Source: Geek in Heels
You never thought Star Wars would relate to psychology and personality types, did you? Check out this infographic from Geeks in Heels to find out which character you are based on your MBTI personality type.
The MBTI (Myers–Briggs Type Indicator) is an assessment designed to determine how people look at the world and make decisions. In this chart from Geek in Heels, 16 characters from Star Wars are given their own MBTI type profiles. Find out your personality type and then compare to the chart!
Comical and entertaining, the chart also stays pretty true to the characters in the movie. The personality types are pretty spot on; let’s go over a couple of the big names.
Obi-Wan Kenobi – The Counselor – Type INFJ
The INFJ personality type is by far the most rare of all types, making up only 1% of the population. Standing for Introverted Intuitive Feeling Judging, INFJs are calm, gentle, incredibly complex, and highly intuitive individuals. Characterized by creativity and resourcefulness, this type portrays Obi-Wan perfectly as the counselor and protector.
Luke Skywalker – The Idealist – Type INFP
The Introverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving type embodies all that Luke Skywalker is made out to be in the Star Wars films. Like the young Jedi, most INFPs do not like conflict, but they do rise to it when necessary. Their approach is through their feelings, generally based upon the idea of right or wrong. Flexible and laidback, just like young Skywalker before he discovered the truth, INFPs are calm until their values are threatened; then, they become aggressively defensive. What is your Rebel cause?
Darth Vader – The Supervisor – Type ESTJ
Like other ESTJs, Darth Vader places all emphasis on a world of fact and concrete needs. After the loss of Padme, Vader’s vision was set, a standout characteristic of the Extraverted Sensing Thinking Judging personality type. Extremely rigid and often neglecting of their Feeling side, ESTJs, like Vader, are isolated and aggressive. ESTJs must remember to sometimes turn to their feelings, just as Vader did in order to save his son’s life.
So which Star Wars character are you? In addition to those listed above, this chart provides a character reference for each of the 16 MBTI personality types, taken from across the span of all six Star Wars movies. They may be from a long time ago in a galaxy far far away, but they’re just like you!