The Four Dichotomies

  • How We Make Decisions: Believing (T) – Feeling (F)
  • How We Take in Information: Sensing (S) – Intuition (N)
  • Where We Direct our Strength: Extraversion (E) – Introversion (I)
  • The Way We Organize Ourselves and the World around Us: Patches (J) – Perceiving (P)

People base their decisions mainly. They concentrate on the effect their decisions have on people and their feelings, and they have been good at understanding the others. Their behavior may seem overly emotional and irrational.

People who prefer Extraversion focus their attention on the outside world of things, people, and events. They are regarded as favorable skilled, and simple to understand. They derive energy from being with people. As they speak, typically they do their thinking.

In Accordance with the MBTI® you will find four pairs of opposite tastes called dichotomies: Intuition is about “the big picture”, the significance and connection to the very first information. People with a taste for Intuition can be abstract and enjoy theory and concepts. On average they consider the overall design to know the way the parts that are single give rise to the whole.

Thinking people make their decisions primarily based on logic that is impersonal, and are good in analyzing and solving problems. They concentrate on tasks as opposed to on relationships. They may seem cold or detached to people who have a preference.

People who have a taste for Introversion focus their energy and attention over the inner realm of thoughts, thoughts and reflections. They’re generally quite and perceived tougher to know and as booked. They re charge their batteries being in their possesses. They require some time for you to gather their thoughts before they speak.

Sensing identifies taking primarily hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting, and touching. People who have a preference for Sensing listen to details and facts. They would like to understand the parts to grasp the overall design. Sensing folks are practical and realistic.

People preferring Judging like to have the world organized and orderly. They are inclined to produce plans and stick with them. They have been crucial and also like to own things. Sometimes they may seem rigid and stiff to types.

People who have a preference for Perceiving prefer to explore the world rather than organizing it. They have been elastic and impulsive. They prefer to collect information and leave open. This might come around people that are irresponsible to novices and as disorganized.