Jung typology


The Jung typology is the result of the work of Carl Gustav Jung, an eminent Swiss psychiatrist who originated Jungian Psychology. This is one of the world's most established and well respected models on personality and behavior.

In 1921, Jung published a book entitled Psychological Types which categorized people into several primary personality types.

Jung typology tests

Tests using the Jung typology model are widely used by organizations for assessment centers, team building, coaching and personal development. The type indicator by Isabel Briggs Meyers is one example of this, although many versions, free and commercial, nowadays exist.

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Jung personality types

There are sixteen Jung personality types.

  • ISTJ personality type
    An ISTJ is a no-nonsense type of person who is reserved, very responsible and dependable.
  • ISTP personality type
    Let's do it - get it done now! could easily be an ISTPs motto and description of their philosophy of life.
  • ISFJ personality type
    ISFJs are warm, generous and super dependable.
  • ISFP personality type
    Out of all of the different personality types, ISFPs are typically one of the most down-to-earth types.
  • INTJ personality type
    INTJs are natural leaders. They are a confident and original thinker, and believe strongly in themselves.
  • INTP personality type
    INTPs are perhaps the most intellectually thoughtful of all the personality types.
  • INFJ personality type
    The difficult I do immediately, the impossible takes me a little longer! This could be an INFJs philosophy of life.
  • INFP personality type
    Making the world a better place is an INFPs motto. They need to have a crusade or mission in life.
  • ESTP personality type
    ESTPs are life's adventurers. When an ESTP type is around, life is really buzzing!
  • ESTJ personality type
    An ESTJ is one of life's natural organizers. They are down-to-earth, straightforward and direct.
  • ESFP personality type
    ESFPs are fun and delightful to be with. They live for the moment, and know how to make the most of each moment.
  • ESFJ personality type
    ESFJs are people persons. They are outgoing, friendly and warmly interested in others.
  • ENTJ personality type
    ENTJs are natural born leaders. This motivation is so powerful that they may find it difficult not to take the lead.
  • ENTP personality type
    ENTPs are highly dynamic individuals who typically say, If at first you do not succeed, try another way or move on!
  • ENFJ personality type
    Realizing dreams, their own and those of others, is what life is all about for an ENFJ.
  • ENFP personality type
    ENFPs are charming, effervescent and people-oriented individuals.