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    Default Which cognitive pattern model is correct?

    Which cognitive pattern model is correct?

    Ni Fe Si Te Se Ti Ne Fi

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    Ni Fe Ti Se Ne Fi Te Si

    I've seen both, and I'm guessing it's the first one, because that seems to make the most sense, especially with regard to Ps having P functions in the mental loop and J functions in the vital loop and vice versa.

    However, I find it bizarre that neither site mentioned the existence of the other model or felt the need to explain why that one was the correct one (I've been going off of the second model for months not knowing the first one even existed); and I was looking for someone to definitively set me straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackandthebeast View Post
    Which cognitive pattern model is correct?

    Ni Fe Si Te Se Ti Ne Fi

    or

    Ni Fe Ti Se Ne Fi Te Si

    I've seen both, and I'm guessing it's the first one, because that seems to make the most sense, especially with regard to Ps having P functions in the mental loop and J functions in the vital loop and vice versa.

    However, I find it bizarre that neither site mentioned the existence of the other model or felt the need to explain why that one was the correct one (I've been going off of the second model for months not knowing the first one even existed); and I was looking for someone to definitively set me straight.
    2nd one supposedly
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    Do you know of any websites that address why that one is correct as opposed to the other one?

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    I've never even seen the first one

    Are we talking about INFJs here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackandthebeast View Post
    (I've been going off of the second model for months not knowing the first one even existed); and I was looking for someone to definitively set me straight.
    Going off it for what?
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    No, I just used the patterns for the INFJ to show both of the models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Going off it for what?
    Because I identify as an IXFX, and I'm trying to get a more concrete understanding of what that means in terms of the functions. But going off of four cognitive patterns simultaneously is indefinite enough without having to wonder if the functional model you're using is the correct one.

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    seriously, where did you see the first one? I've never seen it, I don't know what it's representing.
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    Is the first one a socionics order, maybe?

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    I said it was from Wikisocion. Here:
    Model A - Wikisocion

    Or look at the Model A descriptions of the types, which was what I was looking at.

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