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Isabel Briggs Myers's Writings and Biography These are the published works of Isabel Briggs Myers and as of this writing (May 2018) the only published biography of her lif e Besides her work on the MBTI, Myers was also a fiction writer and this list includes her novels as well. Myers, I. B. (1929). Murder yet to come Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type. Myers, I. B. (1935). Give me death. London: Gollancz. Myers, I. B. (1962). Th e Myers Briggs type indicat or: Manual Palo Alto, CA : Consulting Psychologists Press. Myers, I. B., Nuernberger, A., & Lawrence, G. (1974). Personality influences in teaching and learning. Tallahassee, FL : Florida Dept. of Education. Myers, I. B., & Davies, J. A. (1976). Rela t ion of medical students' psychological type to their specialties twelve years later Gainesville, FL : Center for Applications of Psychological Type. Myers, I. B. (1979). Type and teamwork Gainesville, FL : Center for Appl ications of Psychological Type. Myers, I. B. (1980). Introduction to type M.B.T.I Palo Alto, CA : Consulting Psychologists Press. McCaulley, M. H., Natter, F. L., Myers, I. B., & Center for Applications of Psychological Type. (1980). Psychological (Myers Briggs) type differences in education: Tak ing type into account in education: Isabel Briggs Myers Gainesville, FL: Center for Applications of Psychological Type. Myers, I. B., & Myers, P. B. (1980, 1984). Gifts differing: U nderstanding personality type Palo Alto, CA : Davies Black Pub. Myers, I. B., Most, R., & McCaulley, M. H. (1985). Manual: A guide to the development and use of the Myers Briggs type indicator Palo Alto, CA : Consulting Psychologists Press. Myers, I. B., & McCaulley, M. H. (1989). Contributions of type to executive success Gainesville, FL : Center for Applications of Psychological Type. Saunders, F. W. (1991). Katharine and Isabel: Mother's light, daughter's journey Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists Press. Myers, I. B., & Bri ggs, K. C. (1993) Myers Briggs type indicator: form G self scorable. Palo Alto, CA: C onsulting Psychologists Press. Myers, I. B. & Myers, K. D. (1998) Introduction to type: A guide to understanding your results on the MBTI instrument Parkville, Vic.: CPP Asia Pacific Ltd.


Women in Science M yers status as a scientist can, perhaps, be questioned she had no advanced degree and during her working years, her test was not submitted to rigorous scientific testingbut the MBTI is developed on research and experimental principles as well as being oft en used in psychology, counseling, education, and business practices as an empirical metric of personal type and aptitude. Regardless of the scientific rigor of the test itself, Myers' s position as a woman doing empirical research creates a need to unders tand how women were positioned in empirical fields during the twentieth century. This section is broken down in STEM subjects and the social sciences, with psychology its own subsection under social sciences. STEM Beyer, S. (2015). Women and science, technology, engineering, and m ath (STEM) Oxford UK: Oxford University Press. Bystydzienski, J.M. & Bird, S. R. (2006). Removing barriers: Women in academic science, technology, e ngineering, and m athematics Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press. Case, B. A., & Legget, A., eds. (2015). Complexities: Women in m athematics Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press. Des Jardins, J. (2010). The Madame Curie complex: The hidden history of w omen i n s cience. New York, NY: Feminist Press at the City University of New York. Hargittai, M. (2015). Women scientists: Reflections, challenges, and breaking boundaries New York, NY Oxford University Press. Jones, C. G. (2017) All Your Dreadful Scientific Things: Women, Scienc e and Education in the Years Around 1900. History of Education, 46(2), 162175. Kohlstedt, S. G. ed. (1999). His tory of women in the sciences: Readi ngs from I sis. Chicago, IL : University of Chicago Press. McBride, D. (2002). Missions for s cience: U .S. technology and medicine n America's African w orld. New Brunswick, NJ : Rutgers University Press. Rossiter, M. W. (1974). Women scientists in America before 1920. American Scientist 62, 312 323. Retrieved from: Rossiter, Margaret W. (1982). Women s cient ists in America: Struggles and s trategies to 1940. Baltimore, MD : The Johns Hopkins University Press Rossiter, M. W. (1995). Women s cientists in America: Before affirmative a ction, 19401972. Baltimore, MD : Johns Hopkins University Press.


