Is the Church opposed to the Myers-Briggs personality tests?

I came across theses tests which claim to measure a person’s personality/compatability.
I was wondering if the underlying physchology was at all opposed to church teaching and if anyone with a background in pyschology could possibly tell me if they are at all reliable.

Dear Turelio,

The Church is not opposed to the social sciences or to the truths that they uncover.

The Myers-Briggs / Keirsey Personality Tests fall under the discipline of the field of psychology. The value of such tests is best determined by that science.

Certainly many dioceses and religious orders use such tests for their personnel, vocation recruits, and in marriage counseling. Opinions vary as to how useful they are.

Fr. Vincent Serpa, O.P.

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