Cognitive functions mirroring one another

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This is a discussion on Cognitive functions mirroring one another within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Hey, all! I read a lot of psychology Junkie's articles, and this one picked my interest....Having been a bit confused ...

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    Cognitive functions mirroring one another

    Hey, all! I read a lot of psychology Junkie's articles, and this one picked my interest....Having been a bit confused about which functions I use, I got to researching as a total whole, and voila- there's my answer....I struggle to understand Se as well as Ni....According to this article (at least I think it's this article), Se and Ne can be confused for one another depending on the type....same as Ni and Ne. So these functions mirror each other according to their position in your stack, so the person may "seem" to be using one function, whilst actually thinking in another....Talk about confusing. Here's the article:

    https://www.psychologyjunkie.com/201...iary-function/

    Any thoughts?



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    This seems like a really useful reference for those who follow the Grant Stack (IEIE for introverts, EIEI for extraverts). It's fun to play around with models - especially 8 function-in-attitude models - that explain about the function-in-attitude positioning and what that means for the individual.

    I imagine you'd really like the Beebe 8 "function" model.

    I use a different function stack so this isn't very true for me, but please use what makes most sense to you.


 

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