Time to introduce good ol’ FUNCTION STACKING!
As I learned about the MBTI, I understood the basic concepts of I/E, S/N, F/T, and P/J. But when I heard people talking about their “Introverted Sensing” or “Ti” I got confused and did not understand what they were talking about. This is why grasping the concept of “functions” is very important. Its a deeper layer of understanding the 16 types.
Psychologist Carl Jung discovered that everyone has 8 functions, and these functions are displayed differently in each individual. Each personality type has a dominant function (our strongest and most natural function), and an auxiliary function (our second strongest function that supports our dominant function). The 3rd (tertiary) and 4th (inferior) functions are developed later in life, and represent areas where we are challenged.The 8 Cognitive functions are very important to understand when learning about the 16 different personality types. Although it seems that the only difference between two different personality types can be just one letter, this one letter can completely change the order of a person’s dominant functions and how they are presented in their personality.
I hope the charts and explanations help you understand functions and their orders. I will be referring to them in future posts so I thought I’d try to clarify functions first, since I struggled understanding them in the past.
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