JPT Research Digest

From the Editor

MBTI classification of companies using online reviews with Sentence-BERT

MBTI and aberrant personality traits: Dark-side trait correlates of the Myers Briggs Type Inventory.

The making of college student leaders: Implementing reflective practices for self-awareness of personality traits and leadership styles

Personality characteristics of elementary school students within the top 1% of general intellectual ability: Comparison with general education students using three personality measures

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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