- Type: TiNe
- Development: l--l
- Attitude: Adaptive
np! and yes, model 2 will allow us to talk about mental processing in far more detailed manner, and actually get into cognition proper. things like space, time, memory, concept-formation, imagination, etc. all these are necessary to discuss in a theory of the mind, or in a real cognitive typology.
lately i’ve been feeling the contrast between how low-res old models are/were, and how non-cognitive they really are. barring perhaps some versions of socionics (but even then..) most theories are high-level behavioral, not really cognitive, because they don’t address how thoughts work, how they’re formed and so forth.
oh, i might write more about this on a different thread.