In brief, the Cognitive Type (CT) research project is an investigation into what elements of a person’s psychology can be reliably predicted by the analysis of facial expressions, body mannerisms, voice tone and gesticulation styles. The discernment of psychology through these face/body expressions is called vultology, and in our research we have found roughly 110 […]Continue reading "What really is Cognitive Type?"
Recent advances in neuroscience are confirming hypotheses first posited by the early psychoanalysts of the 20th century (Freud, Jung, Adler) pertaining to how the aspect of our mind that we identify as the “self” or “I” plays only a minor role in the overall creation and direction of our brain functioning and thoughts/actions. Studies have […]Continue reading "Why we’re not the Best Judges of Ourselves"
We’ve all heard it said at some point in our lives “don’t judge a book by it’s cover”, but what does that truly mean? Are we to never infer anything about a person from their exterior? Is that a plausible suggestion to make? Should we deny ourselves of this source of information and depend only […]Continue reading "“Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover”"
How intrinsic is type? How much of “you” are you born with and how much is shaped or created by the environment? More importantly, if you had been born in a different life, with a different environment, would your type have changed? Might your functions have shifted? Might their order be different? A recent pilot […]Continue reading "How Intrinsic Is Type?"