Here are some links to find out more about personality type, temperament and interaction styles.

This site has free activities for you to self-discover your personality type. It’s a great introduction to finding out more about your personality.

This site has short descriptions of each of the 16 personality types identified by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.

Watch Jean Kummerow’s TED talk on type

Click on “portraits of the personality types” (Shakespeare icon) for more descriptions of the 16 personality types.

This site has the Keirsey temperament sorter. Temperament is a different and complementary theory to type and provides valuable insights into why we do what we do.

Here you can take a free test to discover your unique personality. There are a range of resources to learn more.

This is the site of the British Association of Psychological Type, a charity dedicated to promoting the ethical use of type. Here you can find out more about type and look up descriptions of the 16 personality types.

This site has a short personality type assessment – be aware that this may not be as valid and reliable as taking the MBTI itself and it is better to have feedback from a trained professional, but this might get you interested in taking it further.

Linda Berens developed the Interaction Styles model and there is information on her site about this and other approaches to psychological type.

TypeCoach has an impressive suite of interactive tools and videos for you to explore your own type and learn more about why and how other people are different.

You can take a free test here and there is plenty to read about the 16 personality types.