Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Introverted Thinking (Ti) – Cognitive Functions

What Is It?

Introverted Thinking (Ti) is an internal “compass” judgment function that allows us to make decisions based upon internal, subjective logical deductions.

Who uses it?

  • As a dominant function (most stimulated by) – ISTP, INTP
  • As a auxiliary function (supporting the dominant function) – ESTP, ENTP
  • As a tertiary function – INFJ, ISFJ
  • As an inferior function (most drained by) – ESFJ, ENFJ

What are it's characteristics and themes?

  • Precision
  • Clarity
  • Dispassionate
  • Analytic
  • Diagnostic
  • Calibration

For more about the cognitive functions and how to further develop their use check out Functions of Type: Activities for Developing the Eight Jungian Functions 

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