Preference: Outward-facing Style (J/P)

The style of dealing with the outside world is shown by judgment (J) or perception (P).

The J-P index is designed to describe the process a person uses primarily in dealing with the outer world, that is, with the extraverted part of life. A person who prefers judgment (J) has reported a preference for using a judgment process (either thinking or feeling) for dealing with the outer world. A person who prefers perception (P) has reported a preference for using a perceptive process (either S or N) for dealing with the outer world.

(ref: About the MBTI® Instrument at capt.org)

-- Main.VickiBrown - 02 Jun 2013
Topic revision: r5 - 07 Apr 2016, VickiBrown
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