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Knowing Your True Self What Personality Type Can Teach You Ricky Telg Ag Education amp Communication What are type preferences Psychological Represent consistent and enduring patterns of how we use our minds Report preferences on four scales each has two halves I The four preferences scales are l Extraversion or Introversion Sensing or Intuition Thinkingholr Feeling Judgment 6r Perception EXTRAVERSION and INTROVERSION are complementary attitudes toward the world E An Extravert s An Introvert s essential essential stimulation is from stimulation is from the environment he inner The outerworld of world of thoughts people and things and reflections Both attitudes are used by everyone ut one is usually preferred and better developed Some key words EXTRAVERSlON lNTROVERSlON 39 reflective outward inward sociable reserved private few expressive quiet depth These characteristics enen devele from E and preferences 5 fthern may be true for you Extraveris use both Extraversion and Introversion but prefer Extraversion lntroverts use both Extraversion and Introversion but prefer Introversion Howc ear is your preference SENSING and INTUITION are ways oftaking in information S The Sensing function The Intuiting function takes in information by processes information way of the ve senses by way of a sixth sight sound touch sensequot or insight taste and smell Both attitudes are used by everyone But one is usually preferred and better developed Some key words SENSING INTUITION details patterns present practical lacts sequential directio repetition enjoyment These characteristics otteh develop trorh s and N preterehces Some or them may be true furyuu ing types use both Sensing and Intuition but prefer Sensing Intuitive types use both Sensing and Intuition but prefer Intuition How clear is your preference THINKING and FEELING are ways of making decisions T F Thinking isthe Feeling isthe mental process mental process that decides on that decides on the basis of the basis of evaluating logical analysis relative worth Both ways of deciding and evaluating are used by everyone but one is usually preferred and better developed Some key words THINKING FEELING ea ea objective subjective 39 39 harmony cann impersonal personal It e appreciate analyxe enrpatlnxe principles These characteristics otteh develop trorh T and F preterehces Some or them may be true tor you Thinking types use both Thinking and Feeling but prefer Thinking Feeling types use both Thinking and Feeling but prefer Feeling is your preference JUDGMENT and PERCEPTION are complementary lifestyles J P A Judging A Perceiving lifestyle is festy39e is flexible i dec39swe adaptableI plannedl and and orderly spontaneous Both attitudes are part of everyone s lifestyle but one is usually preferred and better developed Some key words JUDGMENT PERCEPTlON organiled flexible structure fo cont I experience decisive cu deliberate spontaneous closure openness plan wni d adline discoveries productive receptive These characterlstlcs uften devele frum J and P preferences Some uf them may be true furyuu types use both Judging and Perceiving but prefer Judging Perc ving types use both Judging and Perceiving but prefer Perceiving How clear is your preference The Sixteen Types Each oi these Sixteen types IS gilted and valuable The MBTI instrument does not assess d Psychological illness Emotions Intell ence Learning Why do we need to understand type Understand and appreciate ourselves t Understand and appreciate others Learning What works a Type may indicate how you learn differently Extraversion Discussion or working with groups Introversion Reading and working individually Sensing Tasks that require obsening for speci cs or memory for facts Intuition Tasks that call for imagination or attention to general concepts Learning What works a Type may indicate how you learn differently Thinking Learn better when the teacher logically organizes material Feeling Leam betterwhen they feel they have a personal rapport with the teacher Judging Study and leam in a more steady and orderly way with a drive to closure Perceiving Study and leam in a more exible and informal way with an orientation to discovery Type in careers 4 People are attracted to careers that allow them to make use of their natural type preferences Extraversion more interaction with others introversion limited interaction Organization judging or exibility perceiving Two middle letters are of particular importance in career choice ST SF NF or NT Type in careers 4 ST Objective and analytical Realities and practical applications Careers that require technical approach Business management banking applied sciences construction military SF Warm and peopleoriented Realities and handson careers Careers with human senices Clergy teaching health care child care sales personal senices Type in careers w NF Warm and enthusiastic Ideas and possibilities for