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For the longest time, Carl Jung's theory of psychological types has received criticism for being too vague and abstract without any basis in how human beings are actually made up. Dario Nardi's Neuroscience of Personality reveals that Jung was right all along. How we process information, think, and behave is directly related to various brain states; different personality types use their brains in different ways.
The Inferior Functions
One way we use the cognitive processes in our daily lives is with learning.