The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is "an introspective self-report questionnaire whose purpose is to indicate the differing psychological preference in how humans perceive the world around them and how they make decisions." The theory was developed by a mother-daughter duo (Katherine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers) and was initially based on a theory proposed by the psychologist Carl Jung.
Jung's theory proposed that humans experience the world using four main psychological functions: intuition, feeling, thinking and sensation. He also proposed that one of the functions was dominant in the person. Because there are four main functions, there are a total of 16 possible MBTI outcomes, one of which is yours.
As said earlier, we all have a MBTI, and while many people know what they are, they rarely take time to find out what their significant other's own is and as time has passed, there have been studies which have eluded to the possibility of MBTI compatibility
Which of the 16 MBTI types will be your soulmate? Will he or she be an architect (INTJ), a protagonist (ENFJ), an executive (ESTJ), or something else? If you would like to find out which one you will want to be spending the rest of your life with, then you should take this quiz!
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