Monthly Archives: November 2013

Finding your personality type

Finding your personality type can have many positive effects on your life. In addition to become aware of destructive patterns in your behavior, you’ll also develop a greater understanding of how you live and learn and what type of activity … Continue reading

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Socionics: Intertype relations

Socionics has a system of intertype relations, which is based on how the cognitive functions and their place in the model interact between types. For instance an Fe dominant type and a Te dominant type may has issues cooperating due … Continue reading

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Putting people in little boxes

Carl Gustav Jung was an Austrian psychologist and former protegee of Sigmund Freud. He wrote a book entitled “Psychological types” (Jung, 1921) where he laid the groundwork for among others the Myers-Briggs type indicator , the KTS-II and Socionics. All … Continue reading

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Introduction

The goal for this blog is to document my various obsessions with fields of knowledge as they happen, some of the subjects may seem to have little connection, but in the end, they are all pieces in a large puzzle … Continue reading

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