Introverted thinking

Good explanation of inductive vs deductive reasoning but I'm not sure I get the MBTI connection

Good explanation of inductive vs deductive reasoning but I'm not sure I get the MBTI connection.

INFJ. Why I never get anything done.

Me on my days off! (Btw- Ni=introverted intuition, Fe=extroverted feeling, Ti=introverted thinking, and Se=extroverted sensing)

Introverted thinking #INTP - This is me (INTP) and my dad (ISTP) -- explains both perfectly.

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Introverted thinking - This is me (INTP) and my dad (ISTP) -- explains both perfectly.>>I like the Sherlock quote!

The cognitive functions in order as shown: Extroverted intuition introverted intuition. Extroverted sensing introverted sensing. Extroverted thinking introverted thinking. Extroverted feeling introverted feeling.

The cognitive functions in order as shown: Ne = extroverted iNtuition Ni = introverted iNtuition Se= extroverted Sensing Si = introverted Sensing Te = extroverted Thinking Ti = introverted Thinking Fe = extroverted Feeling Fi = introverted Feeling

Introverted Thinking

Introverted Thinking

Introverted Thinking

Introverted Thinking

MBTI Cognitive Functions Note infographic is linking to Jungian types and prioritization of intakes

MBTI Cognitive Functions Note infographic is linking to Jungian types and prioritization of intakes. Link below for further info.

Introverted Thinking (Ti) is a function that is primarily used inward.  People with Introverted Thinking want the world to make sense in a logical manner. They form an internal framework of how the world works.

Introverted Thinking (Ti) is a function that is primarily used inward. People with Introverted Thinking want the world to make sense in a logical manner. They form an internal framework of how the world works.

Introverted Thinking (Ti) Problems: 17 Problems People With Introverted Thinking (Ti) Face

Introverted Thinking (Ti) Problems: 17 Problems People With Introverted Thinking (Ti) Face

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