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A summative assignment based on the use a self analysis tool as a Clinical Manager of an Acute Medical Ward.
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A SUMMATIVE ASSIGNMENT BASED ON THE USE A SELF ANALYSIS TOOL AS A CLINICAL MANAGER OF AN ACUTE MEDICAL WARD Name: Institution: Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Definition and History 2 Validity of the theory 3 Reliability of the theory 3 CONCEPTS 3 The 16 possible combinations 4 Introverted Characteristics 6 Extraverted Characteristics 6 Sensing Characteristics 6 Intuitive Characteristics 6 Thinking Characteristics 7 Feeling Characteristics 7 Judging Characteristics 7 Perceiving Characteristics 7 Dominant function 8 Orientation of the tertiary function 9 FORMAT AND ADMINISTRATION 10 PRECEPTS AND ETHICS 10 APPLICATIONS 12 CONCLUSION 12 REFERENCES 13 INTRODUCTION Definition and History Mye
Jung, its first publishing was done in 1921. The initial questionnaire that developed in into the MBTI Indicator was published 1962. The MBTI mainly focuses normal populations and emphasizes on naturally occurring differences that exist ( Capraro, 2002 p. 590). Origins of the theory Jung's theory publishing was done in 1921 and it was not tested or verified under the controlled studies scientifically but it included clinical observation and introspection as well as anecdote method which are inconclusive in the modern psychology which argue that for the theory to be published it must be studied scientifically. Validity of the theory The statistical validity of this theory and use of psychometric instrument (MBTI) has found criticism in many aspects. It has been argued that there lack critical scrutiny since most of the published material on this MBTI tool was for conferences. ...
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