A personality database, based on data from the MBIAs Personality Profile and other research projects, is being created.
The database is being built by MBIs personality researchers, which include Drs.
Pankaj Mishra, Dr. Suman Jha, and Dr. Dhananjay Srinivasan, as well as Dr. Prakash Ravi.
The project is being carried out under a research project of the Department of Psychology at the M.I.T. and the Department, M.S. Rajagopal, the Chair, and the Dean of the School of Business Administration, the University of Michigan, as part of the Human Resources Research and Technology (HRRT) Program at the University.
The researchers, who include the MbiA research team, are planning to begin publication in January 2018.
“This is a very exciting project and a huge step forward in the development of this personality database,” Dr. Mishra said in a statement.
“We are very grateful to all the participants who have contributed to this project.
We are also looking forward to collaborating with researchers in the field to further develop the database.”
The database will include the names, addresses, and biographical information of people in the database.
It will also include information about health and lifestyle habits.
The database is designed to make it easier for users to find and compare different types of personalities, such as shy, introverted, and extroverted.MBIA researchers hope that the database will help in understanding the psychological makeup of people, and will be a resource for research on personality traits.
They are also trying to develop the information into a comprehensive resource for the development and measurement of personality traits in people.
The team hopes that the research will also be used in the next phases of the MIB project.
“The MBI is working to develop new tools that can help researchers to study human personalities and also predict personality traits, which will allow us to develop more effective psychological intervention strategies,” said Dr. M.K. Ravi, MBII Chair, in a press release.
“This project is the first of many that we are planning.
We will continue to work with others to develop this database, and to help others understand how to use it to make better decisions about personality.”
For more information, visit the M BIA website at: https://www.mbi.ie/index.html#The_Personality_Profile_and_other_research_projects.