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3.convergingThese people are good at discovering actual use for ideas and theories. They can solve problems and make decisions by looking for problems and solutions. They are more attractedto technical tasks and issues than they are to human relationships.4.accommodatingThese people often rely on intuition rather than logic. They love to depend on others for information rather than on their own discovery. They like to use other people's result and they like to take a practical, empirical approach to solve problem.3b.This test shows that I prefer an accommodating learning style. I think it's true because I usually don't bother to think about problems that I don't understand. When I'm in a group discussion, I usually rely on others to get answers instead of thinking about solving problems myself. When I encounter new challenges, I will overcome them based on my previous experience. I will use my intuition to choose an answer when I don't know it in the exam. So I think I belong to this type of learning style.Reference1.Therapy, H. (n.d.). What is Machiavellianism in Psychology? Retrieved January 8, 2015, from
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