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  1. MAINLINE JUNGIAN
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  4. Personality types : Jung's model of typology by Daryl Sharp
  5. https://archive.org/details/personalitytypes0000shar_k3t4
  6. Simplified description of the typology of Psychological Types, without the chapters on the history of the type problem. Might be good as an introduction to PT.
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  8. Personality : the individuation process in light of C.G. Jung's typology by Carl Alfred Meier
  9. https://archive.org/details/personality00came
  10. Similar to Sharp's, but treats Jung's idea of individuation after laying out the typology.
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  12. Conscious orientation: a study of personality types in relation to neurosis and psychosis by Johannes Hermanus van der Hoop
  13. https://archive.org/details/ConsciousOrientation
  14. Delves into typology and then its relation to psychiatry.
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  16. Lectures on Jung's typology
  17. https://archive.org/details/lecturesonjungst0000unse
  18. Part I on the inferior function by Marie-Louise von Franz, part II on the feeling function by James Hillman.
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  21. MBTI DERIVED
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  24. There are a lot of studies done with MBTI, but this is a theory LARPer list, so it's mostly that. Not everything is available on archive.org, although some are available in other places.. For legal reasons, I'd rather not directly link it, and no law abiding citizen should search shadow libraries like Library Genesis. No law abiding citizen should search for studies on SciHub either, for example, on the off chance he is not a theory LARPer.
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  26. Gifts Differing by Isabel Briggs Myers
  27. MBTI explained simply. Read this and Psychological Types instead of relying on misinformed Internet users. The foundation of the dichotomies and the functions stack.
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  29. MBTI manual : a guide to the development and use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
  30. https://archive.org/details/mbtimanualguidet00myer
  31. Broad overview of everything MBTI as established by the Myers-Briggs Foundation.
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  33. From Image to Likeness : a Jungian path in the Gospel journey by Harold Grant, Magdala Thompson and Thomas Clarke
  34. https://archive.org/details/fromimagetoliken00gran
  35. Myers originally held the tertiary's attitude to be the opposite of the dominant's. Some disagreed and this started the controversy over the tertiary's attitude. Most MBTI type dynamics(stack) works would accept this view, and the Myers-Briggs Foundation would eventually reject type dynamics entirely in place for dichotomies.
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  37. Please understand me : temperament, character, intelligence by David Keirsey
  38. https://archive.org/details/pleaseunderstand02keir
  39. Keirsey Temperament Sorter and his NF, NT, SP, SJ dichotomies. At this point you might be wondering why concepts now commonly shared on the Internet were all authored by different people. Well,
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  41. It Takes All Types! by Alan Brownsword
  42. https://archive.org/details/ittakesalltypes0000brow
  43. The 'modern synthesis' of this field: here, the union between dichotomies and functions("INFJs are perceivers because of dominant Ni") now popular on the Internet was established. Brownsword viewed Myers, Jung, Keirsey and as all parts of one unified typology.
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  45. True to Type: Answers to the Most Commonly Asked Questions About Interpreting The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator by William Jeffries
  46. https://archive.org/details/truetotypeanswer00jeff
  47. What it says on the tin, a reader FAQ about the MBTI. However, Jeffries went with the EIEI(dominant and tertiary share the same attitude) stack.
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  49. In the Grip: Our Hidden Personality by Naomi Quenk
  50. Wherein Quenk discusses the tertiary and inferior, up to then largely ignored in MBTI stack/type dynamics. Surprisingly for the time, it's agnostic about the tertiary's attitude.
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  52. John Beebe started the eight function model and related it to archetypes. A thorough explanation of it available for free:
  53. http://www.erictb.info/archetypes.html
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  55. Dynamics of Personality Type: Understanding and Applying Jung’s Cognitive Processes by Linda Berens
  56. Follows Beebe's model, but places it within type dynamics/the stack, rather than archetypes. Would influence Dario Nardi(who I mention because I've seen him at least talked about a little in online places), who also coauthored Understanding Yourself and Others: An Introduction to the Personality Type Code with her.
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  58. Personality Type: An Owners Manual by Leonore Thomson
  59. Thomson tries to connect MBTI type dynamics with brain lateralization. Dario Nardi also explores this more neurological approach.
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  61. The Case Against Type Dynamics by James Reynierse
  62. https://www.capt.org/research/article/JPT_Vol69_0109.pdf
  63. Criticism leveled at the stack/type dynamics as unrepresentative of MBTI dichotomies. Published in the Journal of Psychological Types, *the* MBTI journal, so as close as you can get to an official counterpoint.
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  65. Developing Type: A history from Jung to today by Peter Geyer
  66. Developing Models and Beliefs: Reviewing Grant, Thompson & Clarke's Image to Likeness after 20 years of life and type by Peter Geyer
  67. J–P – What is it, really? How it came about, what it means, what it contains, its interpretation and use by Peter Geyer
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  69. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/264783024_Developing_Type_A_history_from_Jung_to_today
  70. https://www.petergeyer.com.au/library/Grant_et_al_II.pdf
  71. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/264789662_J-P_-_What_is_it_really_How_it_came_about_what_it_means_what_it_contains_its_interpretation_and_use
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  73. Short retrospectives/reviews of the whole thing by someone who was actually involved in the MBTI world.
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  75. OTHER / I DON'T THINK ANYONE ON /MBTI/ IS REMOTELY FAMILIAR WITH THESE BUT IT'S ON ARCHIVE.ORG SO WHY NOT
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  78. Psychetypes : a new way of exploring personality by Michael Malone
  79. https://archive.org/details/psychetypesaneww0000malo
  80. Is your main problem with Jungian typology that it's not schizophrenic enough, but you think MBTI is the problem, not just the stack? Why, someone thought to write a book like that.
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  82. Shakespeare and Jungian typology : a reading of the plays by Kenneth Tucker
  83. https://archive.org/details/shakespearejungi0000tuck
  84. Jungian literary criticism including his typology, against all odds.
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