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    Unknown Personality

    Do collective psychology and history explains the specific properties INFJ?

    I found it quite interesting presentation explaining it http://slideplayer.com/slide/5883018/

    In short conclusions:

    1. The part of the emotion and empathy is the same for all people
    2. but some emotion and empathy depends on culture
    3. generally associated with high level / low internal energy
    eg http://images.slideplayer.com/23/657...s/slide_25.jpg

    4. INFJ traits indicate a collective perception of errors characteristic of societies in Asia ..
    5. INFJ are extremely stubborn and excelled - explanation in the presentation

    eg: Self-Serving Attributions Why do we make self-serving attributions? 1.Most people try to maintain their self-esteem whenever possible, even if that means distorting reality by changing a thought or belief. We are particularly likely to engage in self-serving attributions when we fail at something and we feel we can’t improve at it. The external attribution truly protects our self- esteem, as there is little hope we can do better in the future. But if we believe we can improve, we’re more likely to attribute our current failure to internal causes and then work on improving.

    Members of collectivist cultures are more sensitive to situational causes of behavior and more likely to rely on situational explanations, as long as situational variables are salient.

    etc
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    Therefore, when situational information is not sufficiently taken into account for adjustment, the uncorrected dispositional inference creates the fundamental attribution error. This would also explain why people commit the fundamental attribution error to a greater degree when they're under cognitive load ie when they have less motivation or energy for processing the situational information.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fundam...ribution_error

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_cognitive_biases

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Na%C3%...8psychology%29

    This does not bode well for INFJ..

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    INFJ

    Does lousness explain fabi? Are the B and F inverted? What really happened in that C & C thread on August 8th? Do you lock your windows?

    Be seeing you...

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    Unknown Personality

    Do collective psychology and history explains the specific properties INFJ?

    This theory is much more scientific than MBTI and fits more to INFJ ..

    explains why INFJ avoid ekstramalnie micro conflicts and how to get the vital energy in such a situation

    These are reasons beyond INFJ

    is indicated that the INFJ usually enjoy external stimuli such as music and have problems tendency to go to sleep late .. (a bit busier than other people, at least in Europe)?

    in short, for those who do not want to read.. it all

    http://image.slidesharecdn.com/lectu...?cb=1222832069

    http://image.slidesharecdn.com/lectu...?cb=1222832069

    http://image.slidesharecdn.com/lectu...?cb=1222832069

    http://image.slidesharecdn.com/lectu...?cb=1222832069
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    What are ekstramalnie micro conflicts?
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    I can not now find this link, but it was just that eg. a woman does ship with paper, put to sea .. but a wave washes away the ship .. woman wants to get the ship but is afraid to wave ... that created micro - conflict ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabi View Post
    I can not now find this link, but it was just that eg. a woman does ship with paper, put to sea .. but a wave washes away the ship .. woman wants to get the ship but is afraid to wave ... that created micro - conflict ..
    What about that situation makes it particularly 'micro'
    What would the difference be between 'micro' and not 'micro' , using that example

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    Unknown Personality

    Micro is a conflict on an unconscious level .. conflicting attitudes which do not even know .. is a mistake unconscious, it means that without the knowledge of the outside never the same people about it does not know .. they will die unaware

    conflict macro is aware of how the slam doors INFJ, or the Second World War .. INFJ can not live in conflict conscious because they have micro-conflicts probably unconscious

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    Unknown Personality

    Micro conflict is like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microcredit

    a macro conflict like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United...housing_bubble

    I found that INFJ may have trouble sleeping (sleeping at other times than ordinary people), which is associated with cognitive energy? second voltage drop, power and energy balance while listening to music?

    for me an example of micro conflict is of 2:00 minutes

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    Wouldn't everyone have micro and macro conflicts?

    Not all conflicts that INFJs have are micro-conflicts, or unconscious conflicts they're not aware of. We all have conflicts that we are perfectly aware of.

    Also I have trouble sleeping, but I think that's a genetic thing I got from my Mom.


     
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