Jung Typology Test
Your Type is
Extraverted Intuitive Thinking Judging
Strength of the preferences %
100 12 62 89
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Qualitative analysis of your type formula
very expressed extravert
slightly expressed intuitive personality
distinctively expressed thinking personality
very expressed judging personality
The Jung Typology Test basically reflects the inclinations of my character and reveals major traits of my personality.
In fact, I agree with the outcomes of the test, though I did not expect that my inclination to judgments will prevail over my inclination to thinking.
Your personality type is ESTJ.
Extraverted (E) 71% Introverted (I) 29%
Sensing (S) 73% Intuitive (N) 27%
Thinking (T) 80% Feeling (F) 20%
Judging (J) 100% Perceiving (P) 0%
In fact, this test supports the results of the previous test and I agree with major points of this test, though I strongly believe that I am a very expressed extravert, though I may have some introverted inclinations.
- The use of violence is absolutely unacceptable because it produces a negative impact on the development of the personality of a child. The child does not have a positive experience instead it is punished that oppresses his activity and strife for exploration of the world and communication with other people. Furthermore, it may lead to the child’s isolation and unwillingness to communicate with other people. In addition, the fear of his relatives can undermine normal relationships of the child and violent relatives. Finally, the child can acquire a negative, violent model of behavior which he can apply in relation to his own children.
- Jimmy’s experience may be identified as conditional experience since the CD playing is strongly associated in his consciousness with positive feelings he has experienced while kissing his girlfriend. As a result, playing the CD with Mariah Carey evokes positive feelings and emotions Jimmy has experienced while kissing his girlfriend. In other words, the music becomes an unconditioned stimulus while the kiss is conditioned stimulus he is conscious of. In such a situation, positive feelings and emotions associated with the music which played during the kiss are unconditioned response while the positive feelings he has experienced after the kiss is the conditioned response.
3. Actions of humans are, to a significant extent, defined by their motivation. This trend may be easily traced from the early childhood when an infant just looks for food which seems to be a purely instinctive act but, in its essence, has a strong motivational basis. In this respect, it is possible to refer to the Drive Reduction theory which explains such strife for food by the biological need of an infant which makes him look for food and readily accept it. The need achievement theory explains such a search of food by an infant by the growing needs of the infant to eat. At the same time, cognitive theories can explain the search of food by an infant by the unconscious motivation which is directed by unconscious motives.
4. The General Adaptation Syndrome is a response of the body to stressors. The GAS undergoes three basic stages. The first stage is alarm, when the body perceives the stressor and realizes its impact. The second stage is resistance, when the body attempts to respond to the stressors and, finally, exhaustion is the last stage which is provoked by the lack of forces in the result of the resistance of the body to the stressors.
5. The variety of theories explain the sexual orientation. It is possible to distinguish the hormonal theory which explains the sexual orientation by the dominance of either male or female hormones. Also, there is the Innate bisexuality theory which views sexual orientation as being determined by heritage of an individual. Alternatively, socially oriented theories explain sexual orientation by the impact of external factors, such as social environment.
6. The locus of control is a very important aspect of personality because it allows an individual to believe that his actions, behavior and life is controlled by himself, which is the case of internal locus of control, or by his social environment, which is the case of external locus of control. The latter implies that an individual is likely to depend on his environment, while the latter means that an individual is independent and tend to the leadership.