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  1. Cognitive Functions
    I've read general summaries of healthy/unhealthy versions of the 16 types and have my own speculations about how those can be demonstrated by specific behaviors in real life, but I'm curious to see how other people have experienced healthy versions of any of the 16 types-- specifically, what...
  2. Cognitive Functions
    I have a handful of friends and acquaintances that I actually know well enough, and all of them are xxFJs or xxFPs (at least the ones who know their MBTI, the ones who don't I can definitely see the Fe and/or Fi in them). Thus, I believe I have a good understanding of what healthy and unhealthy...
  3. Cognitive Functions
    Selfish versions of each judging type Te = it's all about making my own plans to make everything work the way I want it to work, using my factual knowledge (Si) and/or ideas (Ni) Ti = it's all about using whatever I can understand on the go to make anything work the way I want it to work...
  4. Cognitive Functions
    Ne = derives abstract ideas and sees possibilities when exposed to features in the external environment (e.g., two squirrels are chasing each other, and I come up with random possible reasons for their behavior, possible outcomes of their behavior) Ni = derives abstract ideas and sees...
  5. Cognitive Functions
    HOW DO YOU DEVELOP THESE? I think I'm underdeveloped. :sad:
  6. Myers Briggs Forum
    I'll try to keep this brief and unzany. Background: The brain is divided into two halves or hemispheres, left and right. The left is known for being good with logic and math while the right is known to deal with spatial understanding and patterns. The right is also said to be more emotional...
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