|Se: Extraverted Sensing||Si: Introverted Sensing|
|Ne: Extraverted iNtuiting||Ni: Introverted iNtuiting|
|Te: Extraverted Thinking||Ti: Introverted Thinking|
|Fe: Extraverted Feeling||Fi: Introverted Feeling|
In the 1920s, the idea of personality type was being explored by leading scientists and philosophers. A Swiss psychiatrist, Carl Jung, wrote Psychological Types during that time, in which he gave a detailed description of what has now become one of the most widely used typologies in the world.
Jung first noticed that people seemed fundamentally different in terms of whether they were more extraverted, oriented to the external world of people and experiences outside themselves, or introverted, oriented to their internal worlds of thoughts, ideas, feelings, and memories. Then he noticed more differences in terms of what people were doing in each of those worlds. These he called "functions." They are now thought of as cognitive processes.
Using metaphors for names, Jung described two kinds of cognitive processesperception and judgment. Sensation and Intuition were the two kinds of perception. Thinking Afficher l image d origine | Vêtements et accessoires | PinterSELECTED HOMME Herren Businesshemd Shhonevince Shirt Ls Sts Blau , Vendita conveniente Lowa RENEGADE GTX Stivali da trekking cognacAir Jordan 11 Retro Bred Low Ball Don t StopChaussures Nike Air Max 270 Femme Pas Cher Prix Blanc/Noir/PourpRN2373 Promotions 2017 élégant Air Max 1 Leopard Blanc Homme Vente Discount Pulls Col Roulé Jules Hommes Pull Col Roulé Basic0qly Summer Shoes Iridescent Teal Nike Air Foamposites Z97990420mens new balance 996 green , Women Casual Cotton T shirt Tumblr Letter Printed Yellow Cropped , Air Jordan 3 Retro cyber Monday Air Jordan 136064 020 black , T106086 Net Als De Meeste Adidas ZX Flux Dames New Komende Train and Feeling were the two kinds of judgment. He said that every mental act consists of using at least one of these four cognitive processes. Then he described eight personality types that were characterized by using one of the processes in either the extraverted or introverted world; extraverted Sensing types, introverted Sensing types, extraverted iNtuiting* types, introverted iNtuiting types, extraverted Thinking types, introverted Thinking types, extraverted Feeling types, and introverted Feeling types. He also suggested that these processes operate not just as the dominant process in a personality but also in other ways.
As Isabel Myers and her mother, Katharine Briggs, began to craft a self-report instrument, they faced several challenges. They had to take what Jung had seen as an integrated whole personality pattern and try to figure out how to ask questions to get at that whole. They chose to focus on Jung's notion of opposites and force choices between equally valuable psychological opposites. They also added a dichotomy to help reveal the type pattern. The result was sixteen types, each indicated by a four-letter code such as ENFP or ISTJ.
The purpose of this website is to help you understand how the type codes represent patterns of how we use the eight cognitive processesextraverted Sensing, introverted Sensing, extraverted iNtuiting, introverted iNtuiting, extraverted Thinking, introverted Thinking, extraverted Feeling, and introverted Feeling.
Sensing: Experiencing the
immediate context; taking action in
the physical world; noticing changes
and opportunities for action; accumulating
experiences; scanning for visible
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|Ne||Extraverted iNtuiting: Interpreting situations and relationships; picking up meanings air max 2008 white cheap > OFF63% The Largest Catalog Discounts and interconnections; being drawn to change "what is" for "what could possibly be"; noticing what is not said and threads of meaning emerging across multiple contexts. Noticing the possible meanings of what you might wear: "Wearing this might communicate "|