Wounded Soldiers Sometimes Dodge Traumatic Brain Injury Screening to Stay Active Combat.

Modern tools of Analytical Psychology must reflect a necessary flexibility. Carl Jung developed a view of human behavior that indicated some predictability in human preferences. During WWII, this was expanded upon by Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter, Isabel Briggs Myers in the hopes of best matching women workers to a job.

Subsequently, the Myers-Briggs test has grown to become the largest personality test in the world. It is used extensively by business to identify communication styles and relationship needs.

The idea is that once a person has knowledge of their personality style, they have a superior mastery of their work environment.Myers-Briggs helps a person discover themselves -- a self diagnostic tool. It doesn't magically pick the best job field for a person (as originally proposed in the 1940s).

Compared to Myers-Briggs, a more clinically refined tool was necessary for evaluating traumatic brain injuries (TBI). For example, in the real world of combat injuries the US Military has a field test for TBI.

Some soldiers who don't want to be removed from the field have learned the proper