Quickly acquire the knowledge and skills you need to confidentlyadminister, score, and interpret the MBTI
In order to use the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)appropriately and effectively, professionals need an authoritativesource of advice and guidance on how to administer, score, andinterpret this test. Written by Naomi Quenk—who coauthoredthe 1998 revision of the MBTI Manual and the MBTI Step IIManual—Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Assessment,Second Edition is that source.
Like all the volumes in the Essentials of PsychologicalAssessment series, this book is designed to help busypractitioners, and those in training, to quickly acquire theknowledge and skills they need to make optimal use of majorpsychological assessment instruments. Each concise chapter featuresnumerous callout boxes highlighting key concepts, bulleted points,and extensive illustrative material, as well as test questions thathelp you gauge and reinforce your grasp of the informationcovered.
Completely revised and up to date with discussion of newversions of the MBTI, such as MBTI Step II and MBTIComplete,Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Assessment, SecondEdition provides expert assessment of the instrument's relativestrengths and weaknesses, valuable advice on its clinicalapplications, and several illuminating case reports.
About the Author
Naomi L. Quenk, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has been writing about and conducting workshops on various aspects of the MBTI nationally and internationally for many years and is actively involved in research, theory, and applications of the instrument. She is a past president of the Association for Psychological Type (APT), former Director of Training for the APT MBTI Training Program, and a member of the Board of Directors of the MBTI Trust, Inc. Dr. Quenk is the author or coauthor of many MBTI computer reports, guides, and other MBTI support materials.
Table of Contents
Two How to Administer the MBTI® Instrument.
Three How to Score the MBTI® Instrument.
Four How to Interpret the MBTI® Instrument.
Five Strengths and Weaknesses of the MBTI® Assessment.
Six Clinical Applications of MBTI® Step I and StepII™ Assessments.
Seven Illustrative Case Reports.
About the Author.
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