“For me, what was really interesting is the way that these tests offer people a language of the self – a vocabulary or an idiom for talking about who they are and what they want, and what kinds of people they want to be.”
Merve Emre, Assistant Professor of English, on WNPR radio. Her book on the Myers-Briggs test and the history of personality testing will be published in Spring 2018.
Listen to the entire interview: WNPR
Read Merve Emre's recent article about the Rorschach test here: New Republic