five Healthy Type 5: The Innovator discovers/develops new technologies or systems of thought which are useful to others Average Type 5: The Intellectual enjoys philosophical discussion/debate, endlessly curious, loves to learn, thoughtful Unhealthy Type 5: The Nihilist struggles with the meaninglessness of existence, detached, hermetic, cold, devoid of feelings Type Six Healthy Type 6: The Security Expert sees dangers before others, skilled at averting danger, capable of bravery Average Type 6: The Cautioneer safe, secure, stable, reliable, predictable, cautious Unhealthy Type 6: The Paranoid suspicious, jealous, into conspiracy theories, unsure, fearful, erratic Type Seven Healthy Type 7: The Adventurer fearless, full of energy, lives fully in the moment, improvisational, endlessly optimistic Average Type 7: The Thrill Seeker exciting, fun, life of the party, exploratory, spontaneous, loquacious Unhealthy Type 7: The Hedonist escapist, hedonist, avoids responsibility, health problems as a result of the aforementioned Type Eight Healthy Type 8: The Leader assertive, dominant, fearless, powerful Average Type 8: The Challenger intimidating, prone to anger, will not back down, sarcastic, challenging Unhealthy Type 8: The Bully rage-aholic, controlling, abusive, violent II Type Nine 7 Healthy Type 9: The Stoic quietly strong, puts others at ease, wise, skilled mediator, unpretentious Average Type 9: The Monk nice, easy-going, placid, peaceful, agreeable, grounded Unhealthy Type 9: The Slacker lazy, passive, irresponsible, undeveloped, lost, spacey, overly compliant