people Careers with communication skills understanding of others Arts psychology teaching health care NT Logical and objective Ingenuity to focus on possibilities with a technical application Careers that require impersonal and analytic approach to ideas Sciences law computers engineering Type in relationships I O Differences can be source of growth or con ict i In con icts usually from issues that arise from type differences t Helps us communicate with the other person Talk in the person s type quot Type in workorganizations Helps in a number of ways Different approaches to working and problemsolving Improve communication in organization Build effective teams Understand and appreciate different leadership and management sty es Type in communication i Helps us get out noise in communications overcome barriers Become aware of our own natural style and language and alert us of what to expect of others Type in communication Extraversion i Introversion v Sensing 7777 77 Intuition Type in communication 39 Thinking 77777 i Feeling 7777 77 v Judging 7777 7 Perceiving 777777 Ricky Telg Department of Agricultural Education amp Communication University of Florida 39 352 3920502 ext 224 rwtelgu edu GO THE DISTANCE Field qureams 1 1989b Do you plan to publish your research i39quot Ponam to you 39 Publicatian is the measure af yaur accamplishment sin graduate schaal At the dactaral level public M o The purpose of a o The purpose of a thesisdissertati journal or trade on is to quot magazine is to satisfy the communicate requirements for results of a graduate experiments or degree to inform a selected audience of readers A thesisdissertation is to 39 to conduct research analyze the results and package your work into an acceptable written form that meets the standards of you major professor and supervisory committee Space time and content are nearly all discretionary so long as the supervisory committee is satisfied with the content In contrast space in a journal is very limited novel hih ualit content is of utmost importance and you have to satisfy peer reviewers and the editor whose jobs are to ensure the p sti and reutation of the journal 39 quot o A trade journal s objective is to sell subscriptions therefore articles must be of interest to subscribers Print is expensive and the reader s time and att t39 l39mited 39 o In a thesisdissertation you can include anything you like lots and lots of details lots of opinion even wild and crazy ideas In a journal article you must leave out most details and almost all opinion Wild and cra ideas foret it is usually not a turnkey process to turn your thesisdissertation into a journal manuscript or a popular article Roll up your sleeves and get ready to start working Effort or Organization or Experience Lucky you to be born in the electronic age It is easier to transform your thesisdissertation into a journalmagazine manuscript than ever before I had more hair and was a lot younger andwe you get the picture My thesis was typed on a typewriter I had to correct minor mistakes with an eraser An insertion or deletion meant I retyped the page andor the remainder of the chapter if the page break changed Copies were made with carbon nannr xerox machines were not In the introduction to the the literature review identify and define the general topic issue or area of concern as a prelude to developing an appropriate context for reviewing the literature Identify overall trends in what has been published about the topic taking special note of conflicts in theory methodology evidence and conclusions Make a special effort to uncover gaps in research and scholarship or identify a new perspective or way of approaching the central problem Establish a writer39s reason point of view for reviewing the literature explain the criteria you wish to use in analyzing and comparing literature and the organization of the review the sequence it will take When necessary state why certain literature is or is not included in your review limit the scope Remember aH of the work necessary to write an effective literature review is up front you can t write first and research second In the body of your literature review group research studies and other forms of literature reviews theoretical articles case studies according to common denominators Qualitative vs quantitative approaches conclusions of authors agreementsIdisagreements by purpose or objective chronologically Summarize each study or article with as much or as little detail as each merits according to its comparative importance in the literature Remember that space length denotes relative significance to the purpose of the literature review Provide the reader with strong umbrella sentences at the beginning of paragraphs they will be your signposts throughout and brief 50 whatquot summary sentences at intermediate points in the review to aid understanding comparisons and analyses In concluding your literature review summarize