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There are several psychological tests based on Jungian typology (e.g., MBTI, Insights & DISC) which extrapolate findings about personality into how those types interact (e.g., interaction styles). It is claimed that these tests can predict cooperation, conflict, and so on. However, there are also several three and five dimensional personality tests which are presumably more accurate.

My questions are:

  1. Is there any research on interactions between personality traits based on the Big 5, EPQ, or 16PF?
  2. Are interactions between Jungian types scientifically supported or is it an example of the Forer effect?
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