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Function-based Typology 101

By Tiffani Warren I recently spent a bit of time with Michael Pierce and Carl Jung’s work, so I thought I’d write out my present understanding of each function. Please keep in mind that these are my personal interpretations and shouldn’t be regarded as definitive. I warmly welcome other interested parties to share how their understanding and interpretations of the functions match up with and differ from my own. That said, here is my personal understanding, as of this point in time! *** So the functions tell about how you cognitively interact with the world. There are two main types of…

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A Personal Take on Beebe’s Eight Function Model

By Tiffani Warren So the reason you have four main function preferences is because each function can only be introverted or extroverted, but neither at the same time. I find Ne/Ni the best example of this – Ne focuses on seeing all of the possibilities and theories and meanings, and Ni focuses on finding the one, most likely possibility and the one, most correct theory or meaning. You cannot try to come up with as many ideas as possible, and also at the same time try to narrow them down to the one correct idea. So in that way they…

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