Type 1: fear of being corrupt, bad, imperfect.
Type 2: fear of abandonment, not being loved and appreciated.
Type 3: fear of failure.
Type 4: fear of being ordinary.
Type 5: fear of the outside world of not being competent, failing to cope.
Type 6: Existential anxiety
Type 7: Fear of...
Hi! I'm stopping by here to share a test I made recently for both MBTI and the cognitive functions. The test has 106 (105 actually since one of them is a dud) questions that assess your scores using three different methods: a Grant/Brownsword-based algorithm, an axis-based algorithm, and a...
The DISC test determines what your behavioural style is most like. Take the test here: https://www.truity.com/test/disc-behavior-inventory
Drive describes behavior that is assertive and results-oriented. When people show Drive, they tend to take charge, make decisions, and control the...
This test distinguishes how people tend to respond to expectations:
Outer expectations (a deadline, a “request” from a sweetheart)
Inner expectations (write a novel in your free time, keep a New Year’s resolution).
Overview of the Four Tendencies:
Upholders respond readily to outer and inner...
MBTI test I haven't really seen around online. Can you guys do the test to see how valid the results are?
Especially appreciate posting results of people who are certain of their types to see if test is truly valid.
Discordia Inc. - Just who the HELL do you THINK you are?
For fun :P
You are from the Moon
You can vibe with the steady rhythms of the Moon.
You're in touch with your emotions and intuition.
You possess a great, unmatched imagination - and an infinite memory.
Ultra-sensitive, you feel at home anywhere (or with anyone).
A total healer, you...
I'm interested in seeing the make-up of other INTPs cognitive functions.
I took the SimilarMinds test, and these were my results.
Although, it was an interesting quiz, I felt that it more so determined my image of myself than anything else.
What were your results?
Do you know of a better/...
What is your Alignment? - Psychology quiz
I've been seeing some things in peoples' signatures lately, like "lawful good" or "true neutral".
So, I decided to google it, and what I came across was a pretty neat test. I like how the questions were vastly different from other personality tests out...
I'll explain my thought process through the Jungian Cognitive Functions Quiz found at this site, feel free to share your thoughts:
I see the world as...
1) ...a bundle of possibilities to be explored and unraveled. - I enjoy exploring and learning new stuff, but I select only those that match...
It appears as if an INTP could empathize with both the romantics and classics, but overall, which would you most identify with?
I would be classical due to the love of learning and appreciation for logic being more predominant than various romantic traits, though I love the rare and exotic.