Jung for sceptics: Jung's psychological types as decision-making preferences

By Bob Dick.

The sixteen personality types of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, based on Carl Jung's theories of personality, are here reinterpreted as styles of decision-making.

This makes Jung's theories of personality more available, and their practical implications are made more apparent and useful.


  • 1. People as decision makers
  • Judgment and perception
  • Extraversion and introversion
  • Two brains
  • Thinking and feeling
  • Sensation and intuition
  • 2. Four types: ST, SF, NT, NF
  • Intuitive feeling (NF)
  • Intuitive thinking (NT)
  • Sensate thinking (ST)
  • Sensate feeling (SF)


  • MBTI scores and learning style
  • MBTI score and occupation
  • 3. Applications of the four types
  • Using Jung's typology
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • Teambuilding
  • Stress management
  • Other applications
  • 4. Sixteen types
  • Normal order of development
  • Descriptions of the 16 common types

1989, v2.02. Colour cover. iv + 82pp.
160 gm. ISBN: 978-1-875260-00-3
Prices - A$26.40 (GST inclusive). International - A$24.00

Related topics: Carl Jung, personality, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, decision making, Jung's typology, MBTI, problem solving, typology.