06-21-2016, 11:22 AM
Now, correlating MBTI to race would be interesting. FWIW, Jung concluded in his travels that personality archetypes are universal across cultures. Of course, certain cultures and their more vocal spokesmen aren't immune from making claims about a collective personality of their culture, race, faith (or lack of), etc.
One fellow named J. Philippe Rushton tried to find correlations between race and MBTI. He claimed that there are more introverted Asians and more extroverted blacks, with whites somewhere in the middle.
Also the company CPP claims there are more ESxP blacks than the average of society.
I've seen one claim that ISTJ is more prevalent among African Americans. http://www.discoveryourpersonality.com/istj.html, which throws a minor wrench into the previous two claims.
When discussing DNA differences, it might be useful to note that according to geneticists, Europeans and Asians have 1-4 percent Neanderthal DNA, which Africans tend to lack. But anybody who has actually been around different cultures knows that it's ridiculous to describe blacks monolithically. Are they Nigerian-descended, Sudanese, Kenyan? All completely different from one another. Hispanic cultures are similarly diverse.