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Personality types

Who is more cautious?

  • ENTP
  • INTP

Who thinks more counter-factually?

  • INFP
  • ISFP

Which types tend to be more interested in aesthetics?

  • ENFJ
  • ISFJ
  • ESTJ
  • INTP

Which type is the most interested in productivity?

  • ENTJ
  • ENFJ

Which type is more traditional?

  • ENFP
  • ESFP

Which type is more bold?

  • ESFJ
  • ISFJ

Which type is more goal-oriented?

  • ISTJ
  • ISTP

Which type is the most receptive to new information?

  • ENTP
  • ENTJ

What's the science behind each type?

What does each network do?

  • The task-positive network...
    Is involved in your conscious mechanical actions.
  • The default-mode network...
    Is involved in your self-reflection.
  • The top-down network...
    Is involved in independent thinking.
  • The bottom-up network...
    Is involved in your ability to listen to and respond to feedback from your five senses.

What's the consequence of a quick breakdown of dopamine?

  • You lose interest in an activity faster than others.
  • You maintain an interest in an activity for a too long time.

What's the consequence of few dopamine d2 receptors in striatum?

  • Your brain produces fewer warning signals and you become more bold.
  • Your brain produces more warning signals and you become more careful.

A thinker in Neojungian Typology has more activity in the...

  • Task-positive network
  • Default-mode network

Neojungian Typology believes intuitives prefer to use...

  • Frontopolar Network
  • Ventromedial prefrontal cortex

We believe an introvert has...

  • A high amount of striatal dopamine d2 receptors in striatum.
  • A low amount of striatal dopamine d2 receptors in striatum.
  • A medium amount of striatal dopamine d2 receptors in striatum.

A judging type has...

  • Slow breakdown and buildup of dopamine.
  • Fast breakdown and build up of dopamine.
  • Average speed of breakdown and build up of dopamine.

We believe a sensors has...

  • High activity in the ventromedial prefrontal cortex
  • High activity in the frontopolar network

A perceiving type has...

  • Slow breakdown and build up of dopamine.
  • Average speed of breakdown and build up of dopamine.
  • Fast breakdown and build up of dopamine.

A goal-flexible type has...

  • The Met/Met gene and a slow breakdown of dopamine.
  • The Val/Met gene and a medium fast breakdown of dopamine.
  • The Val/Val gene and a fast breakdown of dopamine.

A feeling type has...

  • A high activity in the default-mode network.
  • A high activity in the top-down network.

An ambivert has...

  • A high amount of striatal dopamine d2 receptors
  • A low amount of striatal dopamine d2 receptors
  • A medium high amount of striatal dopamine d2

Ethics

Is it important to let people have the final say on what type they identify most with?

  • Yes
  • No

Is it important to listen and ask people why they identify with the type they do?

  • Yes
  • No

Is one type significantly superior to other types?

  • Yes
  • No

Does your type make you better than other people?

  • Yes
  • No

Is it wise to bully people with different personality types than your own?

  • Yes
  • No

If a person lacks motivation and interest, it's better to...

  • Think about how to better accommodate their needs and interests.
  • Ask them to change their personality and interests to fit in with the group.