Intuitors n issue information preference sensors

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Sensors (S) vs. Intuitors (N) Issue: Information Preference: Sensors: Learn through five senses Seek facts, details & rely on past experiences Intuitors: Look for big picture Focus: possibilities, theories & global perspectives
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Sensors (S) vs. Intuitors (N) Prefer to do Prefer to wonder Realistic and practical Imaginative Informed by senses Informed by concepts Want empirical data Want theory Trust facts and figures Trust hunches Use learned skills Imagine new skills Want details Love the big picture Impatient with complexity Bored by detail, enjoy complexity Deal in specific answers Sketch answers Read books front to back Think of several things at once
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In Communication with Sensors: Think or use outline Show facts and evidence Use a well supported plan Be orderly Show future connecting to past
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In Communication with Intuitors: Give main idea or general scheme first Don’t give too many details Have a vision Don’t demean “the dream” Show resultant possibilities of your ideas Intuitors – remember to finish your sentences!!!
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Thinkers (T) vs. Feelers (F)
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Thinkers (T) vs. Feelers (F) Issue: How do I make Decisions? Preference: Thinkers: Strive to make decisions logically Feelers: Depend on values and feelings for self & others
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Thinkers (T) vs. Feelers (F) Use logic Use feelings Strive to find proof Respond from the heart Calm and objective Motivated by feelings Truth and fairness over like me Like being liked Independent Cooperative Often oblivious to feelings
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