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                      DDLI V3.10 Available on Aminet



DDLI V3.10 AVAILABLE ON AMINET

TITLE

    The Duniho and Duniho Life Pattern Indicator

VERSION

    V3.10

AUTHOR

    Fergus Duniho

    E-mail: fdnh@troi.cc.rochester.edu

DESCRIPTION

    The DDLI is a personality indicator that measures for four
    different sets of preferences that result in a total of sixteen
    different psychological types.  These four sets of preferences are

        How we orient our lives:

            Extraversion vs. Introversion

        How we prefer to gather information:

            Sensing vs. iNtuition

        How we prefer to make decisions:

            Thinking vs. Feeling

        Which sort of lifestyle we prefer:

            Judging vs. Perceiving

    These 16 types correspond to the psychological types that Carl Jung
    described in _Psychological Types_.  They also correspond to the 16
    Myers-Briggs types measured by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.

    The DDLI asks you a series of multiple choice questions and calculates
    its results from your answers.  It asks you to rank each of your
    answers on a scale from 1 to 7. It also asks you questions on other
    sets of preferences that are supposed to match various combinations of
    the above four sets. This is so it provides a check on itself, as it
    can be fallible.

    The DDLI comes with extensive support material.  Included are full
    length descriptions of each one of the 16 types, the "Personality Type
    Summary" by Jon Noring, and my own description of the Life Pattern
    personality model.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

    None

HOST NAME

    Any Aminet site (e.g. wuarchive.wustl.edu)

DIRECTORY

    /pub/aminet/misc/misc

ARCHIVE NAME

    DDLI3_10.lha