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Psychology does not have the answer for this question at the moment. Switch to anthropology. Interactions in multicultural multigenerational settings are the best way to judge a person's actual abilities rather than metrics derived from testings. The observation needs be by a multicultural group. Being a mall cop is about the only way to fairly decide if a ...

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You have seen that one answer is to the question what do they measure (personality traits). The second answer to the question why (because empirical research repeatedly demonstrates that various personality traits can predict various types of job behaviors: mainly performance, deviance, helping, and innovativeness). But the burning question...how can I fake ...

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A few thoughts: MBTI has four dimensions, whereas the Big Five has five dimensions. Thus, when you set a high-low split on MBTI you get $2^4=16$ types. If you were to apply the same idea to the Big 5, you could get $2^5=32$. However, the Big 5 framework tends to take the underlying continuum of personality traits more seriously. At the very least this ...

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