Journal of Psychological Type
The Myers & Briggs Foundation

"The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed."
Carl Jung

The Journal of Psychological Type publishes original articles relating to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument and theories of psychological type as described by Carl Jung, Isabel Myers, and others. Single research studies, integrative research reviews, theoretical papers, "action research," and descriptions of practical applications of type are welcome. All articles and data must be original (i.e., not having been published previously and not in press or under editorial review elsewhere). Permission is usually given, in advance, for articles or data originally appearing in the Journal of Psychological Type to be published subsequently elsewhere.


The Journal of Psychological Type is published by CAPT. For author guidelines or other information about submitting articles and research papers, visit submission and general information. Or send e-mail to .

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