JPT Research Digest

From the Editor

The interdependency of the diction and MBTI personality type of online users.

Psychological type therapy: A practitioner's guide to strengthening relationships.

An exploration of empathy and personality in preservice counselors.

Type development in childhood and beyond.

MBTI personality types of Korean cabin crew in Middle Eastern Airlines, and their associations with cross-cultural adjustment competency, occupational competency, coping competency, Mental Health, and turnover intention.

Applying MBTI to analyzing shōnen manga characters: A case study of My Hero Academia (thesis)

Journal of Psychological Type® Research Digest (JPT-RD) is made available through Myers & Briggs Foundation, worldwide publisher. The editorial team includes Kesstan Blandin, PhD, Yvonne Nelson-Reid, PhD, Logan Abbitt, MLIS, and Purnima Sims.

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Myers & Briggs Foundation carries the legacy of Isabel Briggs Myers and the MBTI® instrument through our mission to educate the public about psychological type—including its ethical, meaningful, and practical applications—and to conduct research on psychological type and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) instrument. The JPT-RD, published annually, is a publication that highlights research and ideas in the field of psychological type, the MBTI Instrument, and Jungian thought.

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Contact the JPT-RD Editorial Team at research@myersbriggs.org.