Did you know that AusAPT members can access the extensive resources of the Type Research and Practice Collection to help with research, presentations and any questions about type you might have? Plus that you have expert guidance and support in accessing the resources of the collection?
In this free, online, open to all session, Peter Geyer, Custodian of the AusAPT Type Research and Practice Collection presents about the collection: what it is; what it has; how it can help you, and how you can help it. And answers any questions you might have.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
About Peter Geyer
Peter Geyer (INTP) has been engaged in the theory and practice of psychological type and related ideas for over 30 years, as an accrediter (MBTI; Majors); adviser, consultant and educator; presenter, researcher and writer. He is an AusAPT Life Member and APTi Lifetime Member. Now retired, he currently manages and maintains the AusAPT Type Research and Practice Collection (TRPC).
While we are in our homes more at present, it is an excellent opportunity to do some professional reading and research on areas of type. Peter Geyer is the Custodian of the AusAPT Type Research and Practice Collection (Collection), available as a resource for AusAPT members. As you may know, he has researched, written and presented on type for over 25 years. Moreover, Peter is keen to assist with knowledge and practice on type through the resources of the Collection and his extensive experience and expertise. You can read more about the Collection here. The Collection is a fixed resource but also (more…)
Roger Pearman joins us for a virtual session at the AusAPT National Conference in Melbourne in November 2019 to present on ‘Evidence of the Validity of Type from Multi-Rater Data‘: “This is a virtual presentation of a summary report of 360 data collected from people around the globe to look at evidence of the validity of Type. The first public presentation of this information, the international TypeStudy Research Project was designed to collect both self-report and observer-report data which provides useful evidence for considering the validity of Type.” Roger provides this introduction to ‘Evidence of the Validity of Type from Multi-Rater Data‘ as background for his (more…)