Measuring Personality Traits
The iTYPE personality test consists of simple depictions that may be perceived and interpreted in multiple ways. These different interpretations of visual stimuli provide hints about the way someone works, perceives information, or makes decisions.
iTYPE works with four dimensions to characterize personalities: energy uptake, perception, decision-making, and attitude toward life.
Using these dimensions, iTYPE can predict one's preferences. iTYPE combines these preferences into a total of 16 personality types, each with their own strengths, basic attitudes, ways of relating to other, and communication behaviors.
Each human being is unique. But because personalities are complex by nature, classifying them into different types allows us to think about them in a simpler and more tangible sense.
In order to be able to correctly interpret your iTYPE results, it's important to work with a certified iTYPE consultant.