You are seeking short-term dating or long-term dating.
You are 50 percent romantic, 35 percent lovable, and 15 percent sexual, with your ideal zodiac matches being Virgo, Libra, Aries, or Gemini.
Every year, two million people take the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a 93-question assessment exam that has been translated into 30 different languages to evaluate personalities for their career, education, management or leadership roles, relationships, counseling, parenting, team development, or to satisfy our natural curiosity.
When I meet new people and tell them I am a researcher at e Harmony, it is usually followed by an array of questions, which I always love answering.
Part of my responsibilities here include developing new personality scales to add to our relationship questionnaire, which we then add to our newest matching models to help people find their matches.
Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers, two psychological theorists, studied the works of Carl Gustav Jung, who divided an individual’s psychological functions into four different categories, producing 16 different personality types.
Briggs and Myers designed the test with the belief our preferences evolve based on our experiences, interests, needs, values, and motivations.
However, reading on this forum gives me a spark of hope that I have just not met the right person, based on my rare type.
I can definitely see myself in a lot of you other INFJ's!
Here’s a list of why we don’t use it: Carl Jung first theorized different categories of personality back in 1921.
He did this purely based on his own experiences, and not on any type of empirical testing of the theory.
One of only 1% of the population, and I am wondering if that might be part of the reason I've had so much difficulty finding a REALLY compatible partner.