How Your Dominant Cognitive Function Influences Your Relationship

Understanding Personality Differences In Your Relationship — Part 2
(Romantic Type Pairings Mini-Course Part 2 of 4)

Watch video training #2 of your “Understanding Personality Differences In Your Relationship” course (below) and then stay tuned to your inbox to get the rest of the course.



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Compare Your Cognitive Functions With Your Partner

There are eight mental processes (technically called “cognitive functions”) in the Myers-Briggs system.

Four help us learn new information, four help us make decisions.

Personality Hacker has assigned nicknames to these processes to make them easier to understand. They are:

Learning processes

  • Introverted iNtuition – “Perspectives”
  • Extraverted iNtuition – “Exploration”
  • Introverted Sensing – “Memory”
  • Extraverted Sensing – “Sensation”

Decision-making processes

  • Introverted Thinking – “Accuracy”
  • Extraverted Thinking – “Effectiveness”
  • Introverted Feeling – “Authenticity”
  • Extraverted Feeling – “Harmony”

Watch this video and then see if you and your partner can identify your dominant (Driver) cognitive function.

The cognitive functions are a great starting point for understanding your dynamics as a couple.

As we continue this mini-course, we will go deeper into the loops of behavior and mental fixations that also impact how type shows up for you and your partner.

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