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The Personality Page An INTP Profile by Paul James Original version: April 5, 1999 revised and published on the web: March 12, 2000 INTP is one of the 16 personality types defined in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). I will assume that visitors to this page already have a basic knowledge of the MBTI system for I wish to concentrate on describing the INTP type as best I can. The descriptions below are based on personal experience combined with knowledge derived from other MBTI sources and I hope that other INTPs and non-INTPs alike may find some of this material illuminating. This page may be updated and expanded when appropriate. For a general introduction and overview of MBTI temperament analysis, visit Robert Winer's excellent resource at Gesher. INTPs are about 1% of the general population, making this one of the rarest of types. The consequences of the orientation and rank of each of the four functions for the INTP type is described in turn below. Primary Axis: Introverted Thinking - Extraverted Intuition

The Lenore Thomson Exegesis Wiki Welcome to the Lenore Thomson exegesis wiki. Lenore Thomson is the author of book that takes the Myers-Briggs personality type system back to its roots in Jungian psychology . Or perhaps redefines Myers-Briggs as a vocabulary for analyzing politics and public discourse. We don't really know. On this web site, we try to figure out what she's talking about. How to Participate Here The Main Propositions Our Difficulties Terms With Nonobvious Meanings The Function Attitude s Attempted exegeses Truth-and-Language Exegesis Parliament of Attitudes Cocooning-vs. Forward-Direction Exegesis Game-Board Exegesis Negotiation Exegesis Saints-and-Politicians Exegesis Place-Your-Stakes Exegesis Gear-Shifting Exegesis Philosophical Exegesis Sign-interpretation Orienting Semiotic Attitude Semiotic Attitudes Semiotically Disoriented Far-flung explorations The Wider Consequences of Brain-Hemispheric Clash Management Shallowness King on the Mountain How to Experience Different Function-Attitudes Attitudes from the Horse's Mouth

Understanding the Eight Jungian Cognitive Processes / Eight Functions Attitudes Socionics - the16types.info forums Dimensionality of Functions I.M. Eglit original article: [partial translation--further translation needed] Key words: socionics, psychology, mental functions, the functions of information metabolism, information model of the psyche (model A), the dimensions of informational metabolism functions in A. B. Abstract: In this article, we will describe manifestations of dimensions of functions of IM, which were introduced by A. The model of A. A. 1. Vladimir D. Ex (from English experience ) – parameters of experience – characterization (description) of individual or personal (social) experience, gathered from point of birth and accumulated throughout a person's life time in process of making decisions and undertaking directive actions; Tm (from the English. Dimension of a function depends on its purpose (the task, role) in the structure of the model. Functions of model A have the following dimensions:

Relations between Psychological ("personality") Types Relations between Psychological ("personality") Types The analysis of intertype relations is an integral part of Socionics . Just by knowing the Psychological Types of two people allows one to forecast the major developments of their relationship. Socionics intertype relations describe relationship between Psychological Types of people and not between the actual people. People with incompatible Types have more problems with their relationship than people with compatible Types. Top 4 Socionics Intertype Relations by degree of comfort:(best compatibility for long-term interactions) Use the relationship calculator below to identify which intertype relations exist between which two Psychological Types. These relations are the most favourable and comfortable of all intertype relations providing complete psychological compatibility. These are relations of complete understanding between partners but with an inability to help each other. These relations are the easiest and quickest to start.

Interaction Styles Interaction Styles are groupings of the 16 types of the MBTI instrument of psychometrics and Jungian psychology. The Interaction Styles model was developed by Linda Berens, PhD, founder of the Temperament Research Institute. This model builds on David Keirsey's Temperament model and its subcategories, and is based on observable behavior patterns that are quite similar to David Merrill's "Social Styles" and William Moulton Marston's DiSC theory. Development[edit] Linda V. Berens, another doctor of Psychology and a former student of Keirsey, would also use a similar system, pairing the Interaction Styles (which were implicit in Keirsey's system) with both the temperaments and the cognitive processes. Comparison and cross-mapping with Keirseyan Temperament[edit] In addition to the E/I and Directing/Informing categories, there is also "Attention: Focus and Interest (Control/Movement)", which pairs the diametric opposite styles. The role of Thinking, Feeling, Judging and Perceiving[edit]

Ekaterina Filatova Ekaterina Filatova lives in St. Petersburg, Russia. She was one of the early Russian socionists and helped popularize socionics. Biography Ekaterina Filatova, born on 2.04.1938, obtained her education as a physicist, graduateing from the Physics Department of LGU as a candidate of physical and mathematical sciences. Filatova is the author of one of the most popular books in socionics by both the number of copies sold and by popularity among the readers. Filatova was also the first the start taking and collecting photographs of people that she has previously typed. In 2011, Filatova was awarded the title of doctor of philosophy in subject of socionics by the International Council of Socionics Research and Development. See also An INTP Profile by Paul James Original version: April 5, 1999 revised and published on the web: March 12, 2000 [ edited from the original at ] INTP is one of the 16 personality types defined in the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). I will assume that visitors to this page already have a basic knowledge of the MBTI system for I wish to concentrate on describing the INTP type as best I can. The descriptions below are based on personal experience combined with knowledge derived from other MBTI sources and I hope that other INTPs and non-INTPs alike may find some of this material illuminating. For a general introduction and overview of MBTI temperament analysis, visit Robert Winer's excellent resource at Gesher. INTPs are about 1% of the general population, making this one of the rarest of types. The consequences of the orientation and rank of each of the four functions for the INTP type is described in turn below. Dominant Function: Introverted Thinking Concluding Words

Socionics. Psychological types of famous people [Jung's typology, MBTI] Psychological types of famous people [Jung's typology, Socionics, MBTI] (version of the list with photos) Introduction into Socionics © Dmitri Lytov, Marianna Lytova, January 2005 First presented as Internet lectures to pedagogues and students of the St. Kliment Okhridsky University (Sofia, Bulgaria). Part 1—Part 2—Part 3 Let us try to understand what the 16 types look like in the real life. Jung considered the 4 criteria as “dead”, “disassembled” parts of the whole body called type. Jung used so-called FUNCTIONS, which in fact represent “active” combinations of certain dichotomies. The 8 Functions IRRATIONAL FUNCTIONS (sensing and intuition). Extraverted intuition is also called Intuition of Possibilities, or Intuition of Potential. This function is “responsible” for considering the world in all its possibilities and alternatives, in generalization of what is going on and developing new concepts. Bearers of this function are usually curious, full of ideas; they gladly look for new ideas in books, or make new interesting acquaintances. Examples: Pierre Richard, Fannie Ardan, Jeff Goldblum, Jamie Lee Curtis, Albert Einstein.

10 Buying Temperature Tactics to Create Attraction by The Asian Playboy PUA [UPDATE: This blog is no longer being updated. For the very best and very latest in my continuing (mis)adventures, techniques, results, and pictures, please go to my ABCs of Attraction Blog! Thanks and I'll see you on the other side! - JT] OK, as us Pick Up Artists (PUAs) should know, Buying Temperature is the woman's emotional receptivity and her level of general attraction to the PUA at a given time. (Note, that there is slight, but subtle difference between general attraction and sexual attraction. Anyways, Buying Temperature Game isn't necessarily the tighest game if that forms the cornerstone of your repoitoire (though it's awesome for pushing for one night stands). So I give you some common BT tactics. Let's get down to brass tacks: Magic - Mostly popularized by Mystery, it has the advantage of introducing that "Wow" factor. Also remember that BT Game should be considered within the context of the social setting as well as the girl herself. Related Posts

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