Several articles concerning the use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) at agricultural colleges have appeared in the NACTA Journal in recent years. The results and implications of a multi-year project in which the MBTI was administered to students and faculty in the College of Agriculture, University of Nebraska were presented in a series of articles by Sorenson and Hartung (1987) and Barrett. Sorenson and Hartung (1985, 1987). McCann, Heird and Roberts (1989) compared MBTI personality types of students in animal evaluation classes versus those on judging teams at Texas Tech University over a three-year period. These same authors (1991) also evaluated the results and implications of students' MBTI personality types and their performance on nationally competitive judging teams representing four universities.



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