As early as the 1960s, Myers had begun to identify which types were more likely to go on to college, be awarded merit scholarships, and have certain careers or college majors. For example, some of the early research by Myers and her colleagues noted that law students were more than three times (3x) more likely to be Thinking (T) types than Feeling (F) types; police officers were nearly four times (4x) more likely to be Sensing (S) types than iNtuitive (N) types; school administrators were more than six times (6x) more likely to be Judging (J) types than Perceiving (P) types; and Rhodes Scholars were more than thirteen times (13x) more likely to be iNtuitive (N) types than Sensing (S) types. These are just a few examples of findings from the first 20 years of research by Myers and others. … [Read more...] about In Defense of the Myers-Briggs
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Diabetics, Smokers, Elderly At Increased Risk Of Covid-19 Pneumonia People underlying heart and lung conditions, diabetes and the elderly (people aged 65 and over) are at risk of getting pneumonia, as well as people with medical conditions such as diabetes, cancer or chronic disease affecting the lungs, heart, kidney or liver, smokers, Indigenous Australians, and infants aged 12 months and under. … [Read more...] about Coronaviurus: What Is Covid-19 Pneumonia? How Does It Affect The Lungs?
April Fools' Day is a popular day that is observed every year on the first of the month, April. People observe this day by cracking jokes and making each other laugh. Perhaps, therefore, consider April Fools' Day as one of the most-light-hearted days of the year. In order to make your loved ones laugh and tickle their funny bones on April Fools' Day 2020, we are here with some funny quotes and messages that will make you and your loved ones laugh out loud. … [Read more...] about April Fools’ Day: Funny Quotes And Messages To Share With Your Loved Ones
Those who were not notified of the change, or stubbornly kept to the old tradition, were often mocked and had jokes played on them on or around the old New Year. Hmmm... so, the next time you try fool some one on this day, you always have the answer to the mystery. … [Read more...] about April Fools’ Day 2020: History Behind Celebrating This Day
Based on these findings, you might therefore wonder how it could be that introverts could be better adapted to the sacrifices necessitated by social distancing. However, Oishi et al. note that the psychologically rich life isn’t something your personality either allows you to have or not. Instead, in their words, “individuals who believe they are leading a psychologically rich life may, over time, begin to view themselves as open to new experiences, especially if they frequently observe themselves engaged in such activities” (p. 267). If new experiences are forced upon you, in other words, you may find your personality shifting in response. … [Read more...] about Is There an Introvert Advantage in Social Distancing?