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Annie Murphy Paul

Journalist, Author

Annie Murphy Paul was previously a senior editor at Psychology Today. In 1999, she was the recipient of a Rosalynn Carter Fellowship for Mental Health Journalism. Currently a freelance writer, she has contributed to many publications, including Discover, Salon, and Self.

Annie Murphy Paul's Opinions

Disagree
Perhaps no other personality test has achieved the cult status of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. ...the Myers-Briggs has also been embraced by a multitude of individuals who experience a revelation (what devotees call the "aha reaction") upon learning about psychological type. Their enthusiasm persists despite research showing that as many as three-quarters of test takers achieve a different personality type when tested again, and that [it has] no scientific basis whatsoever.
14 Sep 2004    Source


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Robert Todd Carroll
Philosophy Professor
100% agreement / 1 opinions

Robert Hogan
Psychology Professor
100% agreement / 1 opinions

Mostly Agree
David Pittenger
Psychology Professor
75% agreement / 1 opinions

In-Between
Mostly Disagree
Steven Reiss
Psychology Professor
25% agreement / 1 opinions

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CPP
Personality Development Consulting Business
0% agreement / 1 opinions

Conforming Opinions

Annie Murphy Paul's conforming opinions are opinions that align with the group of experts and influencers Annie Murphy Paul typically agrees with.

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Medium Disagree Is the Myers-Briggs personality test meaningful?