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Marla Vannucci, Ph.D., Adler School of Professional Psychology
Dr. Vannucci Discusses
the Myers-Briggs and Ideal
Person-Organization Fit

In choosing a graduate school or career path, it's important to take inventory of how you function best on a daily basis. Among the tools that can help evaluate this is the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), which can be highly useful in assessing your potential fit with a workplace or graduate school environment.

In this article for, the Adler School's Marla Vannucci, Ph.D., summarizes the MBTI, describes how it can be used to assess person-organization fit, and provides additional resources. Dr. Vannucci, who has researched the MBTI and career choices, is an Associate Professor on the Core Faculty of the Adler School's Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology Program in Chicago.

Click here to read "Using The MBTI To Find Your Ideal Workplace: Person-Organization Fit."

About the Adler School

The Adler School of Professional Psychology has provided quality education through a scholar/practitioner model for 60 years. Its mission is to continue the pioneering work of Alfred Adler by graduating socially responsible practitioners, engaging communities, and advancing social justice. The Adler School enrolls more than 1,000 students in doctoral and master’s degree programs and offerings at its campuses in Chicago, Illinois, and Vancouver, British Columbia, and through Adler Online.


Kim McCullough
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