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CognitiveFunctions
Previous: Cognitive Functions Next: Temperament Theory Carl Jung theorized that everyone has four essential mental functions or "cognitive processes". We t...
MBTI_16_Types
Previous: The 16 Types Next: Cognitive Functions MBTI: 16 Types By definition, one pole of each of the four dichotomies is preferred over the other pole. (Ther...
MBTI_4_Dichotomies
Previous: Psychological Patterns Next: The 16 Types MBTI: 4 Dichotomies Two Pairs in Two Attitudes Carl Jung defined two pairs of psychological preferen...
ProjectsAndPosts
Previous: What's My Type Home I have been interested in personality and psychology in general, and the MBTI in particular, for many years. Take a look at ...
PsychologicalPatterns
Previous: Home Next: MBTI: 4 Dichotomies Psychological Patterns Every person is unique, just like a fingerprint. Yet, also like fingerprints, personalities can...
RefsAndResources
Previous: Interaction Styles Next: What's My Type? References and Resources Do you prefer being organized and following a schedule, or playing it by ear? Are yo...
Tarot
One of my interests is learning as much as I can about Psychological Type and Temperament. I also collect Tarot decks, both for the art and for the interesting sy...
TemperamentTheory
Previous: Cognitive Functions Next: Interaction Styles Temperament Theory Temperament theory describes four organizing patterns of personality and is based in...
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