Summary of the interpretation of my psychological type
There are various modes and procedures that are undertaken by varying individuals in regards to analysis of personal traits. Further, different individuals have varying beliefs in relation to the same. Psychodynamic survey sample and score is one such mode. Its application with reference to results will be analyzed and a conclusion regarding my personal stand on its accuracy included in the paper.
The psychodynamic survey analysis is a fast procedure that solely endeavors in analyzing or summarizing the psychological traits and virtues of individuals. Unlike other approaches with similar objectives, this procedure tends to avoid the summarization and studying of the characteristics and attributes of leaders initially (Northouse, 2010, p. 299). The agreement or disagreement on individuals regarding the accuracy levels of the psychodynamic survey sample depends on the effect one feels the survey score has on them.
In respect to the analysis and discussion regarding the psychodynamic survey sample, the interpretation in relation to the objectivity of the procedure as well as the accuracy will be discussed. The completed psychodynamic survey and consequently the score are in reference to my personal attributes and virtues psychologically.
I do believe that this procedure of trait analysis is accurate and relevant and hence agree with the results of the score sample on my psychological traits. The score in relation to my personal psychological traits represents some true aspect well known within me that I cannot deny. For instance, I do understand and accept that I am more of an ESTJ than an INFP as indicated on my scorecard in the analysis undertaken.
In numerous undertakings, I tend to be an extravert person. I cannot also deny the fact that I am a sensor in regards to my encounters in various situations. My personal attributes are also well in line with a strong thinking mind. This is a trait that I have received acknowledgement and consequently reward over. However, when it comes to the Judger and Perceiver factors as attributes, there is a thin line that serves the separation. I cannot deny that my character is controversially within the two contexts.
The fact that I have received foreign indulgence in the form of concerned individuals commenting on my psychological attributes aids in my stand regarding the accuracy of this procedure. The bottom line therefore is that I agree with the results of the psychodynamic survey analysis.
Northouse, P. G. (2010). Leadership: theory and practice, (5th Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: