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

The widest range of books and resources about the MBTI® assessment is most often carried by organizations that also offer MBTI-related products and services. The publisher, The Myers-Briggs Company, carries a wide variety of materials about MBTI theory, applications, and use.

You can also find sources for books and materials about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument by searching the Internet or visiting bookstores or libraries.

To locate sources of MBTI materials available in other countries, go to International Use.

Periodicals about Psychological Type

The Journal of Psychological Type®

The Bulletin of Psychological Type

Isabel Briggs Myers Memorial Library

The Center for Applications of Psychological Type in Gainesville, Florida, is home to the Isabel Briggs Myers Memorial Library, which is open to visitors during normal business hours. The library has the single largest collection of works on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator instrument in the world. The library houses many of the reference materials listed in the MBTI Bibliography, which has been maintained since 1976 and today contains more than 11,000 entries.

Mary & Isabel's Library Online Catalog (MILO)

Mary and Isabel's Library Online, MILO, is the online catalog for the Isabel Briggs Myers Memorial Library. The MILO Catalog is named for the co-founders of CAPT: Mary & Isabel's Library Online Catalog. You can use MILO to search for anything in the collection, and the online interface provides enhanced information about each holding, and in some cases access to the item itself.

This extensive bibliographic database about the MBTI instrument includes studies, research, articles on how to interpret the results and how psychological type is used in everyday life.

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