I'm doing some research on how personality (measured by MBTI) affects consumer behaviour.
Would anyone happen to know the best academic books/articles/authors etc. who have researched this topic?
So, seeing as how those in the forum are typically what people would consider "intellectuals", I assume that a large proportion of you have finished or are in the process of finishing some form of graduate education.
Since I'm interested myself, I was wondering if you all could give me...
List the reasons you can think of why formalized study is a challenge for you.
The reasons why it's a walk in the park, if it is, even at times would also be useful.
Procrastination is a given, not just for INTPs, but for many other types so I think we can take that off the table.
Hi. I'm new. Y'all seem a friendly bunch, so I thought I'd dip my toe into the scent of chatter and sound of coffee in search of fresh ideas and interesting perspectives.
I've been having a little trouble typing myself. I keep testing as INTP, but I think I'm a bit of a mongrol all in all.
You'll have to forgive the slight indulgence, but I'm in the process of preparing for an interview for a PhD. It's something that I've wanted to do for a long time. I know it'll be hard work, but it's an area I'm really interested in. I'm not phenomenally well organised however. And I'm slightly...
First off, an obligatory set of comics by PhD Comic's Jorge Cham describing the current situation:
Essentially, over the past three decades the sciences have seen a major move over to open access information. Although, through all this, there is still remarkable support for such...
Dissertation Abstract: "The effect of the enneagram on psychological well-being..."
The full title of this article is "The effect of the enneagram on psychological well-being and unconditional self-acceptance of young adults," a disseration paper by Jeanne Godin at Iowa State...