Sax, L. J., Lehman, K. J., Barthelemy, R. S., & Lim, G. (2016). Women in Phys ics: A Comparison to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Education over Four Decades. Physical Review Physics Education Research 12(2), 020108 102010817. Sheffield, S. L. (2004). Women and science: Social impact and i nteraction. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC CLIO. Social Sciences Abrams, L. S., & Curran, L. (2004). Between Women: Gender and Social Work in Historical Perspective. Social Service Review 78(3), 429446. Cattel, M. G., & Schweitzer, M. M. (2006). Women in anthropology: Autobiographical narratives and social history Walnut Creek, C A : Left Coast Press. Cicarelli, J., & Cicarelli, J. (2004). Distinguished women e conomists Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Dimand, R. W. (1999). Women Economists in the 1890s: Journals, Books and the Old Palgrave. Journal Of The History Of Economic Thought 21(3), 269288. Duran, J. (2016). Women in political theory Abingdon, UK: Routledge, .. Fitzpatrick, E. F. (1994). Endless crusade women social scientists and progressive r eform New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Gacs, U. (1988). Women anthropologists: A biographical dictionary New York, NY: Greenwood Press, 1988. McDonald, L. (1994). The women founders of the social s ciences Ottawa, Canada : Carleton University Press. Mills, H. E. (1971). College w omen and the social s ciences Freeport, NY : Books for Libraries Press. Silverberg, H. (1998). Gende r and American social science: T he formative years Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press. Wilson, F. R. (2006). The segregated scholars: Black social scientists and the creation of black labor s tudies, 18901950. Charlottesville VA: University of Virginia Press. Psychology American Psychological Association. (2017). Committee on women in psychology Retrieved from Bernstein, M. D., & Russo, N. F. (1974). The History of Psychology Revisited: Or, Up With Our Foremothers. American Psychologist 29(2), 130 134.


Capshew J. H., & Laszlo, A. C. (1986). We Would not Take No for an Answer: Women Psychologists and Gender Politics during World War II. Journal of Social Issues 42(1), 157180. Furumoto, L. (1987). On The Margins: Women and The Professionalization of Psychology in the United States 18901940. In M. G. Ash & W. R. Woodward (Eds.), Psychology in twentieth century thought and soc iety (pp. 93113). Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. Furumoto, L. & Scarborough, E. (1986). Placing Women in the History of Psychology : The First American Women Psychologists. American Psychologist 41(1), 35 42. Russo, N. F., & O'Connell, A. N., eds. (1983). Models of achievement: Reflections of eminent w omen in psychology New York, NY : Columbia University Press. Scarborough, E., & Furumoto, L. (1987). Untold lives: The First g eneration of American W \ w omen Psychologists. New York, NY: Columbia University Press. Stevens, G., & Gardner, S. (1982). The women of psychology: Pioneers and i nnovators (Vol. 1). Cambridge, UK : Schenkman Publishing Company. Tolman, R. (1943). Some Work of Women Psychologists in the War Journal of Consulting Psychology 7(2), 127131. Valentine, E. (2010). Women in Early 20 th Century Experimental Psychology The Psychologist, 23(12), 972974. Retrieved from: 23/edition 12/womenearly 20thcentury experimental psychology The MBTI and Personality Tests This section address personality tests in general and the MBTI specifically Personality tests have a strong attraction in mass culture and counseling work. The MBTI has faced a lot of criticism about its effectiveness and its use but continues to be used extensively in educational and corporate settings, as well as being well known in popular culture. Allen, R. M. (1965). Variables in personality theory and personality t esting: An i nterpretation. Springfield, IL : C.C. Thomas. Borgatta, E. F., & Lambert, W. W. (1968). Handbook of personality theory and r esearch Chicago IL : Rand McNally. Bughi, S. A., Lie, D. A., Zia, S. K., & Rosenthal, J. (2017). Using a Pe rsonality Inventory to Identify Risk of Distress and Burnout among Early Stage Medical Students. Education for Health. Education for Health 30(1), 2630 Carlyn, M. (1977). An Assessment of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Journal of Personality Assessment, 41 (5), 461473. Retrieved


