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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
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    "Working memory" is only short-term memory. Are you saying this has something to do with introverted sensation? There is also an anticipatory mechanism in the brain. But it's a stretch to say that these have anything to do with functions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    "Working memory" is only short-term memory. Are you saying this has something to do with introverted sensation? There is also an anticipatory mechanism in the brain. But it's a stretch to say that these have anything to do with functions.
    I told i cba to educate you with this as its such an complicated thing, look up some studies about cognitive processes of cerebellum, its reasonably new discovery, so there isnt too much info around and some early studies might not cover all essential things, but you should find some interesting things if you google. I know what working memory is and im not saying that it has anything more to do with Si than it does with Ti or other functions that are being directed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    I told i cba to educate you with this as its such an complicated thing, look up some studies about cognitive processes of cerebellum, its reasonably new discovery, so there isnt too much info around and some early studies might not cover all essential things, but you should find some interesting things if you google. I know what working memory is and im not saying that it has anything more to do with Si than it does with Ti or other functions that are being directed.
    All you say is cba cba cba. So I doubt that there is anything out there and I cba to waste further time with researching this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    All you say is cba cba cba. So I doubt that there is anything out there and I cba to waste further time with researching this.
    Not my problem. If you are not interested, then dont research
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