Preference: Perception (S/N)

Processes of perception (perceiving) are sensing (S) and intuition (N).

The S-N index is designed to reflect a person's preference between two opposite ways of perceiving; one may rely primarily upon the process of sensing (S), which reports observable facts or happenings through one or more of the five senses; or one may rely upon the less obvious process of intuition (N), which reports meanings, relationships and/or possibilities that have been worked out beyond the reach of the conscious mind.

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

-- Main.VickiBrown - 02 Jun 2013
Topic revision: r5 - 07 Apr 2016, VickiBrown
Copyright © by the contributing authors. All material on this site is the property of the contributing authors. Please follow referenced links.
Myers-Briggs®, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and MBTI® are trademarks or registered trademarks of MBTI® Trust, Inc., in the United States and other countries.
This site is built using Foswiki. -- Send feedback to webmaster.