Ah, tests abound, don’t they? IQ tests, communication style tests, personality tests, and of course all those tests in your classes! Well, here is a “free” personality/temperament test you can take for Friday fun:
Answer a few questions (be honest about yourself) and learn if you are a “guardian,” “artisan,” “idealist,” or “rational.” A brief report is free, but more detailed reports cost money. Good luck.
Oh, and if you’re into this sort of thing, there are more resources in Andersen Library’s collections. Search the HALCat library catalog (try the keyword search “typology psychology”) to find titles such as Please understand me: Character & temperament types by David Keirsey and Marilyn Bates (3rd Floor Main Collection, BF698 .K357 1984) and Gifts differing: Understanding personality type by the late Isabel Briggs Myers (3rd Floor Main Collection, BF698.3 .M94 1995).
Search article databases to find articles such as “The Influence of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Profiles on Team Development Processes: An Empirical Study in the Manufacturing Industry” (Small Group Research, 2009, vol. 40, no. 4, pp. 436-464).
Please ask a librarian if you’d like assistance with finding materials.