Type Tables
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MBTI® type tables can convey meaningful information about relationships between the 16 types. The order of types in the table is always the same, and you can see that there is a pattern in the quadrants in the top and bottom halves and in the left and right halves.


Type tables that contain information about a particular group of people are often helpful in facilitating communication for teams or in facilitating the analysis of data for specific groups of people or professions.


A table such as the one following is useful for showing the different types represented in a team, an office, an organization, a profession, or any group that needs to work together or for which you would like to collect personality data.


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