Cognitive Function Stack
THE COGNITIVE FUNCTION STACK. You might have heard about the eight cognitive functions studied by Carl Jung. Perhaps you find the cognitive functions complicated and hard to understand? In this article, I will break down the dominant function, auxiliary function, tertiary function and inferior function for you in the most simple of terms.
The biggest misconception about the cognitive function stack is that it’s about how often you use a cognitive function. That’s not it at all. The use of the cognitive functions varies from person to person and can be widely different even for two people with the same personality type. The stack explains how each cognitive function feels and how to use it.
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes
Table of contents
- What are the cognitive functions?
- The Cognitive Function Stack
- The Personality Types &
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