Articles on Wilson Provided by this Site:
- Why Wilson Is ISTJ – In this article the site administrators explain their current reasons for why they think Woodrow Wilson is ISTJ. Of the three articles provided here, only this article should be taken to represent the official views and type assessments of the site.
- Why Wilson Is INTJ, Part 1 – This article was originally written as a joint piece between contributing guest writer Dylan Shapiro and one of the site admins at a time where all parties believed that Wilson was INTJ. Since then, the administrators of the site have changed their assessment of Wilson to ISTJ, while Shapiro still sees Wilson as INTJ with Compulsive traits. Hence this article no longer reflects the views of the site admins, but it may still be read by anyone who wishes to familiarize himself with the arguments for INTJ and/or the arguments for Wilson having a Te/Fi axis rather than an Fe/Ti axis.
- Why Wilson Is INTJ, Part 2 – In this article, guest writer Dylan Shapiro continues his exploration and lists further reasons for why he identifies Wilson as INTJ. As above, this article reflects Shapiro’s views, and not those of the site admins.
Assessments of Wilson’s personality:
- Myers identifies Wilson as ITP.
- Keirsey & son identify Wilson as ESTJ.
- The American Psychological Association identifies Wilson as an introvert.
- Rubenzer & Faschingbauer’s data on Wilson, using the Big Five test, suggest E-, O+, A-, and C+ (i.e. INTJ).
- CelebrityTypes contributing guest writer Dylan Shapiro identifies Wilson as INTJ.
- CelebrityTypes Admins identify Wilson as ISTJ.
- David Keirsey Sr. & Ray Choiniere: Presidential Temperament (Prometheus Nemesis 1992) p. 11 ff., 247 ff.
- Myers: Gifts Differing (Davies-Black Publishing 1995) p. 53, 89
- Personal Correspondence with David Keirsey Jr. (2014)
- Rubenzer & Faschingbauer: Personality, Character, and Leadership in the White House (Potomac Books 2004)