How these 16 Personality Types interact with each other is described in the "In Relationships" section.
Instincts and Myers Briggs Theory Project Evolove's Instincts determine two people's compatibility while Myers-Briggs determines their day-to-day interactions.
Decision-making The Feeling preference makes a decision based on ethics, taking into account how it affects other people.
The Thinking preference makes decisions based on how it solves a problem or performs a function.
Personality based on Perception and Decision-making The 4 most dominant functions determine the person's Personality Type.The colloquial meanings of these terms differ somewhat from the technical Myers-Briggs definitions, as most people mistakenly equate Extraversion to popularity or likeability. An Intuitive would see the abstract meanings, the movement, and the trends behind objects and events. A Feeler would form conclusions based on their values, taking into account other people's feelings and subjectivity.Surgeons and accountants are likely Sensors, while philosophers and research scientists are likely Intuitives. A Thinker would form conclusions based on their objective logic, focusing on the task rather than people.Our Personality reconciles our Instincts with the outside world. Project Evolove's psychology has its basis in Myers-Briggs Theory. Intuition (N) This is how a person perceives what is happening.There are 16 Personality Types, expressed by 4 dichotomies. Introversion (I) Extraversion means that energy is derived from the outside world while Introversion means that energy is derived from within the self. A Sensor would see the physical, the facts, and the static relationships of objects and events.