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A Little Bit of Personality: The Cognition Process in Stick Figures

A Little Bit of Personality: The Cognition Process in Stick Figures

Cognition - Step One | A Little Bit of Personality: The Cognition Process in Stick Figures | #MBTI

Cognition - Step One | A Little Bit of Personality: The Cognition Process in Stick Figures | #MBTI

A Little Bit of Personality: Cognition - The Super Simple Series! | Part 1: Cognition and the Four Types of Information

A Little Bit of Personality: Cognition - The Super Simple Series! | Part 1: Cognition and the Four Types of Information

A Little Bit of Personality: The Cognition Process in Stick Figures

A Little Bit of Personality: The Cognition Process in Stick Figures

The Judging half of the cognition process is made up of Principles & Trends, and Actions & Consequences.  Judging focuses on plans of action and how the world and consequences interact.  #Judgers (J) use this half of the cognition process first.

The Judging half of the cognition process is made up of Principles & Trends, and Actions & Consequences. Judging focuses on plans of action and how the world and consequences interact. #Judgers (J) use this half of the cognition process first.

Functions are the means, the tools, we use to take in information....from...A Little Bit of Personality: Cognition - The Super Simple Series!

Functions are the means, the tools, we use to take in information....from...A Little Bit of Personality: Cognition - The Super Simple Series!

Finally!!! A reasonable explanation for "Feelers" and "Thinkers" ------ "And no, despite what the internet may tell you, in all its wisdom, Feelers are not any more emotional or kind and Thinkers are not any more logical or hard.   The definition that holds up repeatably and consistently in practice is when a person prioritizes use or meaning in their cognition process."  quoted from ALittleBitofPersonality.com

Finally!!! A reasonable explanation for "Feelers" and "Thinkers" ------ "And no, despite what the internet may tell you, in all its wisdom, Feelers are not any more emotional or kind and Thinkers are not any more logical or hard. The definition that holds up repeatably and consistently in practice is when a person prioritizes use or meaning in their cognition process." quoted from ALittleBitofPersonality.com

A Little Bit of Personality: Cognition - The Super Simple Series! | Part 3: Cognition Steps and the Anatomy of the Cognition Process

A Little Bit of Personality: Cognition - The Super Simple Series! | Part 3: Cognition Steps and the Anatomy of the Cognition Process

A Little Bit of Personality: Cognition - The Super Simple Series! | Part 3: Cognition Steps and the Anatomy of the Cognition Process

A Little Bit of Personality: Cognition - The Super Simple Series! | Part 3: Cognition Steps and the Anatomy of the Cognition Process

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