a external concrete peception "what is"; EXPERIENCE The experience
b internal concrete perception "what was"; RELIVE The experience; also internal physical senses
c exernal abstract perception "what could be"; CONCEIVE FROM The experience, exploring possibilities
d internal abstract perception "what will be" ANTICIPATE The experience; infer universal meaning
e external true/false judgment "What's efficient"; ORGANIZE The experience; agreed upon principles
f internal true/false judgment "What's underlying"; ANALYZE The experience; universal principles
g external good or bad standard of judgment "What's appropriate"; RELATE TO The experience; interpersonal values
h internal good or bad standard of judgment "What's important"; EVALUATE The experience; universal values
1. This is the process that has longest been my main approach to the world
2. This process is also very central to me, and is generally how I'm helpful to myself and others
3. This process is how I find relief, and am often playful and childish
4. This process may be very immature, but I deep down inside ultimately aspire to it. I often project my fears with it
5. This process often seems stupid, or like an attack when others use it. I use it to be stubborn and argumentative, or back up my lead process
6. I am often grumpy and cynical with this process. It nags at me, and when others use it, it makes it worse inside. I then use it to immobilize others.
7. This process makes me feel I am walking into a trap. I then use it to try to trick or double bind others, and also become comedic or clownish with it.
8. This process seems very destructive, or my undoing. It often erupts and imposes itself. It does restore some balance at times.
I don't really like this test.
The last answer doesn't even really apply to the last statement at all.