How can you differentiate between a sensor who has been mistyped as an intuitive, AND an intuitive who has been mistyped as a sensor? Also, which sensor types are most likely to be mistyped as intuitives, AND which intuitive types are most likely to be mistyped as sensors, and why?
Okay, so I took a free online cognitive functions test, and the scores are a little off the wall. Can anyone with more experience with functions analyze it for me?
Extroverted Intuition (Ne) ||||||||||||||||||||| 9.85
Extroverted Thinking (Te) |||||||||||||||||| 8.39
So I was reading an article that I annoyingly can find no way to link to, and when I got to reading the one for Te as inferior I was like "holy crap that is exactly me!" like, way more than reading descriptions of my dominant function. It's like I just take my dominant for granted so I was...
This guy got it all figured out, thought id share it here: Ethics development
Philosophy 302: Ethics
Jung's Psychological Types
Abstract: Jung's theory of psychological types is sketched as a prelude to developing a...