It has become popular in academic circles to dismiss the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and Jung's cognitive functions as invalid and unreliable personality theories.  However, a thorough understanding of the test and theories behind it, in addition to empirical evidence, reveal that it is no less valid or reliable than other, more frequently cited theoretical frameworks.  Furthermore, Jungian personality theory offers more sophisticated insights into the complex nature of personality, which is more in line with how we understand other dynamic, non-linear systems. 

In this video, I apply empirical evidence, sound theory, and common sense to refute the most common arguments against the MBTI and Jungian typology.