from db=buh&AN=6391751&site=eds live Carlson, J. G. (1985). Recent assessments of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Journal of Personality Assessment, 49(4), 356365. Carskadon, T. G., & Knudson, M. L. (1978). Relationships between Conceptual Systems and Psychological Types Psychological Reports, 42(2), 483486. Dillon, R. F. (1997). Handbook on t esting Westport, CT : Greenwood Press. DuBois, P. H. (1970). A history of psychological t esting Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon. Dunlap, J. W. (1942). The Psychometric Society: Roots and P owers. Psychometrika 7, 1 8. Ferguson, L. W. (1952). Personality measurement New York NY: McGraw Hill Book. Harvey, R. J., & Murry, W. D. (1994). Scoring the Myers Briggs Type Indicator: Empirical Comparison of Preference Score versus Latent Trait Methods Journal of Personality Assessment 62(1), 116130. Ihsan, Z., & Furnham, A. (2018). The new technologies in personality assessment: A review. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 70(2), 147 166. doi:10.1037/cpb0000106. Jung, C. G. ( 2017, first published in 1921). Psychological Types London: Routledge. Kline, P. (1976). Psychological testing: The measurement of intelligence, ability and personality New York NY: Crane Russak Lanyon, R. I., & Goodstein, L. D. (1997). Personality assessment New York NY: Wiley. Mccaulley, M. H. (1990). The Myers Briggs Type Indicator: A Measure for Individuals. Measurement & Evaluation in Counseling & Development 22(4), 181195. Retrieved from: 16143001 Quenk, N. L. (2000). Essentials of MyersBriggs type indicator assessment. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons Paul, A. M. (2014). The c ult o f personality t esting: How personality t ests a re leading us t o m iseducate our children, m ismanage our companies, and misunderstand ourselves New York. NY : Free Press. Pittenger, D. J. (2005). Cautionary comments regarding the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 57(3), 210 221.


Pittenger, D. J. (1994). The Utility of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Review of Educational Research, 63(4), 467488. Saggino, A., Cooper, C., & Kline, P. (2001). A confirmatory factor analysis of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Personality and Individual Differences, 30, 39. Serebriakoff, V. (1988). A guide to intelligence and personality t esting: Including actual tests and answers. Carnf orth, U K: Parthenon Publishing Group. Thorne, A., & Gough, H. G. (1999). Portraits of t ype: An MBTI research c ompendium Gainesville, FL : Center for Applications of Psychological Type, Inc. Tzeng, O. C. S., Outcalt, D., Boyer, S. L., Ware, R., & Landis, D. (1984). Item Validity of the M yers Briggs Type Indicator. Journal of Personality Assessment, 48(3), 255256. h ttps:// Tzeng, O. C. S., Ware, R., & Chen, J.M. (1989). Measurement and Utility of Continuous Unipolar Ratings for the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Journal of Personality Assessment, 53 (4), 727738. Zumbo, B. D., & Taylor, S. V. (1993). The construct validity of the extraversion subscales of the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue Canadienne Des Sciences Du Comportement, 25(4), 590 604. https://d Women in Twentieth Century US: Education, Work, War, and Social Reform This section provides an overview of life for women in the twentieth century. Much of the Myers Briggs digital holdings at University of Florida Digital Collec tions (UFDC) are personal letters P roviding historical context for Myers' life and family can illuminate the zeitgeist of these letters and cultural referents for her writing and what people wrote to her The following references also provide an overview of what it meant to work inside and outside the home for women and life during war. Coryell, J. L., & Faires, N. H. (2012). A history of women in America. New York, NY: McGraw Hill. Education Astin H. & Hirsch, W. (1978). The higher education of women: Essays in honor of Rosemary Park New York: Praeger Horowitz, H. L. (1993). Alma mater: d esign and experience in the womens colleges from their nineteenth century beginnings to the 1930s. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press.


