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    Default Excellent Comparison of Introverted and Extraverted Jungian Cognitive Functions

    I came across this gem of a summary tonight on the Comparison of the Introverted and Extraverted Forms of the Jungian Cognitive Functions

    Introverted Feeling vs. Extraverted Feeling
    Introverted Sensing vs. Extraverted Sensing
    Introverted Intuition vs. Extraverted Intuition
    Introverted Thinking vs. Extraverted Thinking

    and thought it would be worth sharing.

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    Anamolic Amalgamation Forever's Avatar
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    Yeah, it's pretty much from the Gifts Differing book I have.

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    Thanks @highlander. This is great!
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