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    ESFJ - The Caregivers

    MBTI on a quadrant graph

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    For those who want a different approach to memorizing the cognitive functions
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Well, that's certainly a godawful mess.

    I'd say part of your problem is that you've used Keirsey's famous four subgroups for the quadrants — well, sort of, maybe, if I'm reading your diagram correctly — and those subgroups don't overlap with Jung's functions in any kind of neat way. (Keirsey pretty much scoffed at the functions — and good for him, say at least a few of us.)

    My second comment would be that Jung himself actually divided his functions into four quadrants, but his first cut was extraversion/introversion and his second cut was rational/irrational. So Jung's four quadrants were the extraverted rational types (Te-doms & Fe-doms), the extraverted irrational types (Se-doms & Ne-doms), the introverted rational types (Ti-doms & Fi-doms) and the introverted irrational types (Si-doms & Ni-doms).
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    ESFJ - The Caregivers

    I should have probably not posted in the cognitive function forum, now that I think about it, considering that I kind of combine Keirsey, Jung, the MBTI, etc. into one collective understanding of the personality in my head. I suppose I piece it all together by comparing similarities/differences and forming an all-inclusive picture. It's the devil child of several theories, that quite a few people on the forums don't really realize they combine themselves.

    It was mostly for fun though, helping my brother with math and then connected it to the four temperaments.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    You should try socionics. Types are also arranged into quadras and make more sense than Keirsey's subgroupings, which by the way inspired SJ hate where it is not needed.

    The pattern is simple. Make two axes of TiFe vs TeFi and SiNe vs NiSe.
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    Unknown Personality

    For memorizing the functions I find categorizing the types into SJ (Si/Ne), SP (Se/Ni), NJ (Ni/Se), NP (Ne/Si) much easier as the perceiving functions will be the same within each group. Then categorizing into FJ (Fe/Ti), FP (Fi/Te), TJ (Te/Fi), TP (Ti/Fe) for the judging functions.
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    Unknown Personality

    Quote Originally Posted by rd93 View Post
    grrr.jpg

    For those who want a different approach to memorizing the cognitive functions
    Funny stuff! =D
    A picture like that can't hurt.
    Maybe I will realize something from it. ;)
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    ISFP - The Artists

    I like that the image is called "grrrrr".
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by firedell View Post
    I like that the image is called "grrrrr".
    It's "grrrr" for "grrrraph", I think.
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    Unknown Personality

    Quote Originally Posted by firedell View Post
    I like that the image is called "grrrrr".
    Didn't notice that. XD
    Great little detail. :)
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    ESFJ - The Caregivers

    Quote Originally Posted by Flatlander View Post
    It's "grrrr" for "grrrraph", I think.
    grrrr for "I can't post this as buttz.jpg so let me improvise"
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