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Cognitive Functions Test

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Use the Jungian Cognitive Functions Test to figure out how your mind works

There are many personality tests out there, but this one is carefully coded and programmed to be highly accurate. Built by Erik Thor, who has more than a decade of experience studying the work of Carl Jung and experience with multiple forms of psychometrics, this test focuses on trying to predict your thinking patterns and how your brain works, or doesn't work. There are eight functions in total, and the functions predict how we process information and make decisions.

Carl Jung's Cognitive Function Test

Cognitive Functions Test

Cognitive Functions Test

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6 comments on “Cognitive Functions Test”

  1. The result doesn’t at all correlate with the cognitive functions. The order of functions in strength is Ne>Te>Ni>Ti>Fi>Fe>Se>Si and yet it claims my type is ISFP. It could be a malfunction but otherwise this test makes no sense and is inaccurate from what I can see

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    I had a hard time answering those questions, and in the end everything was pretty evened out. It told me I had 0 strength in feeling, which is totally incorrect.

    I know it's based on user error, so what I'm asking is: could you provide one or two _everyday_ examples for each of the questions, so I actually understand their meaning?

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