The introspection illusion is a cognitive illusion in which people wrongly think they have direct insight into the origins of their mental states. In certain situations, this illusion leads to people making confident but false explanations of their own behavior or predictions about their future mental states. The illusion has been examined in a number of different psychological experiments, and suggested as a basis for other biases. These experiments have been interpreted as suggesting that, rather than offering direct access to the processes underlying mental states, introspection is a process of construction and inference, much as people indirectly infer others' mental states from their behavior.
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Comment: I agree. My introspection (External Intuition) is my observations of the Others and Political reality. Internal (introverted) Intuition is unfathomable to me.
For the INTP this is Critical Parent Shadow Process:
Foreseeing implications, transformations, and likely effects
However, it is the Devil process for the Hamster ISFJ, Dogmatic ISTJ.
Leading process for the Deputy INTJ, Designer ISFJ.