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  1. Myers Briggs Forum
    People's thought process differ, depending on how they process and share information. There is usually a dominant process, and a secondary process. People usually develop one over the others, and prefer to use that one in situations. Sometimes, people might switch to a secondary temperament to...
  2. General Psychology
    Besides sounding pleasant, music helps people make sense of what they see. This also explains why music videos, like anime music videos (AMV), and dancing are popular. Blind people rarely become popular musicians, because they have a disconnect between visual and auditory information processing...
  3. INFP Forum - The Idealists
    My INFP wife told me that her practice of deliberately not perceiving/seeing/acknowledging when something subtly bad is going on is an INFP information processing thing. She says we discussed it at some point when discussing Fi-Ne-Si-Te, but for the life of me I can't remember the specifics or...
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