PT3: CT Methodology vs Jungian Typologies

In this article we’ll discuss where exactly CT stands in relation to all other psychometric and typological systems, as well as how it approaches its methodology & research. The Problem of Psychometrics Psychometric systems select the categories they wish to highlight, build conceptual definitions for those categories, then sort people according to those definitions. Examples of psychometric architectures are the …

Why MBTI Mistypes Everyone

Before we begin this topic we must define “What is a mistype?” Cognitive Type and MBTI are two separate systems, and therefore the two typing systems may not always cross over, so that being a type in one may have no correlation to any given type in the other. We can rightly say that it’s possible to be INFP in …

Si: Metabolism, Vultology, Behaviorism, Mythology

This page is dedicated to describing Si the information metabolism process. We’ll be discussing how, by consequence of its cognitive operation, vultological and behavioral effects necessarily manifest as well as a psychological myth that often permeates one’s life. Energetics Pi Category Conductor General Attitudes: Introverted, Sensing, Perception Metabolism This summary is still being written. For a full description of Si’s …

X-1: Flat Affect

Visual Description: This signal is defined by a heaviness falling over the eyes/brow, distinct from Pi/Ni/Si. While Ni’s signal looks cunning, and retains an animation to the eyes, in the flat affect the eyes lose all magic or life. The corners of the lips are continually being pulled downward, and the cheeks also experience some atrophy. Talking often comes out …

Ek-7: Contempt

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Ek-6: Disgust

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Ek-5: Surprise

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Ek-4: Anger

Visual Description The eyebrow becomes contracted into a scowl and scrunches down on the eyes. The person glares at their subject. The lips become tightened against each other, making a “pout” expression (or at times remain open and taking on a sneer, as in image #2) Psychological Description This signal indicates an internal experience of anger, aggression or disapproval. It’s …

Ek-3: Fear

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Ek-2: Sadness

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