Sunday, March 29, 2009

Cognitive Functions Free Tests


For those of you who have taken their MB knowledge to a higher level, there are also these very accurate and scientific tests that measure your use of each of the cognitive functions in order to determine your type.

The tests are not officially 'online' but they still can be found in the site's archives and they're functional (they will compute your results).

Here you go:

Cognitive Development Survey (attention: Submit link is broken)
This is an extraordinarily accurate test and I very much enjoyed the way it was conceived and carried out. The options are clear and insightful, although I have to stress some of them favor the Intuits as they can get quite abstract.

Interstrength Cognitive Assessment (valid link)
This is the older version of the above test, with a different form of presentation, but equally reliable.

InterStrength Dynamics Assessment (attention: Submit link is broken)
This test is said to be one of the best and one of the most innovative ways to determine your type. It measures the way the opposite cognitive functions work together in pairs (Ti with Fe, Fe with Ti, Si with Ne, Ne with Si, etc), thus studying the functional dynamics and interconnections within the personality, to determine your probable type. Unfortunately I did not obtain a sufficiently accurate result with this instrument, but I nonetheless warmly recommend it to everyone who wants to study the relationships between the cognitive processes more in-depth.




3 comments:

ht said...

The Interstrengths dynamics only seems to be half of what is needed for an accurate picture (no NT or SF combinations??) As such it grossly mistyped for me (strong NT, INTx), as ESTJ.

Tiggy said...

I did the whole Cognitive Test (the first one listed) and then when I pressed submit just got a 404 error, not found message. I emailed the name at the bottom. dnardi@math.ucla.edu but s/he is probably not there any more.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, im also having the same problem, ive spent ages doing the whole test and does not work. Arrgh!