major contributions of significant studies and articles highlighted and the key points of knowledge while maintaining the focus established at the outset in the introduction Briefly restate the quotstate of the art for the body of knowledge that was reviewed pointing out major methodological flaws and gaps inconsistencies in theory and findings and areas and issues pertinent to future study Conclude end your review by providing M insight into the relationship between the central topic of the literature review and a larger area of study such as a discipline a scientific endeavor Finally set the table for what is to follow our exerimental findins our contributions 4 wme L 3 mm 1 n mum m ummm mm Dmnlnllum il m have electranic thesis dissertatlan preparatian and submissian If at all pass39ble publish yaur esearch f39 gs befare yau write yaur the sertatI f au can n then everything else WIII be a breeze It is ea r ta ga fram publicatian ta atian than fram thesisdissertatian ta publIcatIan aurnals where sh yaur e are yau write yaur thesisdissertatian Prepare yaurthesisd39ssertatian with chapters in manus arm 39 the expected jaurnal s farmat as much as permissible l uiwmiy a Fluridn Gradual smul l Students generally those in scientific fields who plan publication of the results of their research as journal articles based on individual chapters or sections of the dissertation very often prepare the manuscript with this idea in mind The Graduate School also stresses the fact that the dissertation or thesis is the student39s primary objective and the publication secondary in that standard dissertation and thesis procedures must be observed in use of specified paper stock margins headings pagination and overall preparation and presentation For years the Graduate School has encouraged students to use the scholarlyjournal in which they have published or hope to publish as a guide for thesis and dissertation preparation Since the printed article illustrates the specific usage the journal style manual is needed only for format preparation of the final copy to be submitted forjournal publication If each chapter or section is complete within itself in that it treats one aspect of the several included in the total study a general introductory chapter precedes the main body of work with a final chapter giving total results conclusions andlor recommendations for further research The following practices are not acceptable for University of Florida theses and dissertations 1 Omission of sufficient material to tie all components together to form a completely unified whole for example omission of the general introductory chapter or the conclusion chapter 2 Scientific references bibliography or literaturecited section at the end of each chapter 3 Use of an abstract at the beginning of each chapter 4 Use of doublespaced references and any other use obviously based on journal specifications for printing requirements not suitable for a unified dissertation or thesis presentation 5 Inclusion of coauthored papers except those portions and materials contributed by the student Material produced by coauthors should be so noted and cited appropriately It is the supervisory commi ee39s responsibility to ensure that the dissertation or thesis reflects a sufficient level of original and scholarly work by the student Give presentations oral and posters as often as possible Use these opportunities to organize and begin your writing Make your writing and publishing as seamless as possible Don t save the writing to the end Often it will not be possible to foresee which journal will be most favorable or suitable for you to send you thesisdissertation research to for publication Then you must simply and extensively revise and rework your original document into the style and format of the intended journal mu va JaprlL mm 1 Manu mmunNWWMgm m m w H J V m rm i x ulu r Mm mu mquot an 4quot a w 47 r mmm an mm mm m mum mmuaxumcm L LL pawnmm xwmwm mmm mmuumv4 CELL Hmva 4M ms L RAVSHlTTIU mus m mm Mostjournals require that you sume r manu tin electronic form and for man thIs Includes a graphs gures and photographs If not already all submi sians will be c 7 electronic And in the not too ant future all u licat39 n will be strIctly electronic Paper WIII only be necessary when you wish to print out a copy of an l atl st eq d39to be Denia revised in signi cant ways he eviewer comments 39cry and the editor39s letter and try to Give up ascertain whether you received fair and balanced criticisms It 399 mad is very likely your manuscript Get even fell short ofthe mark possible that your intent was f N not clearly communicated If o It has never been easier to transform a thesisdissertation into a journal manuscript than it is right now This gain in efficiency has resulted in higher quality manuscripts with far greater content In the end it is still a lot of work to r se 39 hed
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