This survey is meant to collect general statistical data about MLCers. The data can be used to answer a variety of questions such as differences in age ranges or static types and how they may affect MLC specific (energy or contact) types.
I request specific dates because the sytem can use them for more precise and automatic calculations. If you cannot recall precise dates, pick the closest you can or give the month and year or even the season and year.
I have provided links to articles where some of the types are defined if you need to review them in order to answer the questions.
Jungian/Myers Brigg Typology
Methods for feeling and directing energy.
Introversion [I]: Thought-oriented, directing energy inward toward concepts and ideas; energized through reflection. Think before acting. Prefers qualitative interactions.
Extraversion [E]: Action-oriented, directing energy outward toward people and objects; energized through action. Act first. Prefers quantitative interactions.
Methods for perceiving and interpreting reality and methods for responding to reality.
Methods for gathering and interpreting data. Experience resulting from internal and external stimuli rather than reason; how a person interprets data and experiences.
Sensing [S]: Obtains data through the five senses. Objective, an outward orientation to physical reality relating to physical stimuli and tangible reality—perception through the sense-organs. Observant, trusting factual data gathered through the five senses. The data is the meaning.
Intuition [N]: Obtains data through internal thought and reflection. Subjective, an inward orientation to psychic reality—perception in the absence of physical cause. Introspective, reflecting and focusing on the internal world, trusting theoretical and abstract data in relational associations with other data, interested in possibilities. Finds meaning in patterns and theory.
Methods for responding to data. Experience resulting from mental activity, reason and judgment; how a person evaluates and processes data and experiences for use in decision-making.
Thinking [T]: Detached evaluation based on rules and organization of ideas—deductive reasoning, concerned with truth or fallacy.
Feeling [F]: Associative evaluation, concerned with balance and harmony, not to be confused with emotions. Value determination of like or dislike based on good or bad feelings.
Refers to the primary preference of either the perception or judging functions when in an extraverted attitude.
Judging [J]: Prefers the dominant perceiving function (Sensing or Intuition) when in an extraverted attitude.
Perceiving [P]: Prefers the dominant judging function (Thinking or Feeling) when in an extraverted attitude.
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