we were talking in my CI class about personality profiling as an analytical technique for competitive intelligence.
the discussion made me wonder if pychometric instruments such as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator will ever require additional or modified archetypes. will they become dated as humans evolve? or is the evolution in the act: has obsessive email checking come from list-making?
i searched for a study on email checking behaviour, but had to settle for this abstract of “A cognitive theory of compulsive checking” from UBC’s psych department which theorizes on compulsive checking in general.
how often do normal people check their email? what if you live online? eek!
i think my email checking philosophy is to keep my inbox empty at most times (but then i created this “later” folder which i strongly advise against, man).
ok your turn.