A Study of Myers-Briggs Types Relative to CM Professionals (2003)

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Temperaments
An important factor to personality types may be to group Myers Briggs types by temperament. According to David Keirsey, each of the 16 MBTI® personality types are divided into one of four basic temperaments according to the following preference pairs: 

Temperament Preference Pair

Expanded

Keirsey’s Temperament Name

Other names for Temperament

SJ

Sensing/Judging

Guardian

Protector

SP

Sensing/Perceiving

Artisan

Freelancer

NF

Intuition/Feeling

Idealist

Pathfinder

NT

Intuition/Thinking

Rational

Mastermind

Chart 2: Temperaments Definitions

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