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Type Talk



Extraversion (E)

Prefer to direct their attention toward the external world of people and activity. Extraverts:

Introversion (I)

Prefer to work independently or with one or two others and direct their attention toward the internal world of ideas, images, and memories. Introverts:

Sensing (S)

Pay most attention to the facts. Sensors:

Intuition (N)

Pay most attention to the meaning behind the facts. Intuitives:

Thinking (T)

Use truth or principle in making decisions. Thinkers:

Feeling (F)

Consider other people's feelings in making decisions. Feelers:

Judging (J)

Tend to make up their mind about things rather than respond to new information, even if that information might cause them to change their decision. Judgers:

Perceiving (P)

Tend to keep collecting new information rather than making judgements about things. Perceivers:



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