Our 3-year-old cognitive function is often referred to as our blind spot. But like any toddler, if you ignore it you'll have a problem on your hands. This article explores some of the things we [...]
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When you seek out direct feedback, you have a greater ability to enhance the best parts of you. And in turn, you’ll start seeing the best in others.
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To get inside the experience of an ISFJ, it’s important to understand their relationship to the world and to time.
In this episode Joel and Antonia answer a question about how a feeler man can romance a thinker woman.
In this episode Joel and Antonia answer a question about how to determine if your dominant cognitive function is developed.
Each of the 4 learning styles (or, 'perceiving' cognitive functions) have a healthy and unhealthy expression. What do they look like when 'behaving badly'?
In this episode Joel and Antonia answer a question about cognitive function positions and how they affect personality.
This is an article written for Myers-Briggs geeks to understand why we chose specific nicknames for the eight cognitive functions. To understand why we call Myers-Briggs “Genius [...]
If you are not familiar with Jungian cognitive functions, please reference “Personality Development Tools: The Car Model” to familiarize yourself with cognitive functions and how they [...]