Hello fellow INTJ's, Lately I have been questioning the validity of the Myers Briggs Personality Test. This questioning was due to the fact that, I noticed that almost all websites with descriptions of personalities never had much negativity to be said. The closest thing to a flaw was when a website said that, "INTJ's tend to be arrogant and condensending..." This was immediately followed by a positive reinforcing comment. In my research, I have found that the test, made by Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers, was first created for women during WWII to find a suitable job. These young women were not psychologists, they merely admired the work of Carl Jung. Upon further research, I have found that the MBTI is guilty of having/using the Forer Effect. Continuing upon that, I have quotes from Carl Jung himself describing how it is wrong to classify all people of a type into a single group The shoe that fits one person pinches another; there is no recipe for living that suits all cases. I am just wondering on what others have to say, all of this research actually holds weight that balances the test.