Notes on Behaviorism Profiles Cognitive Typology is not a behavioral model. However, the effects of the core metabolic processes, when scaled up to a macro-level, will commonly lead to statistical trends in behavior among people. None of these behaviors are absolutely necessary to have for someone to possess a given cognitive process. And inversely, the […]Continue reading "Notes on Behaviorism"
The Arcane Series This series is an exploration into the intersection between cognitive typology, psychoanalysis and spirituality. It is not possible to have a complete theory of the human psyche while omitting mythology, religion and spirituality from the equation. When we address the matters of the deeper psyche, the labcoat must be hung, the shoes […]Continue reading "Arcane Series"
Differences in Male & Females When attempting to construct a theory on the diversity between humans, it is necessary to also consider that studies have confirmed that biological sex creates psychological differences among individuals. Therefore two individuals of the same cognitive type and even the same development will still differ from each other by the […]Continue reading "Male & Female Psychology"
Healthy & Unhealthy Psychology The word “submerged” refers to the psychological state of being involuntarily weighed down by the bowels of the unconscious, whether through archetypes, symbols or dreams. It is a state in which the mind is battling against certain contents and the energies of the individual are driven to address this internal narrative. […]Continue reading "The Types When Submerged"
Attitudes of the Heart This section is in need of revision. To read more about the discussion, visit: https://cognitivetype.com/forums/topic/upcoming-changes-to-fi-ti-and-f-attitudes/ The heart, in this context, is the psychological nature of the emotional register as rooted in the limbic system and rest of the body. We each have a heart, and what that means is that we […]Continue reading "Attitudes of the Heart"
Development Levels Development levels refers to the level of consciousness of each of the four functions within a person, with “l” being used to designate fully conscious and “-” used to designate subconscious or unconscious. We have found that there is variation even within the same type as to how much the lower three functions […]Continue reading "8 Development Levels"
Qualia of Conductor & Reviser Types Reviser Reviser Energy: Doubtful, Amorphous, Adaptive The energy of reviser functions (Ji+Pe) will be flexible, ever-shifting and open to real-time impressions. It will give the body a quality of receptiveness and reactivity, as if they are the “follow” to the “lead” in a ballroom dance. Like all people, revisers […]Continue reading "Conductor & Reviser Types"
Delta Overview Note: This article is due for a refresh; some information may be outdated. Delta types are those with Fi-Te & Ne-Si as their oscillation pairs. We have seen that among all delta types run themes of quirkiness and nerdiness. Whether it’s in the form of the eccentric nerd, the walking encyclopedia, the unsocial […]Continue reading "Delta Types"
Gamma Overview Note: This article is due for a refresh; some information may be outdated. Gamma types are those with Fi-Te & Se-Ni as their oscillation pairs. The four gamma types share an opposite orientation toward society and culture. While the alpha and beta types advocate a culture with a decent degree of uniformity, the […]Continue reading "Gamma Types"
Beta Overview Note: This article is due for a refresh; some information may be outdated. Beta types are those with Ti-Fe & Se-Ni as their oscillation pairs. Beta types often develop as smoothtalkers and persuaders. From the articulate and empathic FeNi, to the hypnotic NiFe, to the affable SeTi and the cool geek TiSe, we […]Continue reading "Beta Types"