The cognitive functions of MBTI are the foundational building blocks you should know if you want to master yourself & understand others. Here’s all 8…
MBTI Cognitive Functions
Extroverted sensing, or Se, is an extroverted observing function closely linked with “living in the moment” and the practical applications of physics.
Introverted Sensing, or “Si” for short, is a cognitive function directly related to an individual’s experience in the world. Oddly enough, this function also heavily relates to the long term memory and the past of an individual or collective. Furthermore, the function is tied to discipline, endurance, and patience. Si is an observing function, meaning
Fe is social awareness, ethics, and empathy. Fe users are friendly, outgoing, caring and have a good grasp of trends. Do you have extroverted feeling?
Fi, or introverted feeling, is an individual’s personal sense of right and wrong. An Fi user seeks to develop their own moral compass to guide them throughout their lives, are you one of them?
Do you have extroverted or introverted thinking? Find out the difference and which is considered the “genius” function of the thinking types!
Extroverted intuition is one of the most obscure & mystical cognitive functions. Only 8 of 16 personality types have it. Let’s explore what it means!
Introverted intuition or Ni as it’s referred to in MBTI & Socionics refers to a person’s Determination, Desire, & Focused Intent. Do you have it or know someone who does?
Extroverted Thinking or Te for short, is an extroverted judging function that values consensus, status, & “common sense”. Are you a Te user? Find Out!