Madigan, J. C. (2009). The education of girls and women in the United States: A historical perspective. Advances in Gender and Education, 1 1113. Rury, J. L. (1984). Vocationalism for Home and Work: Womens Education in the United States, 18801930. Hist ory of Education Quarterly 24(1), 2144. Rury, J. L. (1991). Education and women's work: F emale schooling and the division of labor in urban America, 18701930. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. Solomon, B. M. (1985). In the company of educated women. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press Work Inside and Outside the Home Baxandall, R., Gordon, L., & Reverby, S. M. (1995). America's working women: A documentary history, 1600 to the present New York, NY: Norton. Blackwelder, J. K. (1997). Now hiring: T he feminization of work in the United States, 19001995. College Station TX : Texas A&M University Press. Boris, E. (1994). Home to work: Motherhood and the politics of industrial h omework in the United States. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Bose, C. E. (2001). Women in 1900: G ateway to the political economy of the 20th century Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press. Cobble, D. S. (2003). Th e other women's movement: W orkplace justice and social rights in modern America. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Elias, M. J. (2008). Stir it up: H ome economics in American culture Philadelphia PA : Un iversity of Pennsylvania Press. Glazer, P. M., & Slater, M. (1987). Unequal colleagues: The entrance of women into the professions, 18901940. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press. Hareven, T. K. (1993). Family time & industrial time: The relationship between the family and work i n a New England industrial community Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Hesse Biber, S. N., & Carter, G. L. (2004). Working women in America: S plit dreams New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Leavitt, S. A. (2002). From Cathar ine Beecher to Ma rtha Stewart: A cultural history of domestic advice. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press. More, E. S. (2011). The Necessary Factfinding Has Only Just Begun: Women, Social Science, and the Reinvention of the Working Mother in the 1950s. Women's Studies 40(8), 9741005. doi:10.1080/00497878.2011.609409


War Greenwald, M. W. (1980). Women, war, and work: the impact of World War I on women workers in the United States. Westport, CT : Greenwood Press. Meyerowitz, J. (Ed.). (1994). Not June Cl eaver: Women and gender in postwar America, 1945 1960. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press. Harris, M. J., Mitchell, F. D., & Schechter, S. J. (1984). The Homefront : America during World War II New York, NY: Putnam. Social Reform Briggs, K. C. (1926) "Meet Yourself." The New Republic, December 22, 129 132. Briggs, K. C. (1928) "Up from Barbarism." The New Republic, December 5, 6162. Brin, R. F. (1977). Contributions of women: Social reform Minneapolis. MN: Dillon Press. Crocker, R. (2006). Mrs. Russell Sage: W omen's activism and philanthropy in gilded age and progressive era America Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. Laughlin, K. A. (2000). W omens work and public policy: A history of the Womens Bureau, U.S. Department of Labor, 19451970. Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press, 2000. Pierce, J. B. (2008). Science, Advocacy, and 'The Sacred and Intimate Things of Life': Representing Motherhood as a Progressive Era Cause in Women's Magazines. American Periodicals: A Journal of History and Criticism 18 (1), 6995. doi : 10.1353/amp.2008.0003 US and World History: 1870 to the Cold War This section provides general background and context for the span of Myers s life. Dawley, A. (2003). Changing the world: American progressives in war and revolution. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Eckes, A. E. J., & Zeiler, T. W. (2003). Globalization and the American century Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press. Ekbladh, D. (2011). The great American mission: M odernization and the construction of an American world order. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Eisenach, E. J. (1994). The lost promise of progressivism Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas. Higham, R. S., & Showalter, D. E. (2003). Researching World War I: A handbook Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Heale, M. J. (2015). The United States in the long twentieth century: P olitics and society since 1900. London, UK : Bloomsbury Academic.


Hogan, M. J. (2005). The M arshall Plan: America, B ritain, and the reconstruction of Western Europe, 19471952. New York, NY: ACLS History E Book Project. Osgood, K. A. (2008). Total C old W ar: Eisenhower's secret propaganda battle at home and abroad. Lawrence, KS: University of Kans as. Pestritto, R. J., & Atto, W. J. (2008). American progressivism: A reader Lanham, MD, Lexington Books. Rodgers, D. T. (1998). Atlantic crossings: Social politics in a progressive age Cambridge, MA, Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. Safford, J L. (1987). Pragmatism and the progressive movement in the United States: The origin of the new social sciences. Lanham, MD, University Press of America.