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Books may well be the only true magic.
                       -Alice Hoffman

First I have to brag about my CD:

Type Insights: The 8-Level
Model of Psychological Types
by Vicky Jo Varner

Now here are some Type, Temperament, & Jung resources:

Jung and the Making of Modern Psychology: The Dream of a Science
(recommended by John Beebe)

Understanding Yourself and Others:
An Introduction to the Personality Type Code

The 16 Personality Types,
Descriptions for Self-Discovery

Understanding Yourself and Others:
An Introduction to the 4 Temperaments - 3.0

Understanding Yourself and Others:
An Introduction to Interaction Styles 2.0

Dynamics of Personality Type:
Understanding and Applying Jung's Cognitive Processes

Quick Guide to the 16 Personality Types in Organizations: Understanding Personality Differences in the Workplace

Quick Guide to the 16 Personality Types and Teams: Applying Team Essentials to Create Effective Teams

Working Together: A Personality-Centered Approach to Management, Second Edition

Survival Games Personalities Play

Character and Personality Type, Discovering Your Uniqueness for Career and Relationship Success

Multiple Intelligences and Personality Type : Tools and Strategies for Developing Human Potential

Creativity and Personality Type : Tools for Understanding and Inspiring the Many Voices of Creativity

Quick Guide to the Four Temperaments and Creativity: A Psychological Understanding of Creativity

and anything else by Roger Pearman

Please Understand Me: Character and Temperament Types

Please Understand Me II: Temperament, Character, Intelligence

Portraits of Temperament

Presidential Temperament: The Unfolding of Character in the Forty Presidents of the United States/With Supplement

The Four Temperaments : A Fun and Practical Guide to Understanding Yourself and the People in Your Life

What Type Am I?: Discover Who You Really Are

and anything else by Otto Kroeger

and anything else by Naomi Quenk

and anything else by the Barron-Tiegers

and anything else by Dr. John Beebe

Owning Your Own Shadow: Understanding the Dark Side of the Psyche

and anything else by Jungian Robert A. Johnson

Living with Paradox: An Introduction to Jungian Psychology

Personality Type: An Owner's Manual

Compass of the Soul: Archetypal Guides to a Fuller Life

Psychological Types

and anything by Marie Louise von Franz

Jung's Function-Attitudes Explained

and anything else by Daryl Sharp

Awakening Intuition

and anything else by Debbie Ford

A Little Book on the Human Shadow

and anything else by John A. Sanford

and anything else by Alice O. Howell

Navigating Midlife: Using Typology As a Guide

and anything else by Jane Kise

Lovetypes : Discover Your Romantic Style And Find Your Soul Mate

Life Types

Work Types

People Types and Tiger Stripes

Gifts Differing: Understanding Personality Type
by Isabel Briggs-Myers

and anything else by Donna Dunning

Facets of Type: Activities to Develop the Type Preferences

Intimacy and Type: A Practical Guide for Improving Relationships for Couples and Counselors

True to Type

Out of Time: How the Sixteen Types Manage Their Time and Work

Quick Guide to the 16 Personality Types and Career Mastery: Living with Purpose and Working Effectively

Results by Design: Survival Skills for Project Managers
by Loren Pederson

Quick Guide to the Four Temperaments and Sales: An Introduction to the Groundbreaking Sales Methods

Groundbreaking Sales Skills: Portable Sales Techniques to Ensure Success

From Image to Likeness: A Jungian Path in the Gospel Journey

The "I" in Team

8 Keys to Self Leadership: From Awareness to Action

Analytical Psychology: Contempory Perspectives in Jungian Analysis
(the chapter by Dr. Beebe)

The Developing Child: Using Jungian Types to Understand Children

A Dolphin up a Tree!

All I See Is Part of Me

The Experience of Introversion: An Integration of Phenomenological, Empirical, and Jungian Approaches
(not easy reading!)

Quick Guide to Interaction Styles and Time Dynamics

The Introvert Advantage: How to Thrive in an Extrovert World

I've gotten requests to include this book, but I have reservations about it.  My reasons are listed here.

Now your turn:
Can you suggest another type book?
The Author(s)?

(Be certain it's not already listed above.  I keep getting requests for books I already have listed.)

Using a 5-star rating system, how many stars would you give it?

What about the book was good for you?

Are your preferences for INFJ?     yes        no       